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I downloaded the book from the Internet. The process is a little painful as the company didn't have clear instructions but keep at it. The book seems to be well worth it! After realizing I was becoming a serious motorcyclist (more than 61,000 miles in 2 1/2 years) and numerous uhmmm "What's that noise?" I knew I had to learn more.

This book seems to mix the right about of "I'm not handy" with clear explanations and pics (love those pics worth a thousand words!). I've actually shared it with some learning male riders. Thanks.

Chris Miles
Seattle, WA
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Wow! Finally a book to put on my soon-to-be reality work bench in my at home shop. The order is just a click away. Retirement is an opportunity to do new things.

Jan McGee
Warrenton, VA
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Good write up. After having my '08 Honda GL 1800 Motor Trike (12,800 mile service) serviced by a dealer in San Francisco, I decided that I needed to learn all the ins and outs on m/c maintainence. I was appalled at the cost. On reviewing what they did, I noticed they didn't even check the back brakes on my bike. Not a happy camper. So I've signed up for a correspondece course on basic m/c maintainence. Eventually, I will attend a m/c maintainence school.

It's so important for women to be able to communicate with their mechanics. If women aren't careful, they'll take you for every dime they can. Keep up the good work. Enjoy your articles.

Laurel Hall
American Canyon, CA
Monday, November 2, 2009
Congrats on the book. The more info about wrenching the better.


Dennis Santopietro
San Diego, CA
Monday, November 2, 2009
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