Draft for the first in a series of illustrations to accompany ’20 Pro Motorcycle Roadracing Riding Tips’
1. Keith Code -LEARN TO THINK FOR YOURSELF
Say what you will about the guru, Keith Code wrote the book on high-performance motorcycle riding and it’s called A Twist of the Wrist. Twenty-three years after it was first published, it’s still tops on my list. I took Code’s California Superbike School twice in 1984 and ‘85, and at first found his teaching style frustrating. Asked the best line through a corner, he turned the question back to me: “I don’t know. There are lots of correct lines. They change depending on what bike you’re riding, the condition of your tires, etc. What line do you think is correct?” What I thought was I’d better learn to think for myself.
Written By Brian Catterson, www.motorcyclistonline.com

Draft for the first in a series of illustrations to accompany ’20 Pro Motorcycle Roadracing Riding Tips’

1. Keith Code -
LEARN TO THINK FOR YOURSELF

Say what you will about the guru, Keith Code wrote the book on high-performance motorcycle riding and it’s called A Twist of the Wrist. Twenty-three years after it was first published, it’s still tops on my list. I took Code’s California Superbike School twice in 1984 and ‘85, and at first found his teaching style frustrating. Asked the best line through a corner, he turned the question back to me: “I don’t know. There are lots of correct lines. They change depending on what bike you’re riding, the condition of your tires, etc. What line do you think is correct?” What I thought was I’d better learn to think for myself.

Written By Brian Catterson, www.motorcyclistonline.com

Draft for the first in a series of illustrations to accompany ’20 Pro Motorcycle Roadracing Riding Tips’
1. Keith Code -LEARN TO THINK FOR YOURSELF
Say what you will about the guru, Keith Code wrote the book on high-performance motorcycle riding and it’s called A Twist of the Wrist. Twenty-three years after it was first published, it’s still tops on my list. I took Code’s California Superbike School twice in 1984 and ‘85, and at first found his teaching style frustrating. Asked the best line through a corner, he turned the question back to me: “I don’t know. There are lots of correct lines. They change depending on what bike you’re riding, the condition of your tires, etc. What line do you think is correct?” What I thought was I’d better learn to think for myself.
Written By Brian Catterson, www.motorcyclistonline.com

Draft for the first in a series of illustrations to accompany ’20 Pro Motorcycle Roadracing Riding Tips’

1. Keith Code -
LEARN TO THINK FOR YOURSELF

Say what you will about the guru, Keith Code wrote the book on high-performance motorcycle riding and it’s called A Twist of the Wrist. Twenty-three years after it was first published, it’s still tops on my list. I took Code’s California Superbike School twice in 1984 and ‘85, and at first found his teaching style frustrating. Asked the best line through a corner, he turned the question back to me: “I don’t know. There are lots of correct lines. They change depending on what bike you’re riding, the condition of your tires, etc. What line do you think is correct?” What I thought was I’d better learn to think for myself.

Written By Brian Catterson, www.motorcyclistonline.com

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