The Silodrome, or “The Wall of Death”, first started appearing in the early 20th century. Almost as soon as motorcycles were invented people were figuring out creative methods of getting them sideways, the Silodrome was usually built to the specifications of a grain silo, hence the name, with a 20 to 36-foot diameter. Stunt riders enter the Silodrome and use G-forces as they accelerate to remain seemingly glued to the wall, often collecting tips from people at the top of the ‘drome as they go around.
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