2013 Kawasaki ZX-6R Stuntbike! Jason Britton Shows Off His Sport - On Two Wheels Episode 28
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Super Streetbike Magazine takes you
behind the bike and into the world of freestyle stunt riding through the
eyes of one of the sports most recognized riders, factory-sponsored Jason
Britton. Stunting is not what it used to be. Big name sponsors, factory
support and viral videos have legitimized this wild world of wheelies,
stoppies, drifts and more. New bike technology and aftermarket parts have
helped stunt riders raise the bar. Will the 2013 Kawasaki ZX-6R (636)
become the most sought after stunt platform available? Find out what Jason
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Jason Britton Team No Limit Stunt Show @ Progressive International Motorcycle Show
Now an expert rider, Britton has taken his riding talent and skills in
extreme sports to a new art form. He takes on challenging Hollywood roles
in films such as "Torque" (doubling for Ice Cube) and stunt work in "Biker
Boys," and "Waist Deep."
Jason is the currently hosting "SuperBikes" and is the Executive Editor of
2Wheel Tuner Magazine. Even with all his success, Jason still keeps it
real. Now a seasoned rider/entertainer, he still finds the time to collect
bikes and make extreme videos.
Stealth Rider with Jason Britton
Jason Britton is igniting his insatiable passion for riding motorcycles by
returning to his roots and shooting the ultimate stunt film.
Jason and his team jump in the bus and tour the country to "steal" shots in
front of the most iconic backdrops they can manage. Planned like a robbery
but carried out safely and professionally,
Jason and his team get motorcycle stunt riding shots in unimaginable
locations like the art museum steps of Philadelphia and the French Quarter
of New Orleans, to name a few.
Along the way they'll meet and spotlight the local motorcyclists, carve
through America's great rides and pick up some stories to remember.
Jason Britton - Anatomy of a Stuntbike
Stunt bikes are the pariahs of the motoworld. Most of their kind are born
only after the complete demise of their former beautiful selves. Mechanized
zombies prowling the parking lots and after-hours intersates of Anytown,
USA. And we love them all. We love them for their purpose-crafted
hideousness. We love them for their 'rattitude' and primered plastics. We
are endeared to them because they speak volumes about the street struggle.
But theirs is not the first struggle. Many years ago there was
another battle taking place around the sprawl of the LA basin. Its champion
was Jason Britton. Piloting Gixxers and TL1000Ss, he helped lay the
groundwork for a paradigm shift in the sportbike world. He changed the way
certain, more progressive manufacturers viewed their engineering and
marketing programs. Ultimately, he helped change the fundamentals of what
was possible aboard a sportbike.
When it comes to his personal bike setup, Jason will be the first to admit
that he is particular. Very Particular. Whether it's his stunt bikes or his
stable of roadrace and dirt bikes, setup is everything to Jason. And
appearance. Maintaining a clean and professional bike is a huge part of
Jason's marketing plan for his No Limit freestyle exhibition team. His
bikes feature a slew of the industry's tastiest components. If a part
exists that can help elevate his game, you can bet that you'll find it on
Jason's bike. Oddly enough, for a rider that spares no expense when
outfitting his ride, Jason runs completely stock suspension components. He
claims that the factory Kawi suspension is bomber quality stuff and capable
of handling the abuse that his riding levies on the bike. After four years
of watching him punish his Ninjas, we believe him. Check out the video for
a sampling of Jason and Eric Hoenshell putting their bikes to the test.
A fast drive on the Autobahn A1 with a BMW 730d, Part 1: From Bremen to Hamburg
Since my Autobahn videos have become kind of a favourite to many visitors
of my channel, I decided to do a really nice, long and fast Autobahn run
(If you want to skip the speed-limited beginning, go directly to 11:10
So I chose to drive from a gas station west of Bremen to Hamburg, through
the Elbtunnel and back again to Wilhelmshaven. This video was taken on an
early Sunday morning, which means almost no traffic and hardly any trucks.
The car is a BMW 730d with 258 HP. I drove a distance of 340 kilometers in
roughly 110 minutes, which means an average speed of 185 km/h. This
resulted in a fuel consumption of 14.71 liters/100 km, or -- for our
American friends -- 16 MPG.
Considering it is a 2-ton car, that still had winter tyres mounted and that
it was a very windy day (as you can tell from the constant corrections of
the steering wheel), that is an okay result for a diesel, especially if you
bring to mind, that long stretches of road where done at 240 km/h -- which
by the way is perfectly legal in Germany.
The mounted winter tyres are limited to 240 km/h, so for safety reasons I
hardly exceeded that speed, even though the car is good for 255 on the
If you want to enjoy the German Autobahn like this, too, an early Sunday
morning -- starting at sunrise in the summer -- is the best time to do it.
That is about the only time, when you have enough space to really floor it.
The A1 from Bremen to Hamburg was recently reconditioned and expanded to 3
lanes per direction, which means the tarmac is less than a year old and
thus still very smooth and even. The newly-paved part begins at 10:05 min.
When there was a speed limited, I mostly used the radar-guided cruise
control. And if you wonder, why there is a speed limit of 120 km/h on a
perfectly fine three-lane Autobahn at the beginning of the video, it's
because of the state of Bremen. The Green Party is part of the government
there, which means for ideological reasons they implemented a general 120
km/h speed limit within the city limits of Bremen. But as soon as the
Autobahn goes into the state of Lower Saxony again, the speed limit is
On normal days it hardly matters, because traffic on the A1 is usually so
tight, that you cannot go faster
anyway. But on a Sunday morning joyride like this it really bothers.
This is a three-parter. Parts 2 (Hamburg to Bremen) and 3 (Delmenhorst to
Wilhelmshaven) will follow soon.