That course looks like it was meant for go karts, not a CBR600RR :P but seriously... that's some mad riding skills
Has anybody ever lost a Japanese bike cop in a chase? Seriously.
I may have a chance to find out late this year!
Wonder if he's using race rubber and tire warmers before that run.
I've seen that one before, but it's just as cool a second time, he's smooooooth.
I love how he drops down and stops instantly just a few inches off the round like he's strung up on an invisible steel cable.
They'll show you the techniques, you have to provide the many many hours of practice to learn how to do it as fast as the gymkhana guys.
No, I can't do that.
just a thought, but has anyone on here ever organized a gymkhana? I've seen UK motorcycling magazines talking about them. looks like a hell of a lot of fun and a big challenge (not to mention extreme skills development), and not very seriously threatening to the pocketbook, even if/when you (inevitably?) low-side. I remember when I was a teen, people doing them in local shopping centre parking lots on Sunday, with (original) Minis and Fiats the like. wall to wall shoppers now, of course...
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Great run. Looks like he loses the front end at 38/39 seconds but manages to save it. Good stuff.
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Did AutoX in the parking lot in Kamloop's Aberdeen Mall two years ago.... and it was a Porsche event. So naturally, a GT3 went a little fast one run and spun. Almost took itself out.
Pitt Meadows track days are similar, but is mostly higher speed, not as tight and less complex of a route than this stuff.