Total Control: High Performance Street Riding Techniques (2nd Edition)
Today's super high-performance bikes are the most potent vehicles ever sold to the public and they demand advanced riding skills. This is the perfect book for riders who want to take their street riding skills to a higher level. Total Control explains the ins and outs of high-performance street riding. Lee Parks, one of the most accomplished riders, racers, authors and instructors in the world, helps riders master the awe-inspiring performance potential of modern motorcycles.This book gives riders everything they need to develop the techniques and survival skills necessary to become a proficient, accomplished, and safer street rider. High quality photos, detailed instructions, and professional diagrams highlight the intricacies and proper techniques of street riding. Readers will come away with a better understanding of everything from braking and cornering to proper throttle control, resulting in a more exciting yet safer ride.
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Track Secrets of Champion Road Racers
It takes a very special psyche and consummate skill to become a champion motorcycle racer, skills not readily or easily divulged. Nevertheless, within this book, 14 world-class riders reveal the secrets of their success at circuits as diverse as the Isle of Man and Daytona.
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Trail Biking
Text and photographs examine trailbikes which are used for pleasure riding, inexpensive transportation, and competitive racing.
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Triumph 350 & 500 Unit Twins 1957 to 1974: 3TA, 5TA Speed Twin, Tiger 90, T100A, T100SS, T100 Tiger, T100S, T100T, T100C, T100R, TR5T, T100D Daytona Series 2
Having this book in your pocket is just like having a real marque expert by your side. Benefit from the author's years of Triumph ownership, learn how to spot a bad bike quickly, and how to assess a promising bike like a professional. Get the right bike at the right price!
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Triumph 650 and 750 2-Valve Twins Owners Workshop Manual, No. 122: ’63-’83
Haynes disassembles every subject vehicle and documents every step with thorough instructions and clear photos. Haynes repair manuals are used by the pros, but written for the do-it-yourselfer.
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Triumph Bonneville: The Essential Buyer’s Guide: 1959 to 1988
Practical, straightforward guide to buying a secondhand Triumph Bonneville, from the very first 1959 T120 pre-unit 650, to the very last T140 unit 750 machines built by L F Harris.
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Triumph Daytona 1991-2006 Road Test Portfolio 750, 900, 955, 1000 & 1200
When Triumph were reborn in a stunning manner in 1961, most expected that the top-of-the-range sports machine would be labelled as a Bonneville - but no - top sports honours were awarded to motorcycles carrying the world ‘Daytona’ in their title. Daytona notoriety appeared in the form of the Daytona 1200, a machine of truly awesome performance. With the T595 Daytona, however, Triumph built the first of their truly market sector-leading sports bikes using entirely new engine and cycle parts.This portfolio of articles traces the progress and successes of Triumph’s Daytona models over their 15 years of production. Included are model introductions and ‘first rides’, road, comparison and ‘used bike’ tests plus full specifications and performance data. Advice is also offered on acquiring a good pre-owned Triumph Daytona.
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Triumph Daytona 2003-2009
This portfolio of international articles reports on the liquid cooled in-line 4-cylinder sports bikes which were first introduced in 2003. Triumph began development of a three-cylinder 675cc supersports machine in 2000, alongside the 955i Daytona triple. The first 675 engine was tested on the dyno in 2003 and the first pre-production prototype took to the streets in 2004. The new triple boasted a 10bhp power boost over the 650 with no weight penalty - Triumph had finally found the right formula for their world class middleweight. When the 675 was launched in 2006, demand outstripped supply. The 675 has been hailed as the best British sportsbike ever and, possibly, one of the greatest sportsbikes of all time. Articles include ‘first rides’, new model introductions, road and comparison tests, technical report, full specifications and performance data, plus a comprehensive buying guide which offers advice on acquiring a good pre-owned Daytona.
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Triumph Pre-Unit Twins
Triumph's pre-unit twin-cyclinder motorcycles were produced from 1938 to 1962, with engine sizes of 350cc, 500cc and 650cc. Ridden both on the road and in competition , the bikes formed the basis for Triumph's success through the 1940s to the 1960s. With iconic names such as Speed Twin, Tiger 100, Trophy and Bonneville, the pre-unit Triumphs came as sports bikes and tourers. With their superb styling and reliable engines, there were a favourite both at home and abroad.
