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RazerBack Stunts Triumph Speed Triple 675

Motorcycle Stunt Video

Here’s the latest YouTube video featuring RazerBack. The man behind the name is Julien Welsch, a 25-year-old motorcycle stunt rider from France.

Following is an interview from Weslch’s sponsor, Shift:

What do you do?

I’ve been a full time professional stunt rider for 1 year now. I love all extreme sports, but for sure riding motorcycles is my favorite. I do some off-road riding to keep things interesting but the majority of my time is spent in empty parking lots working hard to become better and better at my runs. I also have been working on gymnastics to improve my overall balance as well as learning front and back flips off of my bike. General fitness is important for any sport so I run every morning for 30 minutes to stay on point.

Where do you do it?

I ride in Lyon alone now. All my friends stopped riding, so I’m just out there pushing myself to become better. When I’m not practicing, I put on shows and compete in France and Europe. I’m going to Poland 3-4 times this year as well to practice with Rafal Pasierbek (Stunter 13). We train hard and really push each other so it’s really good for my riding and it’s always fun to visit different places and meet new people. I also enjoyed visiting the USA last year and hope to come over again in 2011 to compete in an XDL event on my Triumph!

When do you do it?

I ride everyday, usually 1-2 hours in the morning and another 1-2 hours in the afternoon but the weather has been really bad this year (rain, cold, snow) so I had to stop riding for 3 weeks.

Why do you do it?

I love to ride, I love to train hard, and I love learning new tricks and competing!

How do you do it?

On a Triumph Street Tripe 675! I’ve been riding for a long time now and was bored with my Honda F4i and Kawasaki 636, so riding the Triumph is great. It’s a new challenge and such a cool and exclusive bike, and the sound is just amazing.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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