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Supermotos sliding at 300 fps

These superb shots show supermotos laying down black lines at Neutal in Austria. The camera used was a RED, a high-end digital camera created by Oakley founder James 'Jim' Jannard. Jannard started Oakley back in '75 with just 300 bucks, creating handlebar grips for motocross and BMX. Just over 30 years and many pairs of glasses later he had sold the company for $2.2billion, which allowed him to indulge in his love of cameras full time.

Janning's current lenses are now attached to the RED cameras taking images for the likes of the video above as well as feature films including Prometheus and Jackass 3D. Oakley isn't doing too bad either, with many top athletes wearing their sunnies, including MotoGP riders Valentino Rossi and current World Champion Casey Stoner.

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