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Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by pete777, Jan 8, 2009.
that's pretty slick.
yeah there is another vid of these guys doing other stuff
Go watch some motard riders getting around go-kart tracks.
Still, impressive riding for such big heavy bikes. However, note the use of higher and wider bars than stock. This is the key. I put a set of raised adjustable clip-ons on the sportsbike for a wider and flatter bar stance, and it's now an absolute snap to get through the tighter stuff, whereas before it was really hard work. High speed work hasn't been compromised at all either.
Having done it, I now seriously question why the heck super-low down-angled clip-ons are fitted to sports-bikes as stock. Heck, take a look at the bar position on many superbike race-bikes, and you'll find more than a few that use a flatter, wider, and higher bar position than what they come with out of the factory.
far out those guyz hav some skills. the sirons gave me the shits at the end haha