SUPERMOTO STUNT RIDER

Interview

Where do you live?

I live in Malmö, Sweden. With my girlfriend and a tiny chihuahua.


How old are you?

I am born in June 1993, 26 years old.


When did you start riding?

I saved money and bought a monkeybike when I was ten. That was my first bike but I was only allowed to ride it in our summer house.


How did you learn to stunt?

When I was not able to ride the monkeybike I was bicycling. I practiced wheelies and when I turned 15 years old I bought a Yamaha Slider to continue the training.


Where do you ride?

Me and my friends used to ride on every spot we could find. Old parking lots and empty industrial areas. Nowadays we practice our sport at the parkinglot of Malmö Raceway dragracing.


Do you ride the bike to the spot?

Sometimes it is fun to ride streets, but most of the time I use my van. I enjoy stunt riding more and that should be performed at closed locations.


Favorite trix?

I love the feeling of nohanders. Hands in the air and all the control with only foot brake.


Have you ever crashed?

Oh yes, many times! I can not even count. Luckily, the bike is doing well. Pegs and sliders save it from all the scratches. However, when I run stunt shows I never try new trix only do the things I am sure about.


Any injuries?

2009 I broke my leg. Stoppies are the most dangerous trix in our sport. Otherwise, stunting is pretty safe compared to many motorsports because of the low speed.

Showtime



Elliot travels with his bikes and performs stunt shows.
Fuel & electric powered with passenger tandem stunts.
12 years of experience, protective gear & full insurance.
When riding talking with the audience by mic & speakers.
Keep an eye on his social media to find a show near you, or:


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Bikes

KTM 450 EXC-F

Yearmodel 2019.
This is Elliots main stunt bike.
An endurobike rebuilt to supermoto together with a few special parts. Subframe in steel, rear brake on the handlebar, one finger clutch, harder suspension, idle adjustment, sliderpegs and sprockets for wheelies.

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KTM 450 EXC-F

Yearmodel 2019.
This is Elliots main stunt bike.
An endurobike rebuilt to supermoto together with a few special parts. Rear frame in steel, rear brake on the handlebar, one finger clutch, harder suspension, idle adjustment, sliderpegs and sprockets for stuntriding.

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KTM 450 EXC

Yearmodel 2016.
This is Elliots second stunt bike.
Just in case there is need for another one with the same setup.

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KTM 450 EXC

Yearmodel 2016.
This is Elliots second stunt bike.
Just in case there is need for another one with the same setup.

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KTM Freeride E

Yearmodel 2018.
KTM launched an electric motorcycle and Elliot got the mission to try it. Without any technical changes to the bike it was going on front and rear wheel. Very much appreciated addition to the stunt shows. People have not seen a silent bike doing burnouts before…

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KTM Freeride E

Yearmodel 2015.
KTM launched an electric motorcycle and Elliot got the mission to try it. Without any technical changes to the bike it was going both on front and rear wheel. Very much appreciated addition to the stuntshows. People have not seen the silent burnouts before…

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KTM RC390

Yearmodel 2015.
Elliot participated in an international competition within social media. The assignment was to create so much online content with the KTM RC125 or 390 as possible.
Likes became points and Elliot’s team won.
The first price was to keep the RC390!

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KTM RC390

Yearmodel 2015.
Elliot participated in an international competition within social media. The assignment was to create so much online content with the KTM model RC390 as possible.
Likes became points and Elliot’s team won.
Now the RC390 is his daily ride.

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Monkeybike

Yearmodel: Unknown
Elliot’s career on two wheels started with this Suzuki PV50 when he was ten years old. He was riding it all day at the summer house. The model is really rare in Sweden and it is 100% street-legal.
Elliot still owns the bike.

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Monkeybike

Yearmodel: Unknown
Elliot’s career on two wheels started with this Suzuki PV50 when he was ten years old. All day he was riding it at the summer house. The model is really rare in Sweden it is 100% streetlegal.
More than ten years later, Elliot still own the bike.

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“KTM” CRF50

Yearmodel: unknown.
Copy of Elliots KTM 450 EXC 2016, in small shape.

“KTM” CRF50

Yearmodel: unknown.
Copy of Elliots KTM 450 EXC 2016, in small shape.

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Contact

E-mail: elliot@elliotgrondahl.com
Phone: +46 763-211 677

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