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Hi, my name is Chris Kelley or my friends call me CK and I’m speaking on behalf of Expert Village. I am a stunt man currently working out in the Hollywood area and I’m going to give you some tips today on motorcycles and motorcycle riding. Alright, its one key about motorcycling, if you’re going to be doing some off-roading where you don’t have a bike that you can ride to the job, you’re going to need a vehicle to transport. Either a trailer and a vehicle to tow it, or as I have a big old green and white 1975 Chevy van. Inside here we have here a couple bikes, your basic street bike and a motocross bike. When you’re transporting you want to make sure that your bikes are securely fastened down, you know in the front and back you don’t need them falling back and forth, smashing each other. Alright, when you have your bikes strapped down, you want to make sure you have your front wheels securely stationed, whether you have it in the wheel schlock or something where it’s not going to slide back and forth and also you want consistent tie downs on the handle bars or the front forks that will hold the bike down securely, it’s a one man deal. So I guess I’m going to go ahead and unload these and you can find out a little more about them.