How low can you go? Stunter13 has been getting down and dirty with his drift skills, so low that he can drag his entire forearm.
Tigrou, a French rider who has been pioneering crazy combos for years, posted up his latest straightline concoction October 16th: straightline spreader to frog. While this trick isn't 100% new, what's new is Tig not stalling with the clutch like explained here.
Static Moto is running an XDL Indy Sale on all their frames. Order from now until XDL Indy, August and get a $100 discount. If you FIND Aaron Twite, owner of Static Moto at XDL Indy you can get a $200 discount. Static Moto frames start at $1,150 for a half frame - so if you meet up with Mr. Twite at Indy you could nab your own custom frame for under 1k. Check out Staticmoto.com for more info.
Jorian brought in another underground sport to add a unique aspect to his newest video. Working with Montepellier based artist Antonin Grenier http://antonin-grenier-photo.com/ to do a majority of the camera work and Break dancer "Bboy Keemo," Jorian produced a fun video that appeals to more than just stunt riders.
Drift cars, military trucks and Stunter13! This combination produces a very unique video full of crazy car drifts and amazing Polish stunts.
The Stunt Grand Prix took place on August 6-8 in Bydgoszcz, Poland, a city in Northern Poland. With judges from all over Europe, including stunting’s great AC Farias, the event took great caution to put on a professional and serious competition. In hopes of spreading more Stunt Grand Prix events throughout Europe in the future the event brought on a host of impressive sponsors such as BMW motor company and even produced a TV spot to promote the event.