Scout's Guide to MotoAmerica 2016
Cameron Beaubier, Josh Hayes, Roger Hayden, and the rest of the superstars of the MotoAmerica are put under the microscope in this NFL-style scouting guide. Inside SCOUT'S GUIDE TO MOTOAMERICA 2016, the styles, strengths, and weaknesses of the United States' most gifted and dedicated motorcycle roadracers are broken down in excruciating detail. More
Cameron Beaubier, Josh Hayes, Roger Hayden, and the rest of the superstars of the MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Motorcycle Road Racing Championship are put under the microscope in this NFL-style scouting guide. Inside SCOUT'S GUIDE TO MOTOAMERICA 2016, the styles, strengths, and weaknesses of the United States' most gifted and dedicated motorcycle roadracers are broken down in excruciating detail.
Every ranking and scouting report is based upon information gleaned via exhaustive interviews with a number of foremost MotoAmerica experts and insiders, including multiple top riders, team managers, and journalists.
SGMA16 features in-depth analysis of the technique, talent, and tendencies of the sport's titans and would-be kings. Areas of advantage are celebrated and vulnerabilities are exposed.
SCOUT'S GUIDE TO MOTOAMERICA 2016 includes:
• The SGMA16 Top 25 and the associated scouting reports of the riders who made the cut, including full profiles covering the 15 best racers in the MotoAmerica paddock. The technical proficiency, physical traits, and mental characteristics of Cameron Beaubier, Josh Hayes, Jake Gagne, Roger Hayden, JD Beach, Danny Eslick, and the rest of the nation's leading roadracing heroes are dissected
• The 14 skills and traits most likely to determine the outcome in today's hyper-competitive landscape. Which rider is the best off the stripe? Who is the corner-speed king? Who is the most precise? Who has the best racecraft? Who is the best at setting up a bike?
• More than 40 pages of bonus materials, including the 10 greatest AMA Superbike champions ranked (with special scouting notes on Mat Mladin and Ben Spies), the Superbike World Cup, MotoAmerica's future prospects, and more.
Praise for SGMA16's sister publication, SCOUT'S GUIDE TO MOTOGP 2016:
"I am always a bit cynical about things like this, as they tend to be written with an ‘angle’ depending on who writes them. I intended to give the guide a quick look over but ended up reading it from cover to cover. The analysis, backed up with the comments from people in the paddock, make it incredibly engaging. I really enjoyed it and I’m a jaded PR person!" -- Ian Wheeler, Marketing & Communications Manager at Team Estrella Galicia 0,0 Marc VDS
"This digital book is awesome! Be the most knowledgeable MotoGP fan on your block!" -- Greg White, motorcycle racing television personality
"We've never had anything like this for MotoGP. It is an amazing read." -- Larry Lawrence, Cycle News Contributing Editor and one of the leading motorcycle racing historians in America
"You won't find a better guide to the 2016 MotoGP field than Chris Martin's Scout's Guide. Absolutely outstanding." -- Louis Suddaby, BikeLive presenter for Downforce Radio, MotoGP reporter for TheCheckeredFlag.co.uk
"Here's an interesting project. A Scout's Guide to MotoGP by Chris Martin. Very good and interesting read." -- David Emmett, MotoMatters.com
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