Am höchsten bewertete kritische Rezension
A Needed Book, But Surely The Worst Writing Ever Published
am 3. Januar 2000
This book has some definite merit; however, readers will most certainly feel that they have earned the knowledge it contains by enduring the book's oppressive style and format. Mr. Code's credentials as a trainer of riders sound impressive and he does seem to understand motorcycles, especially their road-racing aspects. His difficulty lies in explaining the principles and techniques he espouses in a clear, concise manner. Never have I encountered a book such as this one where the writer feels compelled to include definitions for words like "goals", "purposes", "exaggerate", etc. Perhaps the riders he normally instructs abandoned education in their quest for undying motorcycle glory. At any rate, if you can get beyond the book's second-class writing and worse illustrations, there are some "gems" of wisdom to be found. Take this book in-hand when you have time to concentrate on what is being taught in spite of how it is stated.