A book for motorcycle junkies who see destinations as an excuse to carve corners on twisting, forested mountain roads and find beautiful, unexpected scenery in out-of-the-way places. Apparently the best part of Arkansas to ride is the part that is northwest of a line drawn from the southwest to the northeast corner, so that area is what is covered in this here book. The author praises Arkansas’ department of transportation for winding a lot of asphalt around and not through a great deal of the states’ natural splendor, a nuisance to people looking for direct routes but ideal for riding. Intriguing. By Mario Caruso. Spiral-bound, 5.75"×8.5", 144 pp., b/w illus.