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These guys are practicing for the Erzberg Enduro - Last Man Standing.

I like the big guy with no gear, he makes it look so easy!:thumbsup:

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These guys are practicing for the Erzberg Enduro - Last Man Standing.

I like the big guy with no gear, he makes it look so easy!:thumbsup:

Agreed! The big dude is excellent!

-Jay

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damn. that was awesome. i need to learn how to do that. but that takes some level of balance and felxability i just dont have right now :thumbsup:.

i want some more of these vids

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I was expecting something retarded after the first comment, but those guys are really talented, nice vid.

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How do they do that stoppie pivot thing??????? I tried it on my wr 450 and I can only get like a 15 degree rotation!!!!! It really bothered the crap out of me that I can't figure out how they did that!!!!!!!!

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that is awesome, looks like i have some stuff to try next time i ride haha

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i bet those guys are former Trial bike riders. they look too "balanced" in every situation!! :thumbsup:

Most of those guys are trials champs, Karl is the director(creator and organizer) of the Erzburg enduro.

They should be good.

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amazing! id like to see that fat guy race,he is unbelivable plus it be cool to root for a big guy like that.

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Great riders and nice to see they are not 5'6" midget jockeys flying over triples. That figure 8 exercise around the cones in the gulley looks like one I'm going to try.

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How do they do that stoppie pivot thing??????? I tried it on my wr 450 and I can only get like a 15 degree rotation!!!!! It really bothered the crap out of me that I can't figure out how they did that!!!!!!!!

Weight transfer, commitment and practice. :thumbsup:

Yamaha's fork angle doesn't help, and the WR's suspension is a bit soft. I can do it on my race bikes, but not on my '04 wr250f.

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homeboy on the hoosy is damn good....thats how i ride minus the smoothness, flow, balance,tech, and success rate

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Weight transfer, commitment and practice. :thumbsup:

Yamaha's fork angle doesn't help, and the WR's suspension is a bit soft. I can do it on my race bikes, but not on my '04 wr250f.

I was trying to do that, and I can only get like a 1/8 turn out of it, and not everytime. I also have a hard time getting grip to do stoppies too. Plus, the 450 is not the lightest bike.

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We should point every "how to cross a log thread" back to this video.

-Stand up

-Glance the front tire off the object

-Don't grip the tank

-When the rear tire hits, be on the clutch and off the power

YOu don't see the sitting down, pop a big wheelie, slam the skid pan into the log and gas it technigue.

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