I have 3 RLP DVDs and have been using them for practicing my slow speed maneuvers in a parking lot. I was so happy to see the companion book come out. It really helps me to break down the maneuvers step by step and understand some of the dynamics and principles of bike riding. fDoing regular parking lot practices have been the best thing I have done to improve my biking skills. Once I have those skills down pat, I can bike anywhere!

Alberta, Canada
Sunday, November 8, 2009
This is a great serries and the book is a "must own" for all those special moments as your heartbeat slows after almost blowing it. Advanced/Refresher riding classes are another great idea and I've always wondered why the insurance industry doesn't offer rate reductions for riders who take them periodically.

In California we can take a sanctioned motorcycle rider's class and if passed we only have to pass the written to obtain our Class M endorsement. Their Advanced Rider class is often an eye-opener for a lot of "old pros." Too old to learn equals ready to die.

White Eagle
San Francisco Bay Area, CA
Monday, August 3, 2009
I'm a new rider. I found the slow maneuvering techniques to be quite challenging. I did well in the Harley- Davidson Rider's Edge Course, but in the real world, I've encountered some tricky situations. I'm always looking for good tips to help me become a better, more confident rider. This book sounds like it has some really good tips.

I ordered it right after I read the WRN review. You haven't let me down yet. I'm sure this book will be worth the money. Thanks, Genevieve!

Dripping Springs, TX
Monday, August 3, 2009