Jaco Destroying it in Florida! Rev-limiter, highchair, combo's - Polish style on Florida concrete.
American stunters, start dusting off the ol' stuntbike because two rad events are on the stunt calendar for Febraury in Florida. StuntWars 10th Anniversary U.S. Open and a new event "StuntJams" are going down and both events are talking about their own TV series.
The fourth and final round of the 2011 Stuntwars series went down this weekend in Orlando. The top competitors like Luke Duke, Jesse Toler and Twite showed up to entertain the crowds and battle for their place on the podium.
Stuntwars has came and gone yet again. This time the Orlando pavement was graced with the presence of Polish super-star Rafal "$tunter13" Pasierbek, who smashed the competition to take first, even on a borrowed bike.
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It was a pristine Florida day, blue skies, the occasional cloud floated over the sun and the sound of motorcycles on the rev limiter floated over the Florida racetrack. StuntWars 2011 had full grand stands, a bustling vendor area and a handful of qualified riders shaking off the rust of winter with the first competition of the year.
Bill Dixon took first away from Jesse Toler by 5' this year at StuntWars. With a questionable "curved" competition area, the riders were required to carve thier endos - if they plan on going the distance.
Sickest trick at StuntWars 2011 took place at the end of the day for a very specific reason: to make riders feel comfortable potentially wadding their bikes. Fortunately (or unfortunately - however you look at it) no bikes were wadded, but every rider went all out trying to impress the crowds and judges.