Ralph 'Sonny' Barger rides his customized Harley Davidson FXRT sportster every day and bench presses 285 pounds.Keith and Kent Zimmerman are twins. They are the co-authors of the bestselling Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs, the autobiography of John Lydon.
"Proffers some of the best advice around ... [has] insight into all aspects of motorcycling ... Provides a solid, practical foundation for anyone. But it also has bits of advice that could aid the seasoned rider as well. It's written in easy-to-understand prose, with Barger's wit woven in." -- Motorcycle USA "Let's Ride is the new authoritative guide to motorcycling and rider safety from Sonny Barger, the famous 'leader of the pack.'" -- BikerNews.org "An incredibly valuable piece of literature that every motorcyclist should read twice! ... Sonny has an unparalleled passion for motorcycling and a vast knowledge base that makes him the perfect author for this book." -- RoadCaptainUSA.com "Let's Ride is an interesting book suitable for any motorcyclist, primarily because the author provides a broad spectrum of information. Informative, instructive, and entertaining-- there is something for everyone." -- CycleMatters.com "Offers up a lifetime of bike-riding wisdom you just can't argue with" -- Biker Chick News "Barger [is] an American classic, an individualist who lived by a code" -- San Francisco Chronicle "Barger's the hombre who gave you motorcycle culture... The biker style Barger originated remains timeless." -- Chicago Tribune "Sonny Barger spreads the gospel of two wheels in Let's Ride. He is the rare rider who could write such a book with authority. -- Los Angeles Times "When Sonny Barger enters a bar, men twice his weight back away. Women stare." -- Los Angeles Times "The baddest man on two wheels" -- Rolling Stone "Sonny Barger truly is an American Legend." -- Salon.com "Packed with the stories and advice it would take years to hear and learn on the road and should be considered a must for any rider, regardless of their experience." -- Clutch and Chrome