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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-23-2005, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Can't figure this stunt out...

Anyone else able to figure out how this stunt is done?

Or even better, what it is called?

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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-23-2005, 10:56 AM
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Holy Shit! Good thing he wasn't facing the crowd!

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We shall call it a "launchie"
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f'n a! I've never seen backwards burnout lift up like that...
man that guy was lucky
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the other guy got up like he was going to punch somebody

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Thats classic! who the hell does a burnout standing in FRONT of the bike? Darwin's theory of evolution at work....

As for what its called, I'd like to nominate that one: the pirate (you know, shoot em in the eye and kick them in the shin while they hop around on one leg screaming "ARRRGGHH"!)
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How the hell did that even happen?
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Thats classic! who the hell does a burnout standing in FRONT of the bike? Darwin's theory of evolution at work....

As for what its called, I'd like to nominate that one: the pirate (you know, shoot em in the eye and kick them in the shin while they hop around on one leg screaming "ARRRGGHH"!)
ok, if your'e gonna say that ya might as well say who the hell does wheelies or any stunts in general

JAlfredPrufrock - i'm quite puzzled too... it's not like there was a sudden weight shift to the rear of the bike that would cause the tire to grip...
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ok, if your'e gonna say that ya might as well say who the hell does wheelies or any stunts in general

JAlfredPrufrock - i'm quite puzzled too... it's not like there was a sudden weight shift to the rear of the bike that would cause the tire to grip...
He coulda let up on the throttle just enough to get some traction?
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He coulda let up on the throttle just enough to get some traction?
than how'd he start the burnout from a stand still? lol it's called the front brake. which so far is the only thing I can see went wrong. He let go of the break completely or too much, started going forward than hooked up...
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These stunts are best left to be performed by well trained, highly paid, circus professionals.

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yeah he must of let off the brake... HAHAHA that guy did get up like he was going to beat some ass!!! Looking for the guy to punch!!!!!
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He coulda let up on the throttle just enough to get some traction?
That's what I was thinking.

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the other guy got up like he was going to punch somebody
Adrenaline rush and shock. That came outta nowhere, and he was concentrating on his balance and front wheel.

My guess is that he throttled down and the rear grabbed, judging by the way his wieght was still over the front of the bike, and the way it launched him.

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That guy hopped up to hit someone... and he said

"Say what!!

You're gonna run over me and think you can get away with it!!!!

()*^))*%^@%@ sob... I'm gonna kick yer,.... OH... never mind... I see you already kicked your own ass for me."

He sure did hop up quickly!

BTW - I kinda liked the "LAUNCHIE" name... now we just need someone to demo the trick. (This guy belongs on Darwin's list, but alas, he isn't eligible because he lived)

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Now I want to see someone do that and ride it out, hahahaha. Or maybe park it at 12, and then sommersault off the back.

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Now I want to see someone do that and ride it out, hahahaha. Or maybe park it at 12, and then sommersault off the back.
Yeah, THAT would be sick! Park it on the 12 bar and then handspring off of the front cowl Nickif your next new stunt is callin! You could call it the "Sick Nick"

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burnouts are gay period...serves him right
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I say we call it "The redneck wheelie"............it starts out by sayin':

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post #22 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-23-2005, 06:23 PM
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call it a rug pulled out from under ya. what do u think was goin through his head?

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"suicide" (ironic name lol) burnout gone wrong, prolly combination of letting off brake and throttle at the same time.

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burnouts are gay period...serves him right
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Looks like no one got hurt. I would call this a freak trick
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f'n a! I've never seen backwards burnout lift up like that...
man that guy was lucky
On a smaller scale(50cc) at the oval last year.

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what do u think was goin through his head?
his bike!!!

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Here is the story of how it happened...

http://www.cycleforums.com/forums/sh...hreadid=190225

He gets off his bike and straddles the front wheel and trys to begin a burnout while holding the front, well just as the tire started to spin with the revs real high the tire grabbed traction instantly bringing the front end up with dude still attached to it, flinging him straight up in the air probably 20ft or so. He came down straight on the back of his head and neck, with the bike coming down on top of him and hitting the guy in front of him that was also doing a rolling burnout.
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