Pulsar Stunt Guide - Christ
The name says it all, doesn't it? This aptly titled stunt involves the
rider standing on the seat or the tank and balancing the bike with the legs
and body, spreading arms, imitating Christ on the holy cross.
Don't forget to look up to the heavens in gratitude after you have done
this one successfully.
Pulsar Stunt Guide - Stoppie
The biker lifts the rear wheel of the bike in the air while keeping the
front wheel stationed on the ground.
Getting the rider's body in the dead center of the bike is crucial in
performing the perfect stoppie
Pulsar Stunt Guide - Rolling Burnout
A Rolling Burnout is an advance Burnout. While the front wheel remains
motionless, the bike inches forward in a straight line or in a circle. The
latter is also called a donut.
The motion is achieved through easing the pressure on the front brakes.
Pulsar Stunt Guide - Rolling Stoppie
A rolling stoppie is a step ahead of the stoppie. This stunt is a stoppie
in motion. Transferring the weight forward in order to provide momentum is
the most important aspect to get the stoppie rolling
Pulsar Stunt Guide - Skitch
Skitch involves the biker getting off the bike and stepping down to one
side while the bike is in motion. As the stunt progresses the biker leans
onto the bike with his feet dragging on the ground. The rubber has burnt
enough. Let your boots feel the heat now.
A Skitch can be performed on either sides of the bike, so choose the side
you are comfortable with.
Stunter Sessions- How to Wheelie part 1
XDL Champion Nick Apex and Ernie Vigil show us how the wheelie is done.
Whether you're an aspiring stunter or a racer that just wants to know how
to win a race in style. Obviously, riding motorcycles is a dangerous sport.
Always wear the correct safety gear and never ride over your abilities.
Pulsar Stunt Guide - Nohander Wheelie
This one is definitely not for the faint hearted. The no hander wheelie can
be done in most of the wheelie positions but the ideal position would be
the half old school.
The biker starts off doing a half old school wheelie, one leg rested on the
12 O'clock bar this time, and the other on the front right foot peg. Usage
of the leaning posture and the rear brakes is very important for sustaining
How to Do a Christ?
How To Do Christ In Pulsar?
How To Do a Christ?
Step By Steps Information
Pulsar Do It Yourself - Clutch Adjustment
There's a lot more to being a Pulsar Maniac than just riding fast. You've
got to know your bike inside out. We've made a few videos that will help
you understand your bike better and will train you to fix it yourself in
those rare but tough times.
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