Coming from car driving to the fascinating world of motorbikes, there is so much to learn, but because I did not know anyone who rode them there were a lot of unanswered questions. This book gives you a hell of a lot of information, not just about riding but about the skills and techniques to pick up along the way. It goes into a good depth for the CBT, MOD1 and MOD2 tests, which if you are like me thrive on knowing as much as possible about what you are facing, was very very helpful.
Some great tips, diagrams etc. etc. The book is very easy to read, but some of the diagrams were a little hard to make out, which were mirror checks and which were life savers etc. but it gave me enough to get on with until I quizzed my instructor. The section on roundabouts needs to be expanded because they present the perfect world of the perfect roundabout, but as we know in the UK, roundabouts come in so many different shapes and sizes and that particular section, for a car driver revealed nothing new, however on a motorbike, roundabouts are whole different kettle of fish.
But overall I have enjoyed having it a learning companion, definitely recommend it and will continue to read it as one you pass your test, the learning of being a motor biker never ends.