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Take It to the Xtreme #7: Dirtbike Daredevils

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Jake and Pete, 15-year-old friends, get work as guides at a dirt-bike trail outfitter and each does one part of the job well. It takes a series of disasters to convince the boys that successful dirt bikers can do it all.

Synopsis:

Take a remote ranch near Spokane, Washington. Add a dirt-bike trail outfitter in need of junior guides. Now place the new guides- 15-year-old best friends Jake and Peter- in a trailer parked beside the ranch's motocross racetrack. It doesn't hurt, the boys figure, that their boss is a former motocross champion willing to coach them and drive them to local races. In fact, it all sounds like a perfect summer for Jake and Peter, who consider themselves the ideal team.

Peter is a freestyle maniac who hates doing bike maintenance. Jake dreams of being a motocross-race mechanic without having to race himself. They ignore warnings from their boss and his 15-year-old female ranch hand (also a motocross racer) that their over-reliance on each other won't work if they're ever separated. It takes a series of race and trail mishaps topped off by a natural disaster to convince the boys that the most successful dirt bikers understand their motorcycles inside and out.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781552858042
Author:
Withers, Pam
Publisher:
Walrus Books
Subject:
Children's 12-Up - Fiction - General
Subject:
Transportation - Motorcycles
Subject:
Sports & Recreation-Extreme Sports
Subject:
Action & Adventure - General
Subject:
Teenage boys
Subject:
Motorcycle racing
Subject:
Children s-Sports Fiction-Extreme Sports
Copyright:
Series:
Take It to the Xtreme
Series Volume:
7
Publication Date:
20100131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
244
Dimensions:
7.18x4.28x.53 in. .41 lbs.
Age Level:
12-15

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Children's » Sports and Outdoors » Sports Fiction » Extreme Sports
Children's » Transportation » Motorcycles
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"Synopsis" by , Take a remote ranch near Spokane, Washington. Add a dirt-bike trail outfitter in need of junior guides. Now place the new guides- 15-year-old best friends Jake and Peter- in a trailer parked beside the ranch's motocross racetrack. It doesn't hurt, the boys figure, that their boss is a former motocross champion willing to coach them and drive them to local races. In fact, it all sounds like a perfect summer for Jake and Peter, who consider themselves the ideal team.

Peter is a freestyle maniac who hates doing bike maintenance. Jake dreams of being a motocross-race mechanic without having to race himself. They ignore warnings from their boss and his 15-year-old female ranch hand (also a motocross racer) that their over-reliance on each other won't work if they're ever separated. It takes a series of race and trail mishaps topped off by a natural disaster to convince the boys that the most successful dirt bikers understand their motorcycles inside and out.

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