A Twist of the Wrist II, DVD (October 2009)
“My primary objective in this DVD was to communicate to riders that there is a definite technology to riding. The bike wasn’t designed by opinions or good advice and riding is the same, there are technical points that need to be understood. That’s the message and focus of this film. Once a rider gets the idea there is a technology then and only then can he conquer his fears and uncertainties on cornering and at that point improvement is virtually unlimited.” – Keith Code
Essential for all motorcyclists from weekend riders to racers, Twist of the Wrist II brings Keith Code’s best selling book vividly to life, demonstrating precision techniques for overcoming barriers to cornering such as rider input, fundamentals on steering, visual skills, braking, body position, throttle control and more.
From canyon roads to track, techniques are fully explored and laid out using multiple camera angles, onboard shots and CG animation in over 105 minutes of spectacular Hi-Def footage.
The best performance upgrade for any rider, Twist of the Wrist II is the latest product from Keith Code, founder of The California Superbike School and trainer of numerous championship winning riders worldwide.
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A Twist of the Wrist, Vol. I
115 pages/89 pictures
This is the world’s foremost primer on motorcycle riding. Well written and illustrated, it contains everything from the five basic road designs and how to handle them all the way to successful tips on braking, steering, cornering, how to use reference points, sliding, and even how to fall. This book outlines the basics. It has received more reviews, has been translated into more languages and sold more copies than any other book on motorcycling.
A Twist of the Wrist, Vol. II
117 pages/99 pictures
The newest Twist book contains twenty-six chapters of riding techniques. Straight to the point information on how to make your bike work for you, not against you. VolumeÂ II names and solves the seven specific riding problems every rider faces. This is not a warmed over version of the original Twist material, it is new. You’ll use the clearly described techniques every day – every time you ride.