Motorcycle Stunts (Part 2)


Motorcycle stunts are impressive ways to show off your bike and your skills. Some are easier to do than others, but these do not look any less impressive. The key is to practice until you get the stunt perfectly. Here are more examples of easy motorcycle stunts for beginners. Additionally, there will be motorcycle stunts tips and tricks.

Rolling Stoppie

Easy Motorcycle Stunts for Beginners: Part 2
Easy Motorcycle Stunts for Beginners: Part 2

This is a variation of the aforementioned stoppie. This is more advanced because it requires you to hold your position while you’re moving. You need an excellent and expert command of the motorcycle.

All you need to do is to follow the steps of how to do the stoppie. Then, hold the position for a longer period of time. Release the front brake subtly so that your motorcycle moves forward. You should also maintain the pressure so that the bicycle holds its position. Balance the bike by using your arms.

Make sure that your front tire is in pristine condition. Otherwise, you’re in danger of slipping and falling. Concentrate on your stance and posture. Be wary of where you position your body weight. The slight change can send you falling.

Donuts

Easy Motorcycle Stunts for Beginners: Part 2
Easy Motorcycle Stunts for Beginners: Part 2

This is a more advanced level of the aforementioned burnout trick. The burnout stunt involves smoking up your tire using your engines and throttle. In this case, you will be moving in a circular motion. In a sense, you will form donuts on the ground.

Slowly slide the motorcycle so that the rear tire can move. Do this until you complete a circle. You can do this stunt in two ways. The first is by keeping your left foot firmly on the ground. Then, circle around your foot until you form a circle. This is perfect for beginners because you have lesser chances of falling.

The other way is quite more complex. Both of your feet will be on the motorcycle, which means that you’re standing on a motorcycle. You will control the throttle until your tire moves in a circular motion. This needs a lot of practice before you can master it. This is actually a popular stunt among professionals all over the globe. It looks very impressive, especially if sped up. Additionally, you leave a mark of your presence behind. This could be some skid marks on asphalt or a carved circle on dirt.

The problem with this trick is that you are at risk of falling. You can stay safe by being decked out in protective gear. This includes your motorcycle helmet, your jacket, and some protective gloves. Additionally, check your rear tire. Make sure that it is still capable of maintaining friction on the ground. The grooves must be apparent. Otherwise, you might slip, fall, and injure yourself. Begin your practice sessions slowly and carefully until you master the stunt.

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