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Triumph Pre-Unit Twins Owners Workshop Manual: 1947 to 1962 (Haynes 251)
This Haynes motorcycle repair manual covers: Triumph 5T Speed Twin 1947-1958 Triumph 6T Thunderbird 1947-1961 Triumph T100 Tiger 1947-1959 Triumph T110 Tiger 1954-1961 Triumph T120 Bonneville 1958-1962 Triumph TR5 Trophy 1951-1958 Triumph TR6 Trophy 1956-1960 Haynes motorcycle repair manuals are the very best guides you can have as you begin working on your motorcycle. Each book was written from practical experience. The editors actually purchase the motorcycle, tear it down and rebuild it while taking notes and photographs to detail the procedures. These books contain helpful hints not found in the factory manuals. The descriptions and photos are excellent, allowing you to make repairs easily and with little frustration. Make a Haynes manual the first special tool you buy!
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Triumph Tiger Cub and Terrier Owners Workshop Manual: ’52-’68
Haynes offers the best coverage for cars, trucks, vans, SUVs and motorcycles on the market today. Each manual contains easy to follow step-by-step instructions linked to hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Included in every manual: troubleshooting section to help identify specific problems; tips that give valuable short cuts to make the job easier and eliminate the need for special tools; notes, cautions and warnings for the home mechanic; color spark plug diagnosis and an easy to use index.
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Triumph Trident and BSA Rocket 3 Owners Workshop Manual, No. 136: ’69-’75
Haynes disassembles every subject vehicle and documents every step with thorough instructions and clear photos. Haynes repair manuals are used by the pros, but written for the do-it-yourselfer.
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Triumph Trident and BSA Rocket 3 Owners Workshop Manual, No. 136: ’69-onward
Haynes disassembles every subject vehicle and documents every step with thorough instructions and clear photos. Haynes repair manuals are used by the pros, but written for the do-it-yourselfer.
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Triumph Twenty-One to Daytona: The C Class 350cc and 500cc Twins
The Triumph 350cc and 500cc unit-construction twins were called the 'C' Series, and were made between 1957 and 1974. The range started with the 350cc 'Twenty-one' - a sedate touring bike with full enclosure in the form of the famous Triumph 'Bathtub' - went through such famous names as the Speed Twin, Tiger 100 and Trophy, and ended with the rip-roaring Daytona and the off-road Adventurer. This book deals with the whole range, giving the history of all the models, and also describes the restoration of a 1969 Trophy T100C.
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Triumph: The Complete Story
This is a complete guide to the history of Triumph, one of the most famous motorcycle manufacturers in the world, recounted by Ivor Davies, who worked for 30 years as Triumph's Publicity Manager.
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TT in Camera: A Photographic Celebration of the World’s Greatest Motorcycle Road Races
Published to coincide with the centenary of the Isle of Man TT, this glorious photographic book presents a portfolio of work from Don Morley, the hugely respected motorcycle racing photographer who fell in love with the TT on his first visit in 1953 and returned every year until 2004. Packed with evocative images, most of them in color, this book features all the post-war greats --- legends such as Mike Hailwood and Joey Dunlop --- as well as lesser names that have played their part in the world's most spectacular motorcycle races. This will be a book to treasure for all TT fans.
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TT: Full Throttle
This is a high-octane motorcycle racing novel for reluctant teen readers. Scott has one obsession: to fulfill his late father's dream of racing in the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy Races, the most dangerous and prestigious motorcycle road race in the world. Far from their home in British Columbia and still reeling from a recent tragedy, Scott and his roommates-turned-pit crew have only five days during Practice Week to secure a spot in the TT. Scott must qualify with a fast enough time or he doesn't race. But the pressure of working with a rookie crew on the potentially lethal course puts Scott's safety and his friendships on the line. As race day draws near he and his friends will have to swallow their pride to help Scott achieve his dream.
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Two Wheels on Two Reels: A History of Biker Movies
For better or worse, the primary images most non-riders have of motorcyclists come from Hollywood. These images either reflect or exaggerate the reality of the two-wheeled experience. Writer and motorcyclist Mike Seate explores and explains the myths and misconceptions of riders and riding from the post-WWII restlessness of Marlon Brando's Wild One to Britain's Mods and Rockers battles, to the chopper operas of the sixties to today. Takes a long, critical look at the hits and misses of the biker movie canon.
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