Stunts EPIC motorcycle and dirt bike compilation - part 3
Part 3 of this epic compilation of motorcycle, scooter, and dirt bike
crashes or fails.
From Dual sport, motards, scooters, Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and
Honda racing bikes or crotch rockets.
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Watch dirt bike stunts, crazy stunts, bike tricks, and motorcycle wheelies.
Motorcycle stunt riding, sometimes referred to as simply stuntriding, 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.
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.
Stunters are a controversial subculture of motorcycling. Stunters perform
motorcycle stunts on sportbikes, both on public roads and in private
venues. Some stunters even have organized commercial teams.
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kawasaki zx7r smiley burnout :-)
time for a new tire so burning off the old one !
bike is a
2000 kawasaki zx7r
akrapovic racing line
and couple more goodies
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.