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The problem with "Proficient Motorcycling" is that it will only convince those mature enough to understand the precautions, dangers and survival techniques involved in motorcycling. Most of the advice in these 300-or-so pages is pretty much obvious stuff to anyone who isn't particularly suicidal : do not drink and drive, slow down at night or when you can't see what's ahead, wear protective gear in the rain, take frequent rests, adapt your speed to your skill level. Nothing that a gung-ho 20 year-old with a Suzuki GSXR will ever listen to, and nothing that a beginner but responsible motorcyclist won't figure out by him or herself.
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