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When Motorcycling Meets Skiing – Skijoring!

Imagine skiing down a snow covered hill with your motorcycle in tow. That is what Skijoring is all about. Your skies are strapped on. You’re holding a rope. The motorcycle revs up and down you go, careening down the hill at top speed! If that got you excited, you are probably brave, or foolish, or a bit of both!

Skijoring – That is what this breakneck thing is called, involves a skier and a motorcycle (sometimes, horses, dogs, ATVs can replace them). In places that get major snow such as Scandinavia, Russia or Canada, the sport has a long history and there are even competitions to determine who is the bravest of them all. It made its mark as a demonstration sport for one year in the Winter Olympics.

As a biker, you are slipping and sliding on the snow all the time, so you better have your balls and your drifting skills together. As a skier, you are in for the thrill of your lifetime. What can be better than thinking at the back of your mind that the rope can get tangled in someone, or something, and you would take a nasty spill. Some Monster Energy and you should be loony and brave enough to do this. It looks dangerous and therefore, it is fun. Take a look at the video!

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About Suhas S

Motorcyclist, Traveler, Aerospace Engineer and your friendly neighborhood Batman. Suhas has been meandering on two wheels since 2008. His love for automobiles, aeroplanes and his passion for travel has brought him here. He's a RC plane hobbyist currently building a Supermarine Spitfire and the Associate Editor at TheMotorLife

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