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Love it Drifting on a bike great idea. Not realy a fan of the stunting parts but cool any way.
Also show what a pretty girl can do LOL
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He's good, probably a little crazy too, but definitely good.

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Wow - he sure understands the limits of traction far better than I.
 

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Does make me wonder how many bikes he cracked up before he got that good??
 

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The only part of that I could do is fall off the bike while lookin at the blonde :ROFL:
 

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Does make me wonder how many bikes he cracked up before he got that good??
That's the part I want a video of!! That sort of content needs to be shown. I'm always getting the random student in my MSF course that wants to be a stunter (has barely learned to ride yet). :dumb:



I tell them to go buy a cheap dirt bike and learn off the pavement before they destroy several thousand dollars of sportbike.
 

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My police officer friends who ride for the Knoxville Police Dept. say they drop the bikes countless times becoming proficient riders and they pale in comparison to this guy. He has spent many hours practicing and crashing to become that good.

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That was awesome
 

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Damn He's good.
 

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I saw the show when Icon's team No Limits did that, and I think this might be a clip from that show. I believe they were filming in Texas at the time. It took the stunt rider a few tries to make it happen, but it was a pretty cool stunt.

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WoW to be young and bullet proof again.
 

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2 minutes and 59 seconds of cool...The diffence between him and me, I'd have the girl on the bike.. oh, and he can really ride ..:ROFL:thank you for this post, awesome..:applause:
 

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Love this stuff, thanks for sharing.

I've watched lots of stunts over the last few years now that it has become more mainstream, but I've never seen anyone play with rear wheel traction like that. I get bored with people doing static or straight line burnouts but this guy's figures make it very compelling.

(Yes, they routinely drop their bikes, even when they are proficient, which is why they add those plastic polymer sliders and crash cages around the frame.)
 

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There is talent there without a doubt, at least he uses his talent in the right place. Great video! I can only think of the pain I would have if I tried any of that.
 
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