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Kawasaki Jet Ski Motocross Training Crossover Photo Gallery
The submarine maneuver is a advanced riding technique.
MotorcycleUSA takes to the water with motocross racers Tyla Rattray and Dean Wilson find out what happens in the
Kawasaki Jet Ski Motocross Training Crossover
Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider Dean Wilson puts in a moto sans dirt on his Kawasaki 800 SX-R Jet Ski.
Monster Pro Circuit Kawasaki rider Tyla Rattray.
The maneuverability of Kawasaki’s 800 SX-R Jet Ski will amaze you.
Longtime Kawasaki Jet Ski racer, Victor Sheldon uses his left leg as a counterweight during aggressive turning maneuvers—just like the majority of MotoGP racers.
Similarly to motocross having the correct body position is important to maintain control on the water.
Pro Circuit Kawasaki KX250F rider Dean Wilson.
Tyla Rattray says jet skiing is a great way to cross-train for motocross.
Waheed cuts a corner aboard his Kawasaki 800 SX-R Jet Ski.
As you can see jet skiing is not fun in anyway shape or form.
As you can see jet skiing is not fun in anyway shape or form—even when your buddy is riding within six inches of you at speed… Yahoo!
The 2010 Kawasaki 800 SX-R Jet Ski retails for $7299.
Dean Wilson at the controls of Team Green’s 800 SX-R Jet Ski.
As opposed to motocross, riding gear is limited to just a wetsuit in gloves in cooler water.
Multi-time Jet Ski racing champ, Victor Sheldon shows us how it’s done at the controls of his 800 SX-R Jet Ski.
Having fun with your friends while getting some good exercise is what jet skiing is all about.
Rattray harness his ninja-like focus on his 800 SX-R.
In the following four photos Rattray attempts a submarine maneuver...1
One of the benefits of Jet Ski cross-training is the reduced risk of injury.
If you’re not making a strange face than you’re not trying hard enough… at least that’s what we’ve heard.
One of the biggest pluses of Jet Skiing is how safe it is as compared to riding dirt bikes.
Just like motocross body position plays a huge role in riding Jet Skis.
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