KTM Snaps In Half
Local Rider breaks his KTM bike in 2 pieces after jumping the step down at
the Freeman Compound.
Filmed By Zan Freeman
Motocross Kid - Jumping, Crashing, and Racing
Jay Cramer from his start in motocross at age 2 1/2 up to 5 years old. From
his start Jay loved to go fast and continuously challenged himself to go faster and learn more about riding.
In this video Jay learns how to ride, jump, crash, and races for the first
time. We hope that this will encourage other riders to start their kids
training early and show that Motocross as a sport is family oriented and
just as safe as other conventional sports. We appreciate all our viewers
and subscribers! Jay is currently open to sponsorship, please send us a
YouTube message if interested.
Pocket bike start
A general idea of how to start your pocket bike.
1) Make sure the choke is in the closed position.
2) Drop the bike a few times on the back tires to get rid of any air
bubbles that may have formed.
3) Prime the engine using slow pulls.
4) Pull the cord at the same angle it is coming out of the pull start
assembly. Otherwise you will not be able to pull fast enough to start
engine, and may cause damage to the pull assembly. If you are lifting the
bike in the air, you are not pulling it at the right angle.
Rok Bagoros - picking up the KTM 690 Stunt Duke - The beginning
Rok Bagoros official facebook page:
After amazing and thrilling the international crowds on the KTM Duke 125,
Rok has now taken delivery of what is his first ever big bike and now has
to work on converting his tricks to suit the more powerful machine.
"There's a BIG difference between the two bikes," Rok said. "The bike has
five times more power then the Duke 125 and any mistake can result in a
crash, as I've already discovered. The bike has amazing power but I'm
slowly getting it under control. I have to remember that this is my first
big stunt bike and so I have to learn how to handle the extra power and
convert it into spectacular tricks that will be fun to do and thrilling for
Directed: Dominik Pelc
Filmed & edited: Dominik Pelc and Tomaž Hojnik from thoJnik
Music: Gramatik - I Really Do Believe