Supermoto originated in the United States in the late 70's. It's an event in which roadracers, dirt-trackers and motocrossers competed on a unique track that combines pavement and dirt resulting in one very competitive race track with jumps, high speeds, back-it-in sliding. Jay Clark shows us everything you need to do, to convert your Dirt Bike into a supermoto worthy machine.
Hey guys, this is my last video of my KTM exc 450 as a stunt bike. I'm not gonna give her away but I'm gonna rebuild her as a normal street supermoto, because I got a lot more fun at shows or the stunt spot with my Yamaha R6. The reason why I produced this video with my buddies from Fatheadz-Show : I just wanted to conclude what tricks I did on this fun bike!
A free weekend, marvellous weather and 4 friends from all over Germany on their bikes - what started as a perfect recipe slowly turned for the worse. Bad tires, a broken engine and a nice encounter with the local police however didn't stop us from spending a great day in the Eifel. You just gotta make the best of it!
Last year was amazing, we started with a ride with Young Generation Stahlwerk and David Bost. But we also rode pitbikes with Meddes and the bikesquad... And what happend next was truly epic, we got invited for the Husqvarna 701 Rideout with all the big crews: Supermoto Central, Superretards, Kikaninac, 100% Bitume, David Bost, Jester Entertainment and Kenny Stuntriding. This was the ride of our life and we've made a lot of new friends overseas. Next to that we've had several rides with David and Edgesofsupermotard. In the summer VDB and Crashking went to Germany to make their first vlog with Kikaninac and EdgesofSupermotard. Later that summer after several nice rides Crashking and VDB went on a second trip, to France! Here they met up with Kikaninac and Cafeine crew. At the end of the summer DK and Crashking decided to go to Austria to visit JesterEntertainment for a short trip, the Schnitzeljagd. To end this year we did several Enduro rides and some indoor pitbike racing. And don't forget, riding an official Dakar buggy from TW Steel. Thank you all for making this happen!