Ridge Motorsports Park ZX6RR 5/19/13
First track day of 2013, and a new bike. It's a 2006 ZX6RR ex-supersport
race bike. This was the last session of the weekend, with lap times
comparable to last year's best.
1:33 First hot lap
13:38 Wheelie of joy
14:54 "That was the youtube session. I passed everybody."
Oggy breaks every traffic law known to man
rob and i coming home from telegraph. Dewd kept killin my bike.Even got my
kick stand!hahaha. then i mobbed up to Murrieta. got there in 43 minutes.
hahha and got pulled over trying to shave some time off on the way back.
Kawasaki's 636! Riding the Refined 2013 ZX-6R - On Two Wheels Episode 23
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Sport Rider Magazine's Bradley Adams
takes a closer look at the 2013 Kawasaki ZX-6R and sees how it separates
itself from the 2012 ZX-6R. Team Green has taken a completely different
approach to the design of its new middleweight powerhouse; but do the many
changes, including a 37cc bump in displacement, Nissin monobloc brakes and
Showa Separate Function Big Piston fork, combine to make a noticeable
difference at the track or on the street?
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2003 Kawasaki zx6rr
Kawasaki ninja modifications new Led turn signals and new set of sliders.
Already looks good.
a new back tire and rim reflectors.
2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 Motorcycle Crash Lowside, Live Oak, Trabuco Canyon, CA (Season: WINTER, Jan)
Rough way to start the year for this new rider. I recorded this earlier,
but didn't post it until I got permission from the dude that crashed since
he is someone I know. I have my own opinion about the crash and I'm sure
that people will state their opinions as well. I hope that those that do
watch this video will learn something from it so that it may help someone
down the road.
If you don't have anything constructive or helpful to say, please keep it
to yourself. The rider that crashed survived and is recovered. Not sure
if you noticed, but there are crosses and shrines at the base of a tree
behind that guard rail. I didn't notice them until we were stopped.
With that being said... Ride at your own pace. Anything that might upset
you to be uncomfortable or make the bike unstable, slow down. Ride canyons
no more than 70%-80% of your capability so that you have something to fall
back on, never go all out in the canyons. If you are a new rider, avoid
canyons until after you've logged 3,000-5,000 miles on the odometer. Can't
stress the importance of ATGATT.
Rider sustained a fractured left hand with minor abrasions. Rider is fully
Helmet, chest protector, shorty gloves, and boots. Doubled up on
winderbreaker jackets, longjohn thermal leggings, and jeans were torn up
but weathered most of the slide in gravel resulting in minor abrasions
only. Chest protector plate weathered most of the chest impact and slide to
1 snappd fork, 1 bent fork, shattered front rim, punctured radiator, bent
shift lever, shattered upper fairing, cracked lower fairings, right
headlight, and left front turn signal. Front wheel was wedged up again the
headers, thus front wheel was locked. With the front wheel locked and rear
wheel in gear, bike had to be dragged.