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Adventure Riding Techniques, by Robert Wicks and Greg Baker, is essential reading for anyone planning an overland adventure motorcycle trip. Whatever the conditions you may encounter - crossing a river, riding a rough track at speed or descending a rocky hill - this fascinating book contains invaluable instruction to help you and your motorcycle stay in one piece. The definitive guide to the subject, Adventure Riding Techniques covers all aspects of off-road adventure riding in detail, including riding positions, crossing different types of terrain, essential and specialist skills, and strategies for survival when it all goes wrong. Whether you're a first-time adventurer looking to develop your skills, or a more experienced rider wanting to employ specialist techniques, Adventure Riding Techniques will help you to get the best out of both yourself and your motorcycle. The book's content, which includes step-by-step sequences in the time-honoured style of a Haynes Manual, is based on the co-authors' many miles of personal experience as well as input from leading experts. The foremost contributing expert is Simon Pavey – seven-times Dakar participant and owner of the acclaimed Off-Road Skills training school in Wales – who accompanied the co-authors to Iceland, home to some of the best off-road riding in the world, in order to undertake some of the informative and inspiring photography included in this visually stunning book. The key to successful off-road adventure riding is twofold – maximising the degree of control you have over the motorcycle and minimising your levels of fatigue. If you follow the guidance contained in Adventure Riding Techniques and apply the right technique for every situation, the entire experience of a two-wheel overland adventure will be much safer, less tiring and far more rewarding.