Oleh: arantan | September 2, 2011

Kalau di Jepang cornering jadi Moto Gymkhana

Maksud gw cornering dalam hal ini adalah aktivitas cornering rebahan yang dilakukan di jalan umum apakah itu namanya di monasco atau di tempat-tempat lain. Kalau di Jepang aktivitas begini mendingan sekalian dibuatin arenanya, closed and controlled track, jadi amaannn dan skill pun tentunya lebih terasah dan fokus, lebih lincah! Nama aktivitasnya Gymkhana, seperti slalom sampai rebahan melewati berbagai rintangan. Memang kalau di Moto Gymkhana paling banyakan gigi 1-2, jarang sampai gigi 3… tapi ya itu, ini full legal bro!

Gymkana di Jepang sudah di mulai sejak tahun 1970-an, adalah Kawasaki yang mulai memformatkan secara terstruktur. Di Jepang Moto Gymkhana dibagi dalam beberapa kelas:

Ini dari Wikipedia:

Seeded classes

  • A Class : Riders who recorded less than 105% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’ and have acquired enough series ranking points, in addition, approved as being the ‘A Class’ by organizer.
  • B Class : Riders who recorded less than 105% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’.
  • C1 Class : Riders who recorded less than 110% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’.
  • C2 Class : Riders who recorded less than 115% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’.

Non-seeded novice classes

  • NO Class : Men who have not recorded less than 115% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’, or beginners with ‘Customized’ motorbikes.
  • NN Class : Men who have not recorded less than 115% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’, or beginners with ‘Non-customized’ motorbikes.
  • NL Class : Women who have not recorded less than 115% time compared to the fastest time in an ‘Official event’, or a beginner.

Requirements for machines

Motorcycles in gymkhana must be street legal. A machine must have one wheel at the front and one wheel at the rear. The regulations do not place any limitations on the bikes regarding engine displacement and styles such as naked, super-sports, cruisersscooters, or on-road or off-road. The brake light must be in working order.

Tyres must be street legal, so racing tyres such as dry slicks, super motard slicks are not allowed. Tyres must have enough depth of grooves and worn-out tyres are not allowed. Exhaust noise is limited to 100dB.

The motorbikes must not have sharp edges at the end of handlebar, levers, pedals and any other projections.

Bikes may be customized freely, if the above conditions are met.

For example, in general, many participants will replace the handlebar to the upper position (to get advanced controllability), change the front and/or rear sprockets (to get stronger acceleration), change the exhaust system, and eliminates fairings (to make it lighter).

Mending lihat videonya ajah…

Welcome to the world of Moto Gymkhana part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Skutik, keren!

Honda CBR 600RR

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Responses

  1. Wiiih keren!

  2. intinya untuk melatih riding skill ya to… dengan begini mungkin aktifitas ugal2 an apakah bisa berkurang ya, apa kita saranin aja di parkir timur bikin arena gymkhana :D

  3. waw mantablah….jika dimari ada dan terjangkau alay bebek n matic.. :D

  4. keren Om…
    disini aja drag masih liar…
    palagi yg meliuk liuk…

    http://pandahitam.wordpress.com/


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