When lights fall down (or not), I see no reason for you to…brake a few bones! Exactly like in this bunch of short clips of guys trying to show off their motorcycle riding skills and failing miserably. There must be other ways of learning. I mean, have they ever thought at mechanically limiting the throttle action if they can’t do it humanly with their brains? That’s where it all starts.
There’s a reason why people add the “Do not try this at home!” warning, you know? Because you could actually end up like this guy who apparently stolen his kind’s bike (very mature) and had the neighbors film him as his wife was too tired of the nonsense he keeps doing. Just look at him go!
It is funny how this guy knows all the performance data of its drag electric motorcycle, but when it comes to doing a burnout – which is something ordinary for somebody who races on a straight line – it blows us away and ends up going to the hospital unconscious. I’d rather not see this, but it is a good lesson for all of you out there who think that electric motorcycles aren’t as powerful as the ones fed with petrol.
It is nice to see the sponsors on that cap, but wouldn’t a helmet do any better?
Ok Johnny, so you’re the coolest guy in your opinion now! You’ve got the helmet, you’ve showed your tattoo and you don’t even know how to release the clutch. Ohh…very poor! It is good that you have a “trainer, though”; at least there is somebody there to laugh at you when you leave your tattoo on the asphalt. Don’t bother to get up because you’ll make an even greater impression. Aren’t you tired of these unconscious kids that ask which one is the throttle and believe they’ve learned it all?
Motorcycle wipeouts are inevitable in any competition and seeing so many in the three and a half minute video makes you wonder how safe is piloting nowadays. But if you take a closer look, you will notice that most of the events happen on ‘90s motorcycle models, which means that the continuously developing industry has covered up a lot of ground and such accidents don’t happen so often now without a piloting error.
When stupidity in your life hits you straight in the face you don’t even know if the nightmare has passed or it has just started. Many times – this one included – one has finished and another one has barely started.
Take the short time and watch the video below. Believe me; it will help you a lot!
If not willing to end up like these two kids in Russia who have put their hands on an old communist-made motorcycle, I suggest learning from them absolutely nothing. For starters, they don’t wear helmets and that tells a lot of their minds having the size of walnuts. And the guy riding (well…trying to ride) knows only how to start the two-stroke motorcycle (easy to retain and easy to impress the girls), but after that “it all comes naturally”, isn’t it?
When buying a regular bike or, even more, one that is custom made for you, there’s that innocent thought that you’ll be riding forever and ever again and only change it when getting bored or feeling the need of something else.
But in the case of David Draiman from Disturbed, absolutely nothing had gone as normally supposed. Call it bad luck or everything you want, but that bike’s faith was to vanish. Why don’t you better listen to him?
Eleven years ago in the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, Cory Scott had done its fifth and last unbelievable jump. Having succeeded to do the stunt perfectly four times before let organizers take no extra precaution methods, but simply base on the stuntman’s skill and ability to grab the nets and hold on. Things didn’t go exactly that way and participants where traumatized by the awful experience they had gone through.
Recently, a news story was released in which spectators talk about the thing that shocked them most in its entire lives.
We’re sure that there’s a long string of bikers that have grew watching Arthur Fonzarelli in the wonderful Fonzie series back in the days. Riding, or better said, jumping its motorcycle, the famous character perfectly defines the pure and irresistible image previously known only by Evil Knievel.
And if the scene catches all the steps of one of the stunt man’s famous jumps, it still remains a pretty pitiful moment played perfectly by the actor. Check out the retro scene!