Riding with just your feet over the windshield, or sitting on the tank is not a stunt. Skiing off the side is pretty easy and something that you can learn fast. If its really easy to learn than most likly its not that impressive. Doing burnouts isnt easy and takes alot practice. Circle burnouts, figures 8's, highchair burnouts, one handed, crossed over burnouts, and the list goes take lots of practice where anyone can sit there in one place and do a burnout.
I wouldn't go as far as to say that burnouts are easy. I know more people who wrecked their bikes doing burnouts than any other stunt, especially rolling burnouts. The easiest stunt for me is sitting on the backseat and still being able to reach the clip-ons and the pegs
I like doing it in 3rd gear and usually start out at 70KM/h then move on from there.
Practice bringing one foot over and then putting that foot back...it too me a while to get used to that.
The easiest way to bring your foot across is to bring your right foot up and over from behind you, over the rear seat. That's what I think is the best and most comfortable.
i saw a guy skiing off his bike during a race once. not on purpose but it was still funny. if you are going to ski off the side do you just use normal boots or what? are seat stands are pretty easy too?
sparks are cool[8D]. its not that hard to stand on your seat just hold on to the clip ons and put your feet up, then puts your hands on the tank then stand up and let go. your prob gonna havta get used to it step by step or at least i did. my buddies will stand on his tank and steer it down the street at slo speeds looks pretty fkn cool.
Who in the hell came up with the word SKITCHING? Is that a combo. of 2 words or did someone around here make that up? What is wrong with calling it skiing? Skiing and stitching, and bitching, and twitching? Whassup with that? Is that the technical term for it? Sounds a little limp wristed to me.
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