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What’s better, car or bike? The debate that’s raged since the dawn of, erm, powered wheels has just entered a new phase: drifting. Oh yes.

See, the standard argument from the leather romper suit crowd runs that even a mediumly affordable superbike is far faster than even the most super of supercars. Which, at a track, on a straight, tends to be true, as skeletal motorbikes boast a better power-to-weight ratio than fat, lumpy cars. But, when they’re faced with the wiggly bits, bikes struggle as they only have two contact patches to deal with braking zones and corners. Advantage car.

But what about sideways? In a car, drifting’s a balancing act between steering angles and throttle inputs. Whereas, on a bike, it looks quite literally like a scary balancing act.

How awesome would it be if we could get these guys together for a little battle. Drift tutorial on a motor cycle

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This guy shows us how to drift on a Motorcycle, a short and hopefully useful tutorial, but don’t try this at home, as it is done by professionals and in a controlled environment , enjoy the motorcycle drifting,

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