Why We Ride
A Psychologist Explains the Motorcyclist’s Mind and the Love Affair between Rider, Bike, and Road
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Based on the empirical research of a motorcycling clinical psychologist, this heartfelt account articulates the elusive physical, emotional, and interpersonal elements that make the world of the motorcyclist such a rich and exciting place, and ultimately, Why We Ride.
Why would anyone want to do something as dangerous as motorcycling? For those who love to ride, no explanation is necessary. For everyone else, there’s Why We Ride. Designed as both an explanation for outsiders and an anthem for those within the fold, this new book presents the insights of Mark Barnes, PhD, a motorcycling clinical psychologist. As a popular columnist at Motorcycle Consumer News for more than twenty years, Dr. Barnes articulates the elusive physical, emotional, and interpersonal elements that make the world of the motorcyclist such a rich and exciting place. His wide-ranging text covers both sports psychology and the psychoanalysis of common riding experiences, including the results of Dr. Barnes’ own empirical research. Heartfelt and thought provoking, here is a straightforward account of what makes real motorcyclists tick.
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