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Winter Crazy Stunt on Ice - Supermoto - Stepan Maslov

The short video about our trip to gorgeous lake. It was the end of winter, so the lake still had been covered with thick sheet of ice. Stuntriding would be impossible without the special wheels all in screws, made by hand in garage. So check what it was all about.

Caféine Crew - Winter & Spring

Caféine Crew is a French-based, 100% amateurish supermoto and enduro group, just a bunch of friends having fun on street, track and dirt! This is a mixed compilation of our rides during winter and spring 2014.

Hermunen and Sitniansky take Sosnova by storm

With temperatures hovering around the 18 degrees mark a good crowd turned out at Sosnova Autodrom to lend their support to their home riders at the third grand prix of the FIM Supermoto World Championship, and round three of the SM2 European Championship.

In S1 Mauno Hermunen proved to be invincible as he looks to close in on Thomas Chareyre in the battle for the S1 World Championship with a fine display of riding, as his rivals suffered with a mixture of poor form and costly errors today.

In SM2 it was a day of first’s for home boy Milan Sitniansky has he scored his first race wins and overall European victory in front of his home fans, for what was a very memorable weekend in Czech Republic.

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Hermunen and Sitniansky set the pace at Sosnova

The third Grand Prix of the FIM Supermoto World Championship kicked off under variable skies at the Sosnova Autodrom today after a four week break with two home riders looking to impress; Pavel Kejmar in S1 and Milan Sitniansky in SM2.
It’s the fourth visit to this circuit after previously coming here in 2004 and 2005 and again last year where Mauno Hermunen was victorious with a double moto victory in S1.


In S1, World Championship leader and winner of the first two Grand Prix’s of the season Thomas Chareyre starts the weekend with a fourteen-point advantage over defending world champion Mauno Hermunen ,the flying taking his first race victory of the season at Round 2 in Romania last time out.
Adrien Chareyre, Ivan Lazzarini  and Pavel Kejmar  fill out the top five places, with home rider Kejmar looking to impress this weekend.

Home grown hero Pavel Kejmar gave the Czech Republic fans to cheer about as he stormed the Timed Practice session as he edged out Mauno Hermunen by more than a half second. Thomas Chareyre, Christian Ravaglia, Ivan Lazzarini and Adrien Chareyre were all placed inside the top six and would go through to the Superchrono session.
Thomas Travnicek and Petr Vorlicek filled the next two places on the grid and will look forward to racing in front of their home fans.

When it mattered Mauno Hermunen was able to record the fastest time during the Superchrono and for the second time this season will start from pole position for Sunday’s race, and even though Pavel Kejmar slipped to second position the Czech Republic fans have a home rider on the front row of the grid.
Thomas Chareyre remained third, but Ravaglia dropped from fourth to sixth as Lazzarini and Adrien Chareyre were able to climb above him.

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AMA Supermoto Rolls Through Road America

Round two of the AMA Supermoto National Championship Series was held in Wisconsin in conjunction with the Subway Superbike Double Header this past weekend. With top Supermoto talent from all over the USA and a picture perfect race track at Road America, racers and race fans were excited to be at the event.

In the Open Pro class Brandon Ward would nail the holeshot and lead early, McAllister did not waste much time getting to the front and would eventually pull away from the field. ‘The Peoples Champ’ Monte Frank seemed to have his old spark back and made his way to third before having a minor crash, Frank went on to finish fourth.

Most eyes were on Shane Narbonne who started 16th and was on the move to the front, he quickly made his way to fifth after several laps and eventually went on to finish on the podium in third. On the podium Narbonne mentioned he is just happy to keep his championship hopes alive. Ward rode a solid race, mostly by himself finishing second. McAllister qualified first, won the heat and the main, he noted “I knew if I got out front early I could win” and that is what he did. Supercross star Blake Wharton had a good supermoto debut and finished 8th.

McAllister will lead the Open Pro championship points going into round three at Colorado National Speedway July 5th.

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Stateline Supermoto 2014

2014 Stateline Supermoto Challenge from Primm Neveda. Anthony Hart Memorial Pro Class footage filmed and edited by John Sears. The largest and most prestigious Supermoto event in the Unites States with a $10,000 Pro Purse this year. Special Thanks to WHR Motorsports, Buffalo Bills Casio, and Tom Hart with American Paving. GoPro footage provided by John Lyles.

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