Back roads if caught = a great chance of loosing your license and bike. If you ride in an empty lot, the cops are "usually" nicer and will just kick you out or just leave. There's like a 2% chance that a cop will let you go if he or she sees you busting wheels. Just like good old corpse said, google map it, check it out, make sure there aren't too many people around, ride it and if you don't get bothered that session, then my friend you have found yourself a lot. Just word of advice, only show it to people you trust or you'll be spending a lot of money on gas and tickets on trying to find another lot after people burn your last one.Not sure what your practicing, but sometimes just a good clear backroad is all you need... in theory of course... I'm lucky in that my driveway is 600'... but its gravel so its not the best.... once I get it paved though it will be pretty good.
Its more popular then ever, a few years ago I could count the number of actual stunt riders in the GTA that did it on a regular on one hand. Id say that it has grown at least 5X in numbers since that time.I know this is a bit of a necro post, but does anyone actually stunt in the GTA? I rode flatland bmx for about 5 years when I was younger, I was actually pretty good, and recently I've been getting that itch again... I would like to meet some responsible (IE no streets or highways. Private property/lots only) riders to chat with and maybe meet up for some coffee or even a quick demo for a noob like me! PM me
Hey Johnny, are you still in the game?Its more popular then ever, a few years ago I could count the number of actual stunt riders in the GTA that did it on a regular on one hand. Id say that it has grown at least 5X in numbers since that time.
Before you could go to local stunt spot on a weekend and find a total of 5-6 guys actually tailering a stunt bike to a sport, now there are much much more... So it has grown a lot in the last 5 years or so
There are stunt shows in the GTA all the time, you just missed a few that had just passed recently....You can see stunts and talk to stunt riders at these events
I rode my stunt bike once this year, last minute for a show a friend was doing for the Ertefa car show that happened a few weeks ago. They were short on riders so I came to try and help fill in. Other then that no I have not really stunted in the last 3 years or so, me and most of the people I used to stunt with regularly are now in our mid 30's, and just dont go out regularly like we used too years ago.Hey Johnny, are you still in the game?
I remember you told me your broke your wrist in a post I wrote a couple of months ago.
"Fractured my wrist"... minor understatement?I fractured my wrist 4-5 years ago now I think, funny you bring that up because just yesterday it was hurting me like crazy and I didn't even do anything to it. Funny thing is it gets worse the less I use it, if I ride its ok, but if I take it easy for too long on it, it starts to flair up and cause me serious discomfort. Maybe its telling me to get out there and ride lol
Not that time, when I fractured my wrist, it was literally just the radius bone in my right hand that I messed up."Fractured my wrist"... minor understatement?
Not that time, when I fractured my wrist, it was literally just the radius bone in my right hand that I messed up.
Its all good, I rode the other day in the lot for a bit, had to good time but managed to get my foot stuck under my cage after stalling a fast circle. Now my left foot and toes are purple, but Im lucky I didnt manage break anything in my foot. Gonna give it a few more days then get back out there again
How'd you know I broke my wrist in Jamaica...lolJust don't go to Jamaica.