Inside Tyler Bereman's Latest Ride
Ride the whip
Prior to the start of X Games Minneapolis 2017, XGames.com caught up with Moto X Best Whip and Quarterpipe High Air competitor Tyler Bereman to get an inside look at his latest ride. Bereman's Kawasaki KX450F Best Whip Bike was built by Robbie Brown of R and C Motorsports.
Good and bad news
The good news about having an hour meter read 0.1 hours is that you have a brand new bike. The bad news is that your pride and joy wont look this great for long, or ever again for that matter.
Road to success
Skills to pay the bills with talent to turn heads. Tyler Bereman has the right people working with him behind the scenes on his road to success.
On the front end
Renthal Twin Wall handlebars are secured to the frame by polished Pro Circuit triple clamps.
Time and money
Bereman said he's never put this much time and money into a build before. To say he's proud of his Robbie Brown of R and C Motorsports built Kawasaki KX450F is an understatement.
So fresh, so clean
Does it really have to get dirty? This bike could be in an art gallery exhibit.
So fresh, so clean: This build could be mistaken for a factory race bike.
Grey textured grip surface over a flat black frame houses the C4MX modded 450cc Kawasaki engine. Good luck hanging onto this rocket.
Rear end setup
A flat black swingarm is complimented by a gold chain and larger black rear sprocket for increased acceleration.
You won't find these trick Showa forks on a Kawasaki at your local dealership. If you have to ask how much, you probably can't afford them.
The dark knight
Black, grey, chrome and cyan: This dark-themed ride is sure to stand out.
Creative sponsor placement
Being over age 21 allows you to have a cool, refreshing beer sponsor. The 805 logo was creatively placed on the radiator louvers.
Attention to detail
Getting tired of details yet? We didn't think so. Check out the welds on this FMF header pipe.
Don't put it out with your boots, Ted
Raptor foot pegs keep Bereman's boots glued to the bike, unless he should choose to take them off. He's been know to do that mid-whip.
A polished rear brake pedal accents a black-coated engine case with matching Hinson Racing, MECMX and Boyesen accessories.
Give us a brake Tyler
Slowing down never looked so good. Even the brake calipers are refinished in bronze.
Works of art
The wheels built by Dubya are a work of art in itself. It also helps that they are extremely durable to withstand harsh landings that Tyler Bereman is susceptible to. Check out Bereman and his new bike at X Games Minneapolis 2017.