Head Check: What It Feels Like To Ride Motorcycles
Head Check: What it Feels Like to Ride Motorcycles
Penned by one of the most prominent motorcycle journalists of the 21st century, Head Check invites readers to take in the color and detail of a rider’s life vividly realized, richly observed, and transcendently described. During his tenure at Motorcyclist magazine, Jack Lewis has touched readers around the world not only through his incandescent prose riffs and self-effacing humor, but also through a consistent and deeply felt humanity. This collection of magazine features and columns alongside personally published web pieces and new material may be populated by motorcycles, but it centers around the varied experiences of riders (and their tolerant keepers) in a world where risk is a bet you make with yourself for purposes that must always transcend mere recreation. Head Check is – beneath the sarcastic wit, wide-eyed fear, profound humility, and occasional descents into scatology – a collection of love stories. Recommended for riders, readers, passengers, and humans.
"The author is laugh out loud funny, frequently self deprecating, sometimes somber / reflective but always honest and energetic. I had a hard time putting Head Check down and, when I wasn't reading it, I was...