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Motorcycle stunt riding, often referred to as stunting, is a motorcycle
sport characterized by stunts involving acrobatic maneuvering of the
motorcycle and sometimes the rider. Common maneuvers in stunt riding
include wheelies, stoppies, and burnouts. Sport bikes have become a common
vehicle for stunts.
Motorcycle sport is a broad field that encompasses all sporting aspects of
motorcycling. The disciplines are not all "races" or timed-speed events, as
several disciplines test a competitor's various riding skills.
Stunters are a controversial subculture of motorcycling. Stunters perform
motorcycle stunts on sportbikes, both on public roads and in private
venues. Some stunters have organized commercial teams.
Main article: Motorcycle racing
Motorcycle racing (also known as moto racing and bike racing) is a
motorcycle sport involving racing motorcycles. Motorcycle racing can be
divided into two categories, tarmac-based road disciplines and off road.
Main article: Track racing
Track racing is a motorcycle sport where teams or individuals race
opponents around an oval track. There are differing variants, with each
variant racing on a different surface type.
A road rally is a navigation event on public roads whereby competiors must
visit a number of checkpoints in diverse geographical locations while still
obeying road traffic laws (not to be confused with car rallies such as
Main article: Motorcycle_speedway
Speedway is a motorcycle sport in which the motorcycles have one gear and
Main article: Motorcycle land speed record
Land Speed is where a single rider accelerates over a 1 to 3-mile (4.8 km)
long straight track (usually on dry lake beds) and is timed for top speed
through a trap at the end of the run. The rider must exceed the previous
top speed record for that class or type of bike for their name to be placed
on the record books. See— for an example.
Main article: Enduro
Enduro is not exactly racing, because the main objective is to traverse a
series of checkpoints, arriving exactly "on time" in accordance with your
beginning time and the time it is supposed to take to arrive at each
checkpoint. The courses are usually run over thick wooded terrain,
sometimes with large obstacles such as logs, ditches, and sudden drops.
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A wheelie on a motorized vehicle is nothing new. In drag racing they are
considered a problem, robbing power that could be used to accelerate the
vehicle faster, and many classes
of drag racing use wheelie bars to prevent them.
But those are for vehicles specifically built for drag racing, which rarely
are street-legal, or unmodified from stock. In contrast, since at least the
1970s, some motorcycles straight from the showroom floor were able to be
In the late 1980s and continuing today, motorcycles, and especially
sportbikes, have become lighter and more powerful, and have therefore
become easier to wheelie. Other stunts have also become possible if not
easy with the advancement of motorcycle technology. As Martin Child wrote
in Bike, "With lighter, shorter, better-braked bikes on the market, the
stoppie has never been so easy for so many." But at the same time, the
cost of a motorcycle has remained relatively low compared to other
street-legal vehicles with similar power-to-weight ratios.
In the 1990s some riders made performing stunts the primary focus of their
riding. A wheelie or other stunt was not just something to do while riding,
it became the main goal in riding.