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For a decade, Cameron’s bestselling Sportbike Performance Handbook has been helping readers and riders define performance improvement plans and put them into motion--building better, faster, more powerful bikes. This new edition does everything the first did, and more, bringing bikers up to date on the dramatic changes that have swept sportbike technology in the past ten years. It covers changes to fuel management, suspension, tire technology, brake systems and more. This is the essential tool for anyone looking to coax maximum performance from a sportbike.
Kevin Cameron is a long-time motorcycle journalist and racing insider and the author of Motorbooks’ Top Dead Center. His work appears monthly in Cycle World. Kevin resides in Gill, Massachusetts.
After more than a decade riding and being addicted to motorcycles I thought that I knew something about it, but reading this I discovered that I knew nothing about it, It is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marcus
Excellent book that concisely explains the design and modification possibilities of sport bikes (vintage to contemporary) in an easy to digest, but fairly technical manner. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Languidium
Kevin Cameron, he's the master at explaining what you may already know or think you know about motorcycle physics. I'm a long time reader of his and this book does not dissapoint.Published 4 months ago by Belson jones
For a book about mechanics this book is written in a fairly easy to understand way, however it assumes a lot of background knowledge. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. O. R. Clark
Great book. Lots of great material presented for someone who wants to take care of his/her motorcycle. May be a tad out of date by now though.Published 10 months ago by sdgolf
I highly recommend this book for those without an engineering background, but who enjoy knowing more about the technical aspects of how sport motorcycles work. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sperry
Whatever the subject, even if sometimes, I'd have liked more deepness, it's always interesting, clear, and so well written. Read morePublished on May 9, 2013 by srx36