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Motorcycle Body Paint, Turning Humans in Motorcycles

YouMotorcycle follows some very cool motorcyclists on Twitter. Twitter is a great way of finding out what’s new and exciting in your field of interest.

When we think about it, motorcycles and the performing arts don’t always go hand in hand. Something about running a motorcycle on a stage for too long killing dancers. Imagine my surprise when the most interesting motorcycle-related tweet I came across in the YouMotorcycle Twitter feed was from “G”, Toronto’s top professional contortionist, and a non-motorcyclist (boo! hiss!).

She tweeted a post from Fstoppers, a video blog. The Progressive International Motorcycle show needed some promotional material. They teamed up with i.d.e.a. and with the help of performers and body paint artists began transforming humans into motorcycles.

The “Behind The Scenes – Human Motorcycles” video explains it all and shows just what an amazing job everyone from artist to performers were doing and the work that went into the project.

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Now check out the video:

For more interesting images of motorcycling mixed in with art and performance, check out the Motorcycle Contortionist Photoshoot Part 1 and Part 2 with “G”.

Adrian S.

I bet you wish you had taken more arts classes now, don’t ya?

About Adrian

Adrian is the YouMotorcycle Editor. He never planned on becoming a blogger, but liked the idea of sharing his passion and encouraging others to get out and ride. He believes that anyone thinking about buying a motorcycle should hurry up and buy one, and that everyone who already owns a motorcycles should ride more. He likes V-Twins, scooters, and breaking social norms. He occasionally wears a suit and high-top sneakers when he rides to work. Sometimes he takes out his tools and everything goes from bad to worse. Sometimes everything just falls into his lap. Whatever the case he stays grateful and always tries to learn. If you feel motorcycling is a lifestyle, follow him via social media.

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