Chris Pfeiffer won the German Stuntriding Open for the second year in a row last weekend on his BMW F800R.
Pfieffer was pleased with his result: "I am very happy to win. There were many of the world’s best riders competing, a lot of new, extremely difficult tricks."
The event was staged on the start/finish straight of the well-known Hockenheimring road racing circuit.
Since he placed first in qualifying, Pfeiffer had the advantage of starting last. This allowed him to watch his rivals, see the tricks that they were showing and note how the judges responded to their performances.
Pfeiffer delivered his newest trick on the BMW F800R – the ‘180 brake slide roll back’. "Yep, that was great," explained a jubilant Pfeiffer after his performance. "I was really flowing afterwards, barely making a mistake."
Stuntriding German Open
1. Chris Pfeiffer, GER
2. Sebastien Desbonnet, FRA
3. Rafal Pasierbeck, POL
4. Thomas Sagnier, FRA
5. Martin Kratky, CZE
Pfeiffer also took the German title on Sunday morning. This championship was decided in one run.
Stuntriding German Championship
1. Chris Pfeiffer
2. Bastian Buchan
3. Andreas Halcour
4. Stephan Günther
5. Arjan de-Graaf
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