Yesterday’s blog post featured one of the sickest short movies we’ve seen of a car and a motorcycle engaged in a drift battle. We were really impressed with the way the Kawasaki ZX-10 performed and wondered what bike would be used for the sequel. After some research, we found out that the next short film will feature the Triumph Speed Triple with an extended swingarm kit from Roaring Toyz. We can’t wait to see how this bad boy performs. Check out the pictures and let us know what you think by commenting below.
Oh yea, happy Friday!
What’s better to spice up your slow Tuesday than a drifting video from a stunt rider? If you haven’t heard of Jorian Ponomareff, pay attention. This is a name the motorcycle world will begin to recognize regularly.
Check out this video of Jorian putting his drifting skills to the test:
If tricks are your thing, there’s probably no better thrill than driving the Ducati Hypermotard 1100. Weighing in at 377 pounds, wheelies are unavoidable. The EVO SP comes equipped with premium Pirelli Diablo SuperCorsa SP tires that glue you to the road. This bike is definitely an excellent combination of dirt biking and street ridding with its 95 horsepower and 80 ft/lbs of torque.
In our endless effort to help you be the coolest rider on the block, we constantly comb the web for cool how-to videos on the most popular tricks around. Last week, we showed you how to pop a Wheelie and now it’s time to show you how to do it backwards with a trick called the Stoppie. We felt it was only appropriate that if we show you how to get that front tire in the air for a period of time, we should show you how to get that back one up. This trick requires a high level of precision and no one does it better than our friend Chris Pfeiffer. Check out this cool video on how to properly maintain your back wheel in the air. Remember kids, safety first, so do NOT try this at home. Enjoy responsibly!
When it comes to performing tricks on a motorcycle there are two things you must have: skill and guts. Here at Extrememoto, we highly recommend that you posses a higher level of skill than guts in order to achieve such tricks safely. Today we want to take you back to a childhood favorite, the Wheelie. This trick has been helping kids get their first playground dates for decades and we thought it would be a great idea to show you how it’s done, big boy-style. In this video, professional streetbike freestyle rider Chris Pfeiffer, takes you through the steps to achieving a proper Wheelie on a motorcycle. Though it is sure to impress all viewers, we highly recommend you do NOT try this at home. It’s much better to watch the video from the comfort of your couch than the hospital bed of the nearest emergency room. With that said, enjoy responsibly!