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Now this is skill

Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by smee, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. #1 smee, Jun 26, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
    May have been posted before I dunno but wow I wish I could ride like this bloke
    [media=youtube]EchPDfdUmGs[/media]


     
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  2. Thanks Smee, Great Vid. It would be awesome to have those skills. Practice Practice Practice I suppose.=D>
     
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  3. Skills in memorising the course. That's freaky, how the hell can they memorise that many turns?
     
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  4. Good work.

    Take good note of the handlebars. They're the same deal for most of the bikes doing these sorts of courses.
     
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  5. I can't ride a 600 one tenth that good :shock:
     
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  6. hmm reckon he could pass the MOST test? :shock:
     
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  7. Not sure Goz..he'd be doing figures 8's out of habit when asked to do E-Braking ;)

    Amazing coordination, handling..and I guess the rider sees circles in his sleep from memorizing that course !
     
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  8. All done with mirrors.

    Only comes in handy around schools when mums are dropping the kids off.
     
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  9. very nice, and on a 1400 too
     
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  10. #10 Loz, Jun 27, 2010
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  11. #11 devochka, Jun 27, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
    Can anyone tell what type/size of bikes they are?

    Do we have little track and/or comps like that in Australia?

    :-k
    Huh?




    So the rider in this clip has better handling? (I can't even tell! ](*,) )
     
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  12. He forgot to pop a wheelie. -1 point.

    They're both bloody brilliant, but the bloke on the NSR250 finished the course more than 10 seconds quicker, albeit on a 80 kg lighter bike.
     
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  13. The ultimate would have been seeing a stoppie on the finish line...oh well, can't have it all.. exceptional riding skills from both, although watching the '250 was impressive, speed-wise !
     
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  14. ... it was a two stroke.
     
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  15. The smaller bike would be more agile
     
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  16. Quote:
    Originally Posted by oztom View Post
    All done with mirrors.

    Only comes in handy around schools when mums are dropping the kids off.

    Huh?


    Skills needed for getting around 4X4s and kids.
     
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  17. Ohh..cheers.
     
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  18. #18 stewy, Jun 28, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015

    you out of all the people here i would think would understand why bother, cos that is all he has, maybe for the challenge, would you rather be standing round watching rather then doing if your only choice is a 1400......

    Just amazing skills on the 1400, if you like this sort of this go do a HART inter. course, the last half of the day they set up courses like this and let you go crazy on 600 hornets, it's just top fun =D>
     
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  19. Maybe, but he'd lose points for no head-check!
     
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  20. Thats the P's test in japan
     
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