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horrorguy
Posted 8/11/2016 2:57 PM (#90302)
Subject: looking for article in Hack'd



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Hack'd magazine was a great sidecar magazine .it is missed .in the late 80s maybe early 90s there was an aricle on training exercises for new sidecarists .anybody have a copy of that ?
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Fly
Posted 8/11/2016 3:10 PM (#90303 - in reply to #90302)
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I have all the issuses of Hack'd. if you can give me a little more info I will see what I can find.
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Posted 8/11/2016 9:28 PM (#90311 - in reply to #90303)
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You can download Hal Kendall's books Riding with a sidecar and Sidecar operator manual from this site.
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horrorguy
Posted 8/11/2016 9:41 PM (#90312 - in reply to #90302)
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Hack'd had an acticle on training exercises for new sidecarists .it was figure 8s and other things to help riders practice the skills needed to use a sidecar.i am guessing 1990 .the reason i ask is i get lots of people over on the USCA facbook page asking for info on riding with a sidecar .i send them the downloads but i figure the more info the better.
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Peter Pan
Posted 8/12/2016 12:48 PM (#90316 - in reply to #90302)
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If it helps:
Last year in Spanish we made up a post-thread just for that purpose on the Spanish forum
http://foro.foroural.es/index.php?topic=121.0

In Germany I just bought the follow up book of the German book we have translated in the download section. I just started yesterday to read it, it looks like the training section contains much more then the old one. (with which I started to learn in 86.) Perhaps there is already a translation available.
"Das 1*1 für Gespannfahrer" ISBN 978-3-9802242-5-3
="The 1*1 for rig riders"

Good luck
Sven




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Fly
Posted 8/13/2016 2:51 PM (#90328 - in reply to #90316)
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Gerald, the article you are looking for is in Hack'd vol.4 #3 winter 1987.
It was written by David Hough. you can get his book several places.
Not all agree with his ideas.
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Hack'n
Posted 8/15/2016 11:24 AM (#90336 - in reply to #90302)
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The same info is in the Driving a URAL Sidecar Motorcycle manual, which David also authored and sold at the time for $17.95. The Yellow book uses the same info. and some of the same photos.

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