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How to bottom out a supermonster

Bjarke overshoots a stairgap and lands about 20 feet to flat and bottoms his supermonster and bents his front wheel

74 Comments

  • + 53
 awwwwww that sounded real bad what is monster a front or rear shock
  • + 92
 how dare you not know of the monster. Razz
  • + 15
 please tell me your kidding..
  • + 4
 old school urban free riders were just absolutely crazy, you just don't see stuff like this anymore
  • + 1
 Its only the most insane fork ever made
  • + 38
 I don't thank the monster bottomed out I thank he just landed bad... I have done 45 foot drops and not bottom my monsters out!!! but he did land funny on to concrete so maby!!!
  • + 117
 45 foot drops eh? so 4 storeys? sure bender
  • + 20
 ye right agree ^
  • + 21
 45ft drops are for style bosses only.haha. ahhh, no!! i got a secret brock, no one does 45 ft drops!
  • + 8
 ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh noooooo!!!!!! hahaha ya its a secret that no one does 45 foot drops. hahaha
  • + 64
 he's using PB units guys he really means 5feet
  • + 12
 not only has brockoff88 done 45 ft drops hes also never bottomed his monsters out :O ! you bad ass mother f*cker
  • + 1
 look closely guy he lands on the bottom couple of the stairs thats what ruined his landing
  • + 2
 @hermo44: probbally doing what skiers do and adding up the drop+distance out from takeoff. I could see homie hitting a 17ft out + 23ft drop down (=~40ft +/- 5ft for overshoots). HUGE, but not that unreal. To give you an idea of what a true 45ft+ DROP is, watch Paul Basagoitias 2015 Rampage crash. Would have been the BIGGEST step down ever landed on two wheels. Man went 15-20ft out and 45ft+ down. We love you Paul Bas! Never forgotten.
  • + 31
 supers save lives! i love my supers
  • + 17
 There's no way he bottomed it. The HSCV damping cart found in the Super T's, Monster T's, Super Monsters and early 888's are almost impossible to bottom out from a drop or jump because they're speed sensitive, so the harder and faster you compress it, the more compression damping the fork has. The only way I've been able to bottom mine out is to run no compression, jack the rebound damping up and then ride super fast stuttery stuf so that the fork packs up.
  • + 24
 what he said.
  • + 3
 ROFL
  • + 2
 i hear ya, i've come close to bottoming my monsters on big shit, where my 40s bottom easily, impressive technology considering both have 203mm of travel and 40mm stanchions
  • + 1
 40s are a pure racing fork of course they bottom out where monster dont
  • + 1
 actually stinkykid100 the 40 is supposed to be an all around fork just like the monster, not just a race fork eg: darren bearclaw's demo 8
  • + 1
 wow i feel like a n00b, i thought it was a race specific fork the whole time
  • + 1
 it might be designed as an all around fork but it is a dh race fork when bearclaw uses a 40 its either that or there there 6 inch travel 36
  • + 1
 you can clearly see he's rocking a 40 in NWD10 doing 3s off that cliff
  • + 1
 ya but he cant use totems or marzocchi stuff cus he rides for fox
  • + 1
 what does that have to with him riding a 40 for freeride?
  • + 2
 totems and some marzochi forks are better for freeride than 40s
  • + 2
 totems are sick but dual crowns have their place
  • + 1
 don't try to sidetrack that 40's are meant for all around when you said they are "pure racing" we weren't debating comparison to other forks we were talking about whether or not it's designed only for racing or just being a generally awesome all around fork, but if you'd like to talk about that you can write on my noteboard instead of this page
  • + 2
 It may be labeled as an all around fork because it can adjust the travel to 6 inches or 8. Other than that is is a DH fork. Instead of a pure DH race fork i should have said suited more for Dh racing than freeride my mistake
  • + 1
 I can definetely agree with more suited for racing, but it certainly doesn't suck at freeride, I also agree if I were to get a better freeride no doubt In my mind it would be a totem
  • + 13
 front 300mm of travel fork
  • + 9
 He landed about 25 feet or 7m to flat. I havnt seen it my self but the witnesses told that he bottomed it out.. so i dont know for sure Smile
  • - 14
flag dh-parkour-guy-003 (Mar 19, 2009 at 5:50) (Below Threshold)
 they probably meant bottomed out as in landed at the bottom of the stairs, or were these witnesses real bikers who know wtf they're talking about, doens't look like 25 more like 15 tops and didn't look like bottoming
  • + 8
 that sounded horrbile lol
  • + 6
 and that my friend is how to make yourself sterile
  • + 4
 Now i know how, ive beenseeking advice for this topic for years.haha
  • + 1
 everyone who's like ''thats not 20 foot bro!'' thinks he just hucked off the top stair, but at the very beginning u should b able to tell he comes flying in alrdy like 5 or 6 ft above the stair set..
  • + 2
 i highly dought that he bottomed out of that like its a F*CKING SUPPER MONSTER
  • + 1
 thats a banshee scream with supermonster on it. and yes.. it bottoms out. I`ve done it my self on a failed drop. it can be done.
  • + 0
 there is no way that is 20 ft! it is maybe 12 because assuming those guys standing at the side are 6 ft it is only about twice their height.
  • + 3
 a maxed out sm? damn
  • + 2
 HOLY SHIT! Thats f*ckin hardcore flat jump Big Grin
  • + 0
 thats a pretty gnarly drop whatever peeps say.. especially with the FLAT concrete landing.. they're all just jealous they don't have balls as big lol
  • + 3
 big flat XD
  • + 3
 love the banshee scream!
  • + 1
 Is that a Banshee Scream?
  • + 1
 how much travel is it 12"?
  • + 1
 Damn! i cant imagine bottoming out a Super Monster
  • + 0
 its soo necessary you see what bender does yeah its a good idea he uses 12"
  • + 0
 also its nice to have it just incase ur fealing a bit stupid and think ur bender one day
  • + 1
 thats crazy dude bender style
  • + 1
 Why won't it play
  • + 1
 pssst KABOOOOUUM! Big Grin
  • + 1
 gnar
  • - 1
 dude thats so rad, what a show of skill, i love the way he keeps his feet on the pedals and everything. Big Grin
  • + 0
 lame
  • - 3
 This is a big stupid gay thing! Bmxers like ALEX LIVE do 360s down a stair like this and they dont need stupid supermonsters...only a bmx!!!
  • - 2
 sorry ALEX LIIV!
  • + 3
 i dont think so...
and this guy is a local rider. whats the purpose of comparing him with some bro bmx rider?
i would like to see some of you local bmxers hit this stair their bikes.
  • + 1
 i mean pro
  • + 3
 im sorry thats bull, no bmxer can 360 do a 25 foot drop to flat youre ankles would not be able to take it
  • + 0
 yeah what they all say
  • - 2
 so retarded
  • - 2
 dude that aint 20 ft but its an ok vid
  • + 1
 it's 7 meters i dont know exactly how many ft that is. Mind me if i'm wrong but i guess its something about 20 ft
  • + 1
 maybe the hypoynuse is 7m but the vertical fall is only 4 or so
  • + 1
 sry can't spell this morning u but u guys know wut im trying
  • - 2
 there is no way in hell that is 25 ft u nooooooobbb
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