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TWIST OF THE WRIST II DVD DVD – 1 Jan 2011

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  • DVD: 1 pages
  • Publisher: Unknown; DVD edition (1 Jan. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0965045072
  • ISBN-13: 978-0965045070
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 13.7 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
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More indispensable riding wisdom from famed motorcycle expert Keith Code. Featured in this DVD are precision techniques for steering, visual skills, braking, cornering, body position, throttle control and more. From canyon roads to track, Code's techniques are fully laid out using multiple camera angles, on-board shots and computer animation in 109 minutes of spectacular high-definition foootage. If you're a rider who wants to maximise his skills, this one's for you!


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I've applied what I've learned from the video and it really has improved my riding skills and I consider myself a good fast rider. The main points are re-interacted and explained very clearly. Even the science is made clear which gave me the extra confidence to apply the techniques. The only downside, which actually made it comical and my girlfriend cringe, was the terrible acting of the two stooges who were used to apply and question the techniques on there journey to be better bikers.Will be watching it again before biking season starts again next year.
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A must watch for all motorbike riders. Fundamentals on how to handle your bike. The skills learned will make you a better rider, and may even save your like.

Much better production than the first series. Though both have amazing info for all riders to learn.
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Remember, this DVD is not for teaching you how to ride. In my case all I need is one or two tips to make something worthwhile. This DVD reminded my to think more about my throttle control and that was enough for me. The acting didn't bother me really. Well worth it if all you need is a few reminders and tips.
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Brillant for anyone into bikes or riding on the track.
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It's getting on a bit but the content within is evergreen.

Physics doesn't really change and the fundamentals are all here. Go faster by being smoother and safer.

Lots of useful stuff you can bring over to the road too.
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..its done." Well, I never realised." "Aaaahh. Yes of course." "Say that again." "I see. I understand that." "What about...yeah, I get it." These are just a few of the thoughts I remember thinking as I watched and learned from the DVD. All the typical errors I was conscious of, and quite a few I wasn't, were highlighted and then given simple, easy to understand explanations to the causes of these shortcomings in my riding. Followed by the, equally easy to understand, techniques used to overcome these errors and result in my own cornering improvements. Brilliant. Essential viewing, and re-viewing, for every motorcyclist.
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Keith Code has long been known as a riding guru, having worked with many of the best riders in all classes of motorcycle racing.

What has not always been obvious is how the technology of riding was just as applicable to road riders, as to world class racers searching for hundredths of a second savings.

This extremely well put together DVD, with a clear voiceover from MotoGP's Julian, is so easy to watch yet is packed with the best riding advice that you will ever find. Keith goes further than telling you "don't do this, do that" and explains what a motorbike really wants from a rider and therefore, how you go about getting the best from your bike.

Forget trying to adjust your suspension or buying the latest go-faster goodies, invest in yourself and your own riding skill set first.
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After returning to motorcycling in my 50 something, I wanted to be able to ride comfortably 'making progress' & capably too as a Brands Hatch track day was on my agenda the following year. Technology had moved on considerably in my 30 year absence and with my steed of choice being an Aprilia Falco 998cc V-Twin it was like learning to ride all over again. A twist of the wrist II provided all I needed and more and made the learning experience very 'real' and relevant with all the answers for a new, returning, or even seasoned bike rider could ever need. The whole cornering 'mystique' is removed and demonstrates, in everyday language, how to corner with confidence. It covers so much more too like why we fail to 'make that bend' which all makes sense once it's been said. How did Brands go after a year with this book - let's just say that more modern and higher output machinery struggled to stay with me in the bends and on the straights as I was able to get on the power earlier, and just consistently wind on the beans using that V-Twin torque. The day started very wet and dried out during the day and at every stage I felt more confident and in touch with what my bike was 'telling me' than a lot of the others in the novice category, simply because I understood what was happening and definitely would haven't enjoyed the day anywhere near as much without Keith's help - he's the master at this stuff and would buy it again without a second thought!!!
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