Ken has TWO books for you to choose from. Here is a quick breakdown if you had to choose one over the other:
- Riding in the Zone- For people who aren’t big readers. The highly graphic format has lots of photos, diagrams and a DVD video to help explain complex concepts. 143 full color pages.
- Motorcycling the Right Way– For people who like a deeper discussion of strategies and techniques used by the best motorcyclists. 239 full color pages.
Riding in the Zone
Riding in the Zone is a 143 page full color book includes a 30 minute DVD with parking lot drills to advance your riding ability. RITZ is for the rider who wants to get down to business of becoming a better rider. Both mental and physical skills are covered, but the focus is a bit more on the physical control skills.
RITZ will help beginner, intermediate, and early-advanced riders to develop the physical and mental skills that are necessary to ride with more confidence and enjoyment.
There are a lot of motorcycle riding skills books out there, but what sets Riding in the Zone apart is how it explains complex information in a clear and concise manner.
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“The vast majority of motorcycling books on the market focus on the motorcycle itself, not the rider. There are only a handful of books on developing the skills to control your bike. Ken Condon’s new book and DVD, Riding in the Zone, focuses on being confidently in control, and the DVD (included) provides real-time demonstrations.” – RoadBikeMag.com
Autographed- $29.95 plus shipping and MA sales tax (if applicable)
A PDF version is also available. Autographed- $16.00 – immediate download
Motorcycling the Right Way offers 239 color pages describing the strategies, techniques and attitudes that are shared by the best motorcycle riders. Many chapters are culled from Ken’s 14 years as the safety/skills columnist for Motorcycle Consumer News.
“Expert motorcyclist and author Ken Condon knows there is a right way to hit the road and track when you’re behind the handlebars. In this new book Motorcycling the Right Way, Condon lays out a basic riding course for motorcyclists who are smart enough to acknowledge that “you don’t know what you don’t know.” Read more about “The Right Way”
Get an autographed copy of “Motorcycling the Right Way” and help support the blog when you buy from here.