Even policemen get headshake and this one doesn't end pretty!
David Boyd normally does not fail on a motorcycle, but even stunt super-stars have their "fail" every so often. Check Boyd take a hard fall after bringing up an endo a bit too tall. Hope he was able to walk away from that one.
Tony Carbajal does not play when it comes to endos, this picture is proof. On the edge of your seat yet?
Oh the pain in a stunt-fail without a helmet or any other gear to speak of. This guy goes for a one-handed endo and ends up with a face-full of asphalt.
Some parts on a stuntbike are upgraded because they "feel better" or "look better." Upgrading your 2003-2004 Kawasaki ZX-6R forks is common becuase running the 03-04's is a bit like playing Russian Roulette.
Let's be real here people, we stunt motorcycles so we're no stranger to injuries. Injuries small or large can effect your desire to get back on the bike and your pyschical and mental readiness to rip the throttle again. We asked Teach and Toler who are both recovering from recent injuries of their own for some tips to be back on your bike in pro-shape.
What is funnier than three dudes on a sportbike? Three dudes crashing a sportbike. I mean...who thought that was a good idea?
While I'm not the most advanced drifter, I just started trying drifts out of 180 endos to add some speed and craziness to my practice. At first I had problems breaking the rear tire loose and instead I would just do a wheelie.