VEGASRIDER

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I'm always looking to improve as a rider, and as long as you practice, you will get better. I've taken the challenge to perfect Motogymkhana, I have a long ways to go. There is an active club in Southern and Northern Ca, if anyone is interested, please check out the link. I made the trek out to the Bay Area last weekend to participate. LOL, I forgot to empty out my panniers during the event, it was full luggage from my weekend trips.

https://m-gymkhana.com/







Red Cones indicate R/H turns, Blue = L/H turns. Red cone that are stacked with a smaller cone on top indicates R/H turn of 270 degrees or greater. Blue cone with a smaller cone stacked on top is a L/H turn of 270 degrees or greater. Yellow cones are gates.

[video=youtube;gzgG_HsebWA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzgG_HsebWA[/video]
 
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payneib

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I'd get lost or dizzy. Or both. That's epic. And the bike looks stunning too.

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VEGASRIDER

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Very impressive Ken! I know I'd dump it Lol!
Honestly, I'm surprised I haven't, I'm pretty aggressive. I'm tippy toes at best, usually favoring to one side of the bike when stopped. But once you're moving, it gets easier. There is no way I can keep the bike from falling by putting a foot down, bike is too heavy. There have been plenty of drops and even crashes during these events. Felt sorry for one women, she had a brand new BMW S1000R and dumped it. Scratched up her fairing.

I'd get lost or dizzy. Or both. That's epic. And the bike looks stunning too.

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Thanks, I get dizzy too. And I'm terrible when it comes to memorizing the course. I have to study them the night before, and even after that, I have to watch others ride the course before I venture out.

Awesome, Kenny! I'd love to give that a try.
There is a strong Motogymkhana presence in NY, they practice out on Long Island at some abandoned or closed airport. Fortunately for me, there is a strong California chapter.
 

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I'm always looking to improve as a rider, and as long as you practice, you will get better. I've taken the challenge to perfect Motogymkhana, I have a long ways to go. There is an active club in Southern and Northern Ca, if anyone is interested, please check out the link. I made the trek out to the Bay Area last weekend to participate. LOL, I forgot to empty out my panniers during the event, it was full luggage from my weekend trips.

https://m-gymkhana.com/







Red Cones indicate R/H turns, Blue = L/H turns. Red cone that are stacked with a smaller cone on top indicates R/H turn of 270 degrees or greater. Blue cone with a smaller cone stacked on top is a L/H turn of 270 degrees or greater. Yellow cones are gates.

[video=youtube;gzgG_HsebWA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzgG_HsebWA[/video]
I didn't realize that dirty undies helped in low-speed maneuvers :) Nice work Kenny. Hope someday to ride as well as that.
 
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