The name Jorian Ponomareff may not be all that familiar to some. In fact, we’ve never heard of him before this video, but his amazing drifting skills have made him quite a sensation and we decided it was time to learn a little something about him.
Jorian Ponomareff started his motorcycle training when he was 14 years old and got his first two-wheeler. Since then, he has become one of the best stunt drivers in the world. He became so good that he is now traveling all over the world performing his skills in shows that can only be described as amazing.
After years of training and no doubt, thousands of falls, one can perfect a skill and Ponomareff’s dedication to the craft has made him an impressive stunt driver and entertainer. Enjoy the video!
What in the world, right? It’s supposed to be a tricycle of sorts, only that it’s got a Hemi for an engine, it can do sick burnouts, and it comes in a gargantuan design that defies any form of coherent descriptions. And while we’re at a loss as to how to come up with adjectives to describe this monstrosity, it’s owner, Tim Cotterill - he calls his baby the ’Rocket II’, for obvious reasons - is just all too happy to take this bad boy out for a ride.
At this point, whatever word that comes out of our mouths is pretty much irrelevant by now because there’s really no describing this piece of work. So, we’ll just let the video do the talking for us. Watch and enjoy!
See what happens when a Honda National Motos pit crew member unintentionally drops gasoline all over a Honda CBR1000RR right after refueling. The bike had participated to the race up until that point, so the red hot exhaust acted as a spark, igniting the racing motorcycle just as the team members were trying to clean it up.
Last month at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, Jason McVicar of Vancouver experienced a crash from the Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 as he was establishing the speed record for the fastest production motorcycle ever: 391 km/h.
What makes the story even more amazing is the fast that it survived the crush without serious injury. We can’t say the same thing about its bike though as it was bended, disintegrated and burned as a result of the amazingly fast accident.
During the years, we’ve kept you informed on everything that was new, outrageous and about everything that broke the rules and now we’ve come across this video which, through its slides, brings those bikes back to your memory and others more. So enjoy!
Usually, the stunts that we post have only happy endings and often break a world record, but this is no usual stuff! In this video which shows a stunt attempt the bike’s wheels miss the ramp, but the rider doesn’t and he slides all the way to its top.
„URAL is a unique classic sidecar motorcycle for family recreational and off-road riding. Sidecar wheel drive on several models makes Ural only one street legal ATV.”
This kind of description you get if you search on Google for IMZ Ural. After watching the commercial video, I asked myself: where is that „unique classic sidecar motorcycle for family recreational and off-road riding” in this video? Or maybe in Russia, riding with your father while handing the machine gun in front of you is considered like family fun?
Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t this video too .... what should I call it? Oh yeah. Not appropriate for a commercial video?
Have you ever imagined a motorcycle on steroids? I mean, thirty feet (9 metres) long, ten feet (3 metres) high and weighing as much as a school bus kind of a motorcycle beast? Yes, that’s the beast from the photo above. It’s a 13 ton/ 28 660 pound two-wheeler designed and built in Perth, Australia, by the stunt driver Ray Baumann which has spent the last 3 years developing what appears to be a world first. The "Monster Motorbike from Hell" is powered by a Detroit Diesel truck (...) More
Motorcycle builders always try to keep their bike’s weight as low as possible in order to best value the engine’s power and prove efficient and great performing. But sometimes people feel like breaking the rules and I can’t find a better example than "the Led Zeppelin".