This guy takes every single ledge as a challenge when training in the city on its trial motorcycle and the results are simply fabulous. It doesn’t stay in one place too much so that it won’t create a crowd and because the city architecture has a lot to offer, it wouldn’t be in its advantage anyway.
What I like about this video is the fact that it doesn’t try to present the guy as an expert, but as an experienced rider who, normally, makes errors. What would you give in order to have the ability to do what this character does and experience as much as he does in a single day of city riding? I’d sure give a lot!
I understand if you feel like riding on the back wheel all day and I can also understand the “pleasure” of riding in the rain, but bringing your own source of water in order to do this is a little out of my understanding capabilities. I guess it is easier to lose grip and the tire doesn’t wear that much, but I’d rather spend money on a rear tire than on medicine. Even so, the guy is a real showman.
Training for the 2008 edition of the Festival of Speed is Dougie Lampkin which is allowed to make a round of Goodwood House and it does it in the best way it can: on a trial motorcycle.
The ride offers viewers of the video the opportunity to get a feel of the objects and people inside, exactly how they are. Even better is that they see it through a motorcyclists eyes and that is pretty much how they’ve perceive it anyway.
The trial champion makes an impressive incursion composed of many wheelies, stoppies and 90 degree turns from one move and it is very enjoyable to watch, even though I think it missed lost it on the narrow stairs area, just before reaching the roof. But why don’t you check it out yourself?
It is everything for the show and it seems that the rider in this video definitely enjoys standing out from the crowd. It simply has itself set on fire and quickly does a tricky wheelie in order to keep the flames from surrounding it. I think at the movie “Ghost Rider” each time I see it and tend to associate this living torch with Nicolas Cage.
Brandy Valdez, a professional motorcyclist and almost a stunt man on its Kawasaki, makes us believe that everything is possible and that our daughters will soon ask for our bikes instead of our cars. The age (18 years old) is no barrier between it and the stunts, but we can only sit and enjoy how a passion grows together with each mistake and eventual fall sown in the video. Way to go!
Aspiring stuntman will be definitely attracted by this invention. The brilliant machinery will help you learn how to do a wheelie in complete safety. It is composed from a stock Honda CBR600F4i and a support which allows it to spin the rear wheel way above ground and with no risks involved.
Everybody is still enthusiastic about the 2008 Honda CBR1000RR and from time to time, our friends from Special film their courageous wheelies and track incursions in order to give a short brief before the big test. Enjoy!
Stuntman Craig Jones enjoys a few tricks on tricky surface: ICE! And if you’re thinking what I was thinking when I first got this movie, I have to tell you that yes, the nails in the tires do all of that possible. Impressive!
Have you ever prepared a kiss for so long? Or have you even tried to kiss so many ladies in one day? The guy in this video clearly did both and although the girls seem to like him and he’s no stranger to the handlebars, things don’t always go perfect. Check it out!