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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-13-2007, 11:52 PM Thread Starter
 
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seat stander circles

ya, i've been doing sitdowns and regular stand up circles for a while. actually learned them back in 04 before i took 2 years off....had to relearn. i've been needing to do seat stander circles for a while, but i've been lazy on working on them. after 30 minutes tonight, knocked out a few and decided to get one on camera. of course once the camera was out i only busted out 1 1/2.....typical, pressure is on, can't perform.

anyways, hope you enjoy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0A-srNrFkw8

it's also on the front page of myspace:

www.myspace.com/jeffbinder

they don't let you imbed videos here like stuntlife
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they don't let you imbed videos here like stuntlife
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post #3 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 01:06 AM
 
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That was so cool i would be so scared to do something like that i wont even let my husband do stuff like that
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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-14-2007, 05:35 PM
 
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That is cool as all get out! I wish I could do stuff like that!
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how'd you do that? it says html is turned off so i couldn't get some embedding going on.

and anyways, it's a little dangerous. highsides hurt, my arm is all torn up from a highside last week. no skin from wrist to elbow. took me 30 minutes with my snap-on pick set to dig the chunks of rock out of my elbow. that's why i have my jacket on in that vid....can't afford to crash on my fresh road rash. haha

i'll teach anyone that wants to learn, i'd love to have more stunters to practice with.
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I wish I still lived in Indiana! I am an avid rider but where I live there aren't any stunters or a racetrack other than a 1/4-1/8th mile. I would like to take it around a track or learn stunts with someone who know's but I guess unless I move I am SOL!!!

Take care of that arm!
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how'd you do that? it says html is turned off so i couldn't get some embedding going on.

and anyways, it's a little dangerous. highsides hurt, my arm is all torn up from a highside last week. no skin from wrist to elbow. took me 30 minutes with my snap-on pick set to dig the chunks of rock out of my elbow. that's why i have my jacket on in that vid....can't afford to crash on my fresh road rash. haha

i'll teach anyone that wants to learn, i'd love to have more stunters to practice with.
All you do is put the YouTube code between [yt] [/ty] only make sure you swap the ty for a yt...

Dude, I would totally love to learn how to stunt... Move to Columbus and teach me!!!
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All you do is put the YouTube code between [yt] [/ty] only make sure you swap the ty for a yt...

Dude, I would totally love to learn how to stunt... Move to Columbus and teach me!!!
thanks for that. it's [youtube] on stuntlife and i couldn't find it here.

and there are tons in columbus that stunt. www.stuntmetal.com those guys are pretty cool and a few from ohio.

head on over here sometime and ride with us in indy (i'm in indy a little, not as much as i used to be) and i'm down to ride.

jnn7404, there was nobody doing that here when i started. as of now, other than indy there is just me and tony. tony is still learning, he's a BA rider, but he's just now getting into some of the slow stuff. I pretty much learned from seeing videos and just trying. i guess i was blessed with a little talent in that area that helped push me in that direction.
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For not keeping up on doing them, it wasnt bad! A little shakey, as you know, but the little shakes run off with practice. This is one of my favourite moves to do of all times. I couldnt wait to learn this one when I started (even though that was just a few months ago ).

Incase you are wondering how to do one of these, here is a little reading info for ya =):

(Got from Superstreetbike.com)

"Same as a sit-down, you can do this one either on power or on the clutch. I'll also bounce the bike a bit to help it up. Bouncing down on the handlebars preloads the front suspension. The energy of the fork releasing, combined with the throttle input, pops the wheel up. I'll stand up first, then lean forward and bounce it by pushing down on my arms, causing the fork to compress. When the fork comes back up I'm on the gas (not as much as a sit down--standups take less power to lift up!) and pulling on the handlebars to bring the bike up.

"As the front wheel comes up, I'll drop my butt back a little bit to help it along. I bend my knees when I'm pulling the bike up, and once it gets up to about 10 o'clock I'll straighten my legs and lean back. With a standup you can hold the throttle in one spot and use your body language to control the wheelie.

"Because body language makes it so easy to balance a standup, it's easy to ride one through the gears. To shift during a wheelie, I'll blip the throttle just a touch right before the shift. When you fan the clutch to shift, it kills power to the wheelie, and if you don't blip the throttle a touch this can cause you to drop the front wheel. So I'll blip it, causing the front wheel to float a bit higher for a split second, then shift as quickly as possible. Preloading the shifter and just nudging the clutch lever will help you shift faster. I generally shift as early as possible. If you shift when you're hard on the gas or your revs are up, you're more likely to miss the shift. The sooner you shift, the less likely you are to miss the gear. But not too soon, so you don't bog the revs! Incidentally, these shifting rules are the same for a sit-down wheelie."
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Your words may aid them some DJ but they still will have no clue what their doing until they get out there and meet the payment a few times. And don't fool yourself, if your going to stunt, you WILL go down.
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Your words may aid them some DJ but they still will have no clue what their doing until they get out there and meet the payment a few times. And don't fool yourself, if your going to stunt, you WILL go down.
+5..yes deffinatly,,going down in stunting is like walking in life and tripping. It just does happen. It is unavoidable. To learn you MUST go down..unfortunatly,,but true.
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i'm confused, this is a SEAT STANDER....those instructions were for regular wheelies. a little bit different there.

also, if you're "shifting through the gears" then you definately aren't balancing the bike.
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My bad, I ccp'd the wrong one. I'm gonna have to go back and find the one for stand-ups...once again my bad!
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My bad, I ccp'd the wrong one. I'm gonna have to go back and find the one for stand-ups...once again my bad!
haha, no problem...i was just confused reading it.

thanks for the props, i forgot to add that to my last post.....sometimes my mind spaces it after a long night of working.
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Binder...for that post and vid...I just had to add to your reps.
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Be safe dude
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Binder...for that post and vid...I just had to add to your reps.
thanks....i'll get up some others. i have a lot of new tricks in my bag that are pretty sweet. only problem is that my team mate is going through some stupid battle with his bitch gf and i end up practicing alone most of the time, nobody to film the stuff.

and sorry about the other rif-raf that i cause on here, i come across bluntly and i guess some people fear others that do things differently.
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thanks....some people fear others that do things differently.
Those ppl never get ahead in life. They are happy just with doing things one way and only that way. If you do it and its different from others but your happy with the way you did it and it works...DO IT.
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haha, no problem...i was just confused reading it.

thanks for the props, i forgot to add that to my last post.....sometimes my mind spaces it after a long night of working.
All good and no harm done I think that my mind when I found that link was on brain overload..I was working on the computer for over 14 hrs when I came onto this board and posted that....damn dj stuff always gets in the way of some good stunt talk!
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post #20 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-01-2007, 06:33 PM
 
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binder nice vid, ive been working on SS this year alot, tried some circles cant get the bike to fall in just get sorta quarter turn then wants to highside.

Same w/ foot in seat circles get like a quarter turn, have combo circles on the 50 all day, just aint the same on the f4i lol.
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