Impossible Climb Arette 2022 - Nitro Powered Hill Climb Missiles - DC Machines

Impossible Climb Arette 2022 - Nitro Powered Hill Climb Missiles

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Impossible Climb Arette returned back with a massive Hill Climb show at the heart of Pyrenees in Southwestern France, 21 August 2022. The 38-year-old event, since 1984, challenges to the riders with its 230m climb with an elevation that varies from 70 to 82% at its steepest point. For all these years very few had the chance to see the top on their motorcycles and often, years past without no one being able to make it. We first filmed it in 2019 and in that edition, no one made it to the top. The event got cancelled both in 2020 and 2021 due to global pandemic.These guys are awesome, they're all good, they could get better but it's very hard to practice for hills, they change every year, and every year the hill changes, and the hill even changes during the event, so every time you get on the bike it's all different every time. Yeah there can be only one winner, just riding a 100 to 250 hp bike up a hill takes a lot of skill and strength and balls ,that makes them all winners, too this old dirt bike rider Baja California 1999 7days 1550 miles my longest ride. I think it is worth trying this with a 2WD motorcycle. Probably, reducing torque at the rear wheel and increasing torque at the front wheel would result in a bigger tire force at the rear wheel, and thus better stability. At 19:55 there is vital information on what you have to do to make it to the top - always keep yourself close to the bar and not let go. Not many do this and those who did had less luck than this guy did this day - and less luck was what he had at 7:39.

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