Today, I discuss the best motorcycles and street bikes for the sport, stunt riding!
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Motorcycle specialist talks on why some motorbikes are better for stunt riding than others. This sport is extremely hard on the motor and frame of these street motorcycles. The Kawasaki Ninja 636 has the best power and weight in this class, while the Honda Grom has the control and easy learning curve, however I choose the Honda F4i as the best stunt bike for beginning riders and stunters alike, because it is so realiable! If you are looking to buy a new or used motorcycle, these would be my choices! Good sticky motorbike tires such as Michelin or Dunlop tires and good brake pads are a must have. Motorcycle riding should be taken seriously, always wear proper protective gear including a riding helmet, motorcycle insurance, good tires inflated to proper p.s.i. A motorcycle specialist should do all motor maintenance and repairs on the bike, suspension, and parts.

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Riding motorcycles, sport bikes, dirt bikes or anything on Two Wheels is what I love to do. Whether it is wheelies, racing, stunt rides, drifting, motorcycle stunts, or street riding, When I Ride any kind of Bike, it makes me feel alive. Currently stunting on a 2004 636 Kawasaki Ninja street bike.
If you like cool motovlogs and a fun new taste on the sport, you have come to the right channel for all you motorcycle questions and How to videos! Being a motovlogger that pushes the limits on stunt riding and bikes is all part of the lifestyle!
brian_636 has been on bikes all over the United States of America and has close ties with some of the best out there from Chicago United riders, Blox Starz, Dankwheelie, Streetfighterz, and many more riders from across the Streets of America!

43 COMMENTS

  1. Hey quick question, do you adjust your suspension for wheelies? Like turn it down to super soft or turn it up super hard? Maybe it'd help preserve the fork seals. Thanks, big fan. Keep it up!

  2. I think the best stunt bike is a mt09 it is snappy at first but after a tune you can smoothen it out and still have crazy power

  3. I bought a 2000 cbr f4i $1500 with 10k miles. I put about 9k miles on it and never had major repairs.. super reliable

  4. No DRZ400SM love? I think ur explanation was accurate. Some people would like to see the CBRs 900s 929 954 also.

  5. Gotta go with the f4i. The balance point is so forgiving and they take some abuse Even though I blew my motor up last year and found a crack in the frame this year. Gives me an excuse to rebuild it the way I want

  6. The problem with groms is that they don’t have the power to bring it up or the brakes to set it down! Lol. They’re kinda cool for lot stuff but they’re pretty useless in the street since you really can only wheelie at like 25 max. I do respect the guys who can do good wheelies on groms though, really no room for error since there’s no bringing it back up if you brake a little too hard or something.

  7. Killacam never gonna let you live this down lol I’ve seen his trash talk on the Instagram ha. Sumo stunt or Harley/cruiser would be cool to hear you talk about 🙂 or I’ve wanted to see a ninja 400 stunted I’ve heard they have surprising power

  8. Obi wan passing the knowledge yet again. Dont have a grom and I already trashed one Ninja 1000 a year ago. Got it back but so Leary of wheelies on it now. Gonna have that Benelli TNT 135 in about 3 weeks to facilitate my tomfoolery.

  9. Your not lying just blew my motor took me 3 weeks to find. And I know a lot of bike life guys smh. Did you custom your oil pan?

  10. All I ever do is chase out wheelies on my liter bike because I am way too scared to loop it and F myself out of 14k. Maybe an older f4i would help me get my wheelie game on point.

  11. just picked up a stock f4i for 3000, working on stunting it out and learning everything, got just a cage on it rn but i wanna learn clutch ups before i got put a big sprocket and handbrake on it. so far i only got power wheelies down

  12. I’m from chicago also, I noticed the chicago united sticker on that f4i. Love the channel, but uh can you teach me how to hold some good ass wheelies 😎 haha thx

  13. Brian 636 what’s your opinion on the 1998 Suzuki Bandit 600 for stunting? And what’s a good sprocket combination to pop wheelies and still be able to do 110? Currently I have a 15 front and 49 rear, I can get gnarly wheelies in first only and top out around 130-140. Thanks for taking the time to read this.

  14. what are people's favorite tyres for stunting? do they differ for different bikes? obviously you cant run the same tyres on a grom as a zx6r lol

  15. F4i baby!! I ride the carb model, but after putting it down a couple times I can attest to the 'build like a tank' adage. There wasn't much changed from the F4 to the F4i in terms of building. They're rock hard. Love mine

  16. I’m want to get into stunting and I really like the 636 but being that the 03/04 are getting so hard to get what do you the about a 2013+ 636 or should I just start with f4i?

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