Standing on your gas tank is something that always makes the crowds go wild. What's truly wild is - how easy the stunt actually is. Leah tells you how to do this motorcycle stunt and here are a few of the highlights from the video:
Jason Britton talks about stunt riding and his career for an episode of "On Two Wheels." Jason gives a great perspective on what stunt riding is today and where the sport came from. No better person to break down this industry than one of the men who helped create it!
Street fighter vs full fairing, it boils down to a style preference BUT if you’re thinking full fairing is the way you should roll, there are a few technical differences to take into consideration.
We remember when riders first started smashing churros - sometime in late 2009 people got the hang of standing on the tank steering their motorcycles with their left foot. Churros really added to the acro game, you could jump to churro from a 180 endo, adding to the flow and style of your riding without having to resort to the same-old, tired, christ.
Our freind Joe "Dr. MotoKawi" had a run-in with the dark side of stunting a few weeks ago. While our sport can be relatively safe, crashes do happen and it's good to be prepared for the worst. Here Joe explains what happened and how he started his road to recovery. We will be checking in with him again soon, but you can follow his progress and send him some words of encouragement on his Tumblr or Twitter.
Name: "Rowdy" Rodney Sargent Location: (USA) Atlanta Georgia Bikes: 2004 Kawi 636 & stoppie killer TBA soon (but its 160hp)Years stuntriding: 10
Finding, keeping and getting invited back to the stunt spot can be a tricky thing. Especially if you’re just learning to ride. This article will explain the reasons why no one wants to invite the new kid out to the spot and how to act in a way that might eventually get you an invitation.
To be a stunter you must be creative. This is a pretty DYI sport and the top riders are literally writing the book of stunting everyday.
Psyching yourself out can be a serious issue for riders. This video shows a rider who momentarily psyches himself out while learning acid drops - but gets over it within the session and ends up nailing it in the end. If you're in a funk with a new trick that has "gotten in your head" try one of the following tricks to get yourself back on your game.
It's snowing and -10 degrees outside, while most of us are rewatching Drift2 for the 823th time, Stunter13 is practicing his switchback drifting.