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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-30-2011, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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Question for all my stunnas LOL

Ok I am thinking about learning a few basic stunts next season. working on research and I find post about how to do a few tricks but, my question is this what are you favorite places to practice/learn outside of the track (which I don't understand how that works) around the chicagoland area? I understand if you don't want to say because we are all legal and would never stunt or condone stunting outside of allowed designated areas.

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Well, All the track day orgs around here don't teach or allow stunts (wheelies, burnouts, stoppies, etc.)

Never tried to learn to stunt. I'd ask one of the Suunnas or something. :scratchead:

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Find a deserted industrial area on the weekends or nights with plenty of room. Don't go by yourself in case you get hurt. Be prepared for the cops to show up because they probably will. Wear gear no matter how hot it is because sweat washes off easier than blood. I'm not stunter but I enjoy a wheelie every now and then and when I wanted to learn this is what I did.
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