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Motocross What it takes to ride in Lommel - MXGP of Belgium - Onboard

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Do you still remember Lommel, the sandiest track in the world? Here is a great rider perspective with an onboard video with Gautier Paulin and Antonio Cairoli. Paulin was one of the few riders who jumped that quad jump. You will noticed the jump when you'll see Paulin fly by the other riders. Gnarly :D

 

The onboard videos you'll find HERE

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Whats it take? Lots of core strength and a good bike setup. 

 

Nice vids.

Edited by 2uptite

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Do you still remember Lommel, the sandiest track in the world? Here is a great rider perspective with an onboard video with Gautier Paulin and Antonio Cairoli. Paulin was one of the few riders who jumped that quad jump. You will noticed the jump when you'll see Paulin fly by the other riders. Gnarly :D

 

The onboard videos you'll find HERE

Notice how both riders use the clutch at all times to smooth out the power and seldom hit the rev limiter - riding styles different though as Paulin lugs the bike where Cairoli revs it out more

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Whats it take? Lots of core strength and a good bike setup. 

 

Nice vids.

And the proper technique most importantly. None of which the Americans possessed on their last visit in 2012. The difference was astounding. 

 

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Notice how both riders use the clutch at all times to smooth out the power and seldom hit the rev limiter - riding styles different though as Paulin lugs the bike where Cairoli revs it out more

Paulin's on a 450.  Cairoli's on a 350.  You can't lug a 350 the same way you can with a 450.

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