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.
Mountains & Mud 5 Film Trailer - WATCH THE FULL LENGTH FILM ON TAHOEFILMS.COM
AN EPIC 4X4 QUAD FILM.
Award-winning film director Thomas Opre takes you on another wild 4x4 quad
ride. No sand in this movie -- just big mountains, rough rocks and deep
mud. Opre travels with his cameras catching epic 4x4 quad action throughout
North America. New features include utility quad riders Ron Wilert
(Alberta), Jack Whelan (California), and Bayou Snorkel's Brian Robertson
(Louisiana), plus the I-45 Race Team (Texas) and the Zollinger brothers
from ZBroz Racing (Utah). Mountains & Mud has been nominated every year for
the Extremy Award for Best Quad Film. Don't miss the film series which
started the 4x4 quad craz!
Full length film is available at http://www.tahoefilms. com
Top Fuel Nitro Motorcycle Import vs Harley - Larry "Spiderman" Mcbride 5.83et @ 232mph
Dragbike Live was on location at the Manufacturers Cup Finals held November
12-14 2010 at South Georgia Motorsports Park in Georgia when Top Fuel Nitro
motorcycle legendary drag racer Larry "Spiderman" Mcbride against V-Twin
Top Fuel Harley rider Tommy Grimes aboard the Ray Price Top Fuel Nitro
entry met in the final round. Mcbride ran an incredible 5.830 elapsed time
at 232.75 miles per hour for the win! This was a historic final
round,marking the first time a V-Twin Top Fuel Nitro burner would face off
against an import Top Fuel Nitro Methane injected drag bike.
Jordan playing around on his CR85. A little too powerful for the yard.
Motocross Kids Rippin On Dirt Bikes (part 1)
To be good racing a dirt bike it takes a ton of practice! So the day after
racing, Revin, Talin and friend Dillion Grantz take to the Lucas Oil MX
track for some more seat time. All these boys race with Moto x Kidz and
battle each weekend for the win! Best of all they are friends and love
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15 year old on 1400cc dirt bike wins King of the Hill
http://www.lpmotocross.com/ Red Wing Motorcycle Hillclimb May 2011
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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.
RocketBoy Motocross - Jay Cramer of Texas Jumping, Crashing, & Racing
Rocketboy Jay Cramer riding at ages 6-7. Jay has recieved lots of requests
new videos of his progress. This is just a tiny clip of the hard work he
has put in over the last 2 years. Jay got his start in motocross at age 2
1/2. From then on, he loved to go fast and continuously challenged himself
to get even faster and learn more
about riding. We hope that his progress will encourage other riders and
thier parents to start kids training early and also show that Motocross is
family oriented sport and with proper safety measures in place, it is just
as safe as other more conventional sports. We appreciate all our viewers
and subscribers! Jay is currently seeking both corporate and local business
sponsorship, please send a YouTube message for details if interested.