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Old 10-23-2014, 01:32 PM   #1
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Question How to be a stunt rider

I've always wanted to stunt and I started off by doing clutch wheelies on my previous zx6r but never advanced passed that.
I couldn't find a thread here for starters and general info
I need the help from the stunt riders here on how to start off and where to get some training and advice. I'm willing to pay for classes if that's available.
I have an R1 now and I'm afraid to make a mistake by practicing on it �� it's my baby and can't see it hurt lol
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Old 10-23-2014, 01:38 PM   #2
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I've always wanted to stunt and I started off by doing clutch wheelies on my previous zx6r but never advanced passed that.
I couldn't find a thread here for starters and general info
I need the help from the stunt riders here on how to start off and where to get some training and advice. I'm willing to pay for classes if that's available.
I have an R1 now and I'm afraid to make a mistake by practicing on it �� it's my baby and can't see it hurt lol
First off, if ya don't want to hurt your baby... then dont stunt it.

Second, if you MUST stunt then find an empty back rd and practice
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Old 10-23-2014, 01:41 PM   #3
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I'm not afraid of hurting my body. I've seen many people starting on dirt bikes, mini bikes, grom, 250's, or 600's
I need advice what's a good way to start and some guidance and how to do it right ��
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I'm not afraid of hurting my body. I've seen many people starting on dirt bikes, mini bikes, grom, 250's, or 600's
I need advice what's a good way to start and some guidance and how to do it right ��
He meant your bike not your body
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Personally I would find a cheap dirtbike to learn on instead of learning on your R1.
You will drop it. Likely more than once.
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He meant your bike not your body
he con nat read correctly
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Personally I would find a cheap dirtbike to learn on instead of learning on your R1.
You will drop it.
I've been watching this ad for awhile for the same thing.

http://houston.craigslist.org/mcy/4680661465.html
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he con nat read correctly
Hahahahahaha im at work. I read it as body cause that's what everyone always talk about when they mention stunts
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Hahahahahaha im at work. I read it as body cause that's what everyone always talk about when they mention stunts
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Old 10-23-2014, 02:04 PM   #10
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I'm not afraid of hurting my body. I've seen many people starting on dirt bikes, mini bikes, grom, 250's, or 600's
I need advice what's a good way to start and some guidance and how to do it right ��
Buy a 50. Learn balance point. Pm grubzx or prodigy on this forum.

Ever been to that place what's it called? ASI

Just joking about ASI
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I've been watching this ad for awhile for the same thing.

http://houston.craigslist.org/mcy/4680661465.html
something like that would be perfect.

Hey Iraqi, you should check that link out.
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something like that would be perfect.

Hey Iraqi, you should check that link out.
Hmmmm I'll keep an eye on this ad and see
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My grom has helped me a lot with pulling wheelies for longer periods of time and playing with the balance point on my r6.

Also rolling stoppies im getting better too because of my Grom
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