"Duel at the Docks" Goes Overboard for Thrillseekers with "Team No Limit"

October 31, 2006 7:18am

October 30, 2006 - A 40-foot Skyshot Bridge courtesy of Honda. The first-ever tunnel on a supermoto track. The deep blue of Long Beach Harbor just a few feet away from the edge of the track. A straightaway bookended with hairpins. Troy Lee's "Duel At The Docks" AMA Supermoto Championship finale this weekend at the Queen Mary will be jam-packed with on-the-edge action. But you want more, you say? No problem.

Renowned movie moto-stuntman and host of the "SUPERBIKERS" TV show, Jason Britton will add a megadose of adrenalin to the weekend with his "Team No Limit" extreme superbike stunt show. Britton's jaw-dropping array of high-speed tricks run the gamut of everything your mom told you never to do on a motorcycle, along with a few things you never even thought of: standing on the gas tank in fourth gear before jumping down onto the seat, 100 mph stoppies, and tandem rides where it looks like no one is holding on to anything at all.

In keeping with the weekend's race theme, Britton and fellow Team No Limit street-stunt rider Eric Hoenshell will be joined at "Duel At The Docks" by supermoto stunter Ryan Moore on a Honda CRF450.

"Minds will be blown by what Ryan is capable of doing on a supermoto bike," said Britton, who is no stranger to blowing minds himself. "He does things on a motorcycle that are not to be believed. The fans are going to love the show and have a lot of fun at the Queen Mary this weekend."

Jason Britton casually performs just one of the wheelies in his amazing repertoire, none of which seem humanly possible.

Troy Lee's "Duel At The Docks" begins on Friday, Nov. 3rd with practice sessions that are open to the public. Saturday the 4th will feature amateur racing in the NASMOTO (North American Supermoto) championship, with the AMA Supermoto Championship national final taking place on Sunday the 5th.

Tickets are available at www.troyleedesigns.com and at participating Southern California Honda motorcycle dealers. Prices are $15/Friday, $25/Saturday, $35/Sunday, or $50 for the whole weekend. Kids age 12 and under get in free with a paid adult using a voucher available at Honda motorcycle dealers. A limited number of motorcycles will be able to park in the Queen Mary lot, while those in autos will park at the nearby Long Beach Convention Center and take advantage of a convenient stream of shuttle buses and watercraft to and from the racetrack.