As we have seen in various cases, motorcycle riders are likely to end up in jail with a single too enthusiastic twist of the throttle, but the guy in this video has found an easier way for him to achieve that exact purpose by making his very own motorcycle rocket launchers and fitting them to his Honda CBR600RR motorcycle. As you can suppose, the things flew all over the place, but at least we get the promise of much more accurate shooting for the next videos. Meanwhile, check this one out after the break.
Looking at this picture most people will say “I don’t need to wear my glasses to see what’s happening there,” but the fact is that this looks like a very skillful dog at his best. And like all rebel riders, he gave his helmet to the passenger rather than wear it himself.
This reminds me of…
but let’s better leave the touchy subject to the actual guys involved.
This video created by Patrick Boivin shows Michael Jackson visibly disturbed by the fact that a certain Mr. Bean, who rides a classic Vespa scooter, is messing around while the King of Pop is practicing his dance routines. They end up getting into a fight like we would have seen in old episodes of “Dexter” and the whole thing is quite funny to watch, especially if you’re a fan of the two celebrities and the Italian scooter that replaces Mr. Bean’s Mini once in a while.
As far as we’re aware, motorcyclists don’t waist their time fighting windmills, so these pictures are just part of a funny way to promote the Red Bull Don Quixote 2 enduro race for couples in Spain. The original idea is quite funny, especially because of the fact that the brave knights look so unenthusiastic about their 1hp. We have also attached the trailer after the jump.
Little did Honda knew that one of their 125cc scooters will end up a tool for washing dog filth off the streets of London, but this picture says it all. GB imported the Honda street washing machine from France; it seems that the idea of such a utility vehicle was first put into practice back in the Eighties in Paris.
A water vacuum system and a 25-litre box set it apart from its standard siblings, but also the £12,000 ($19,981) price. Just make sure you don’t confuse it with a pizza bike because that can kill your appetite.
Those with a soft spot for trikes can finally fulfill their passion without getting into trouble. What you see here is a three-wheeled vehicle that looks like the Stealth bomber, allowing us to suppose that the cops won’t be right on your tail once you give that Corvette engine some juice. Called the Cheetah, this is one of the most unusual trikes we have seen lately and it is powered by a fuel-injected, Corvette LS-1, mid-engine V8, which is mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission, meaning that this unique cat is not as hard to master as you would think.
From obvious reasons, this project started from a brand new chassis made of stainless steel, while the aluminum bodywork with hydraulic tilt is what actually gets the peoples attention, apart from the fact that it takes as much parking space as an SUV.
This is a wall clock conceived specially for motorcycle lovers and not only. It runs thanks to a small motor that moves a bicycle chain on which you will find attached the numbers, totalizing 12 hours.
But this thing has actually exceeded the conceptual faze and it is now a very exquisite item that surely won’t end up on the garage wall. That is mostly because of the $2.338 tag price, but if only things were that easy. You actually have to order and pay this wall clock for motorcycle enthusiasts and then wait four months until being delivered to you.
I reckon most bikers have an engineer side and can end up with something similar for as little as 50 bucks in less time, so why bother?
Starting from the idea that everyone loves Vespas – including Harley-Davidson riders – this commercial shows such a rider getting up close and personal with the gorgeous ET4 model, which makes the subject of the video ad.
This is the kind of humor that we like to see in motorcycle/scooter commercials and the fact that this one shows both does the trick big time.
The first reaction that you tend to have when seeing this is best resumed by the title. What’s the point of riding a motorcycle if you have any sort of roof above your head? Apparently, the respective umbrella “doubles as a sunshade and a rotary type clothes line plus of course it’s handy to be able to use it when it’s raining!”
Leaving the parts of your Suzuki GSX-R spread around the garage turns out being an inspired choice as the magic attraction between these get the bike together in less than five minutes.
Actually, this video was done with the use of stop-action photography in order to show the most important steps of the assembly process without showing the actual people that got the job done. I wonder if that’s also the way things get done back in Japan.