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    Traseul 12 - Nordul Dobrogei - Tulcea - Murighiol - Macin - Izvoarele - Enisala - Tulcea

    Romania -> Nordul Dobrogei -> Tukcea - Murighiol - Macin - Izvoarele - Enisala - Tulcea
     

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    Muntii Apuseni - Carpathian 2 wheels guide

    Traseu gratuit prin nordul muntilor apuseni

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    Motocicleta - ghid tehnic si utilizarea ei - 1964

    Motocicleta - o carte editată în 1964 - Ing. D. Vochin

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    Sport Riding Techniques

    Cum să iți dezvolți aptitudini de condus sportiv, aplicabile în mersul  pe drum public cât și pe circuit.

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    Twist of the wrist

    Keith Code is a former motorcycle racer,[1]writer, and founder of the California Superbike School.[2] He has been called "arguably the best known and most successful on-track motorcycle instructor in the world".[3] His teaching has been spread all over the world.[2] His California Superbike Schools have operated at over 90 tracks worldwide in 15 countries and have trained 150,000 riders. Code has invented rider training devices such as the No Body Steering Bike which illustrates the necessity for counter-steering to be used, the Lean and Slide Bike Trainers that train not only good body positioning and visual skills but also allow riders to experience sliding the machine with much reduced possibility of crashing, and the Panic Braking Trainer that allows riders to experience front wheel lock up and learn how to recover from it.[6][7][8]

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    Ghidul motociclistului - arta de a conduce Vol2

    Ghidul motociclistului - arta de a conduce Vol2

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    Theodor Ladar - Patru roti si un singur creier

    ...un gand alternativ despre siguranta soferului
     
    de Theodor Ladar

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    Book – Oyibo

    “Ana Hogas and Ionut Florea are open-hearted, white-knuckle travellers with a passion for people and an uncanny nose for adventure. Their 55,000-kilometer journey took them off the grid and into the beating heart of Africa.”
    Nick Thorpe, author of “Urban Worrier” and “Eight Men and a Duck” www.nickthorpe.co.uk
     
    About the book – For John and Ana their 55,000km motorcycle ride around Africa was not a race. Sparked by two unexpected events, the nomadic adventure lasted for 14 months across 29 countries. Crazy

    Oyibo recounts the story of John and Ana journeying overland, being tested in some of the continent’s wildest places, and undergoing profound personal transformation while learning that Africa’s diversity is only matched by the kindness of its people.
     
    Crazy Oyibo Part 1 – From Romania To Morocco tells how the expedition began. In January 2010 John was stuck in bed, recovering from an Achilles tendon rupture. The challenge of learning how to walk again became the daunting task of riding a motorbike in Africa. In October 2010 the expedition was primed to take off, but on departure day John was hit by a car. The motorbike was totalled and everything was reset by 9 more months. In June 2011 John and Ana finally left Into The World. The learning curve from the first month spent in Morocco sets the tone for an epic journey. — Recommended by author Nick Thorpe, adventurer Paddy Tyson and mountaineer Alex Gavan.
     
    If you would like to support publishing on paperback the
    entire Crazy Oyibo book, please stay tuned for details about how to join our crowd founding campaign.
      Itunes: iBook for iPad, 124 pages, Download for free at iTunes  

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