Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Suffern, NY
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Practicing stunting is just as dangerous for the bike as riding on a track if not more IMO. Yes, doing stunts the bike is going to hit the ground a lot, but that's why you put a cage, subcage, sliders, oil pickup mod to eliminate starving the engine of oil, etc... and it's also why most people start out on some pretty beat up bikes before buying a nice machine once you're confident enough to perform stunts knowing you're not going to crash every time you try to do something. Kind of like how some people buy cheaper track bikes before moving on to nicer ones like a Triumph.
Yea, you are gonna scratch it, dent it, and break stuff off of it. How is it different from lowsiding at the track?