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Supermoto shinanigans in toronto?

hugyamama

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Looking for anyone that rides a supermoto to get myself in some trouble with ;p. I ride a '13 drz, as far as stunting goes I'm super new to the sport (2 weeks in). I just started chasing wheelies, I got a long way to go. Hopefully we can link up and practice in some parking lots. Shoot me a msg.
 

Underdog

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Looking for anyone that rides a supermoto to get myself in some trouble with ;p. I ride a '13 drz, as far as stunting goes I'm super new to the sport (2 weeks in). I just started chasing wheelies, I got a long way to go. Hopefully we can link up and practice in some parking lots. Shoot me a msg.
Look into FB page called Toronto Supermoto


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amp3d

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I'm no expert, and really only started stunting this season but if I can offer one suggestion it would be this:

Don't chase wheelies. That's how you or your bike get hurt.

If you are chasing them, you aren't getting it up high enough, fast enough. It may sound crazy, but the faster you get it up the slower you'll be moving, and the safer you will be.
 

GreyGhost

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Try to find a location that is not visible from the road (and ideally separated by a gate or chain). You can still get stunting charges if you are on private property but it is accessible to the road. Good luck. Post vids of your successes and failures.
 

amp3d

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Try to find a location that is not visible from the road (and ideally separated by a gate or chain). You can still get stunting charges if you are on private property but it is accessible to the road. Good luck. Post vids of your successes and failures.
Just to piggy back on this, this is SORTOF true.

I spoke with my friend who's an officer and they can issue tickets to stunters if they are in a "public lot" even if it's considered private property. This means any parking lots that generally are marked for parking (ie: parking lines, sidewalks, walkways etc). That means all of your typical parking lots/malls are all off limits to stunters.

However, most stunt spots people hang out in are industrial areas and have no paint markings on the pavement. In these cases, you're probably safe.

Although, they could still ask you to leave. Police usually just issue a warning and tell you to leave. Challenging them results in a different answer each time so don't bother. lol
 

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