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Location : Tucson, AZ
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|Subject: Looking for a riding book to read? Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:04 pm|| |
I spent most of my summer reading books about riding. It doesn't take long to read all the books about scooter riding, subsequently, most were about motorcycling. I enjoy riding and reading about those who do and I read some books that are probably a bit obscure.
I thought about it and decided to write reviews of the books I had read. I thought it might be a way to introduce some of my fellow riders to a few book they may not otherwise have read.
I am trying to add a new review weekly or so. Currently I have 7 posted. If you have been looking for something new a maybe a bit different, feel free to read through my reviews. I hope you enjoy them.
Here is the link to the first review:
Number of posts : 26
Location : northern california
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Registration date : 2013-09-08
|Subject: Re: Looking for a riding book to read? Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:13 pm|| |
Thank you. I will read your reviews and maybe the books in the winter months
to come. (I'm slow about reading.)
A riding book that I find oddly relaxing is Riding with Rilke, by Ted Bishop.
It is almost more about books than riding though.
Silver Wing Guru
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Location : Belmont, Perth WA
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|Subject: Re: Looking for a riding book to read? Wed Sep 11, 2013 9:38 am|| |
"That I may die roaming" and "I'm not dead yet"
This guy rode through Nth and South America with great pix and down to earth commentary.
Google it and download a copy.