The hardware and the details

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The school makes use of the Over The Top stunt team’s impressive collection of nutter tackle. The two-wheelers are a bog-standard Kawasaki KDX220 enduro machine and two motocrossers: A Yamaha YZ250 and a Kawasaki KX250. Both MX bikes have heavier front and rear springs to cope with the demands of the biggest jumps put on the suspension. Kristian Duke used to race the YZ in the British national championship and Andy Hobbs still competes in clubman races on the KX. The fire bike is a knackered old Honda XR250 with a straight-thru pipe for added drama, no front mudguard and its petrol cap taped up for extra safety. In addition, the team have aPolaris Prowler 500cc buggy, Honda EX400 quad and Yamaha TR1250 trike.


The Day to Remember stunt school is held on weekdays and occasional weekends from Spring to late autumn. The price of the course is £200. For that you get a full day’s tuition on the Over The Top stunt team’s toys, photos and a video of your performance and refreshments throughout the day. The school can supply all equipment (but it’s worth checking if you’re an odd size or going with a big group).

The course caters for everyone from experienced riders to those who’ve never ridden a motorcycle before. They welcome corporate groups or stag events.

” The idea is for big kids to come along and enjoy the day, ” says team leader Andy Hobbs. ” We show people what we can do and then let them have a go themselves. We just want everyone to have a day to remember. ” Get in touch with the Over the Top stunt team on: 01793-771010.

MCN Staff

By MCN Staff