A motorcycle’s engine holds a tremendous amount of power—more than most of us come close to using. But just because it’s capable of performing at a certain level doesn’t mean it always will.
We too have more power than we ever use. Using that power means trusting that it’s there, caring holistically for our being, making wise choices, understanding what blocks our power, and discovering ho
Chance Sinclair works as a race engineer. His work is fast and exciting.
Camryn Green is a single parent who works hard and doesn't have time for watching a car race.
Chance invites Cam to see his world of racing. She invites him to her workplace.
Who will win the battle of the better job? It might not matter in the end when they realize they have each other’s heart.
Written and published by P.J. Harding. Another in the ‘LOOK BOOK’ series - Your child will love this easy reader and brilliant color picture book of motorcycles.
Each page has a photographic image of all kinds of motorcycles from all over the world. The simple text is easily understood by young pre-readers and easy to learn for emerging readers.
While you don’t come with throttle, clutch, or brakes, there are direct parallels and lessons on how to manage your power from motorcycle riding. Apply the symbolism from motorcycle controls to understanding what controls your thoughts, emotions, and actions through reflection, meditation, and time alone.
The immediacy and potential severity of the outcome when you misinterpret or ignore signs when you ride make your motorcycle an excellent teacher of effective communication skills—skills that help you connect with other people as well.
Learn their life lessons and enrich your life.
Drawn from the symbolism of motorcycles, this book offers parallels on the importance of caring for body, mind, and soul.
While many people cringe at the thought of picking up a tool, learning a few basics exposes how simple maintenance can be. Beyond the benefits of the mechanical education, the insights you discover about yourself change your perspective on your own hors