Is it possible to improve your motorcycle riding ability by finding out all the secrets and tricks of the trade needed to do so in a book? Reading “Questione di Polso” by Keith Code, author of a number of books on the subject, suggests it is. The book appeared in English under the title “A Twist of the Wrist” and was enormously successful, so much so that it was translated into various languages. Now finally published in Italian, the book teaches – and shows with a long series of illustrations – how to aspire to a sporty ride on road and track in total safety. Moving from the concept that perfect control and stability of a motorbike depends in particular on how you use your right wrist, Code explains step-by-step how to detect the best trajectory to take on straights and in corners, how to stay anchored to the bike, how to free yourself of it as quickly as possible in the case of a fall, how to steer or always keep an eye on what’s happening behind you. A real guidebook, an indispensible instrument for any rider who wants to take his bike to the limit with a good head on his shoulders.