There are motorcycle burnouts, and there are two-wheel-drive motorcycle burnouts – the latter of which don't happen too often. All-wheel-drive motorcycle maker Christini also makes frame kits to convert certain KTM and Honda motorcycles into two-wheel-drive monsters, and this converted Austrian adventure bike could be the first motorcycle to perform a two-wheel-drive burnout - or at least the first one captured on video.

Regardless of whether it's the first or not, the video of the burnout (which you can watch below) is thoroughly entertaining. If you're interested in what it took to convert the motorcycle to AWD and the engineer's drowned-out explanation leaves you scratching your head, head on over to the forum that documented the build.

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