In March we located a video in which the participant in a Japanese gymkhana shows that he is human, he touches the ground a couple of times. At that time, it almost seemed that the fault of these errors was more with the motorcycle than the rider, since it was not a motorcycle made in Japan. Today the whole "chiringuito" has been dismantled to see how this pilot is doing with a Aprilia SXV450 under what is very reminiscent of the universal flood. And it has almost nothing to do with that other one we saw last year in the rain with a Honda VFR800. It is really scary to see how someone is capable of riding like this with such a tall motorcycle. Although we may think that the tires used will be extremely wet and sticky like mucus, it turns out not.
Quoting verbatim from the You Tube review, this video belongs to the first round of the Dunlop / Autoby cup meeting 2011. a championship that requires the use of street tires on the motorcycles that participate. And yet we can appreciate how the pilot is able to follow the set pattern despite the deluge that is falling on him. A little further down a comment bets that the motorcycle we see wears Dunlop BT003, or the Dunlop BT45. This is normal if the championship sponsor is the tire manufacturer.