Here’s a pretty epic video that’ll probably put to shame anything gutsy you think you’ve done on your motorcycle. Check these guys out motorcycle surfing through some beautiful scenery at 50 mph (80 km/hr). You can watch it at up ...Read More »
Have you got a rear tire, money in your wallet, and a little peace, quiet, and fresh air? Learn how to do a burn out on your motorcycle and you can say good bye to all of that in an instant!Read More »
They say half a foot of snow is falling today, and they aren’t talking about the stuff you smoke, snort, or shoot. Mother nature’s own genuine white wet fluff snow. On Saturdays like these there’s not much you want to ...Read More »
Let's face it: it doesn't take anything to stand on the soap box and declare yourself awesome. Anyone can talk the talk, but it takes a special something to live up to the hype. I'm not sure if that something is confidence, coolness, or cojones. Maybe it's planning, perservearance, and practice. Maybe greatness is the sum of a whole lot of things aligning just right for you, like all of the gears turning in synch in your favorite motorcycle motor.
You're about to watch an incredible motorcycle stunting video with over five million hits. It's titled "Bikers Are Awesome", and as far as I'm concerned it lives up to the hype. The three riders (Jeremy Merires, Thomas Sagnier, Kevin Parussini) from Switch Riders are incredibly talented. They exhibit a tremendous amount of balance, control, precision, and timing. This isn't just a motorcycle stunting video, it's the benchmark for all motorcycle stunting videos to come.
Motorcycle stunt bikes are like an undead version of their former supersport selves. Mutated, mutilated, and deprecated, the stunt bike is sometimes a rattier version of what it used to be... other times, it's a much meaner, grittier, and sharper machine. The stunt bikes are as unique as their individual riders. The modifications are as bold as his or her's courage (and bank account) allow.
There are 10 key modifications stunters seem to agree on when it comes to what your bike needs to help you live up to your full potential, and we've got them here.