This retired scrambler has clearly had better days, but continues serving the owner in a way that reflects his long gone days of glory. Would you do this to your motorcycle when it will break down for good?
Through this video, the American Motorcyclist Association sends a message to all drivers to “watch out, you don’t know who may be on that motorcycle.” I say just don’t be the guy in that car regardless of the odds to actually meet the rider any time soon because most of them don’t get to live for payback time.
If you were thinking about this dentist, you were close although not close enough.
Motorcyclists are known to be heavy drinkers (not all of them, what’s fair) and I believe that this funny creation gives a final verdict related to what this guy likes most in his life: his bike and his barrels. Combining these two passions must have required plenty of work, but the end result is well worth the effort. Although we’re not sure the thing is actually functional (we hope it isn’t) we wish he doesn’t come across the police any time soon.
If my guess is right, the motorcycle crying behind all that fur is a Yamaha FZR. What I cannot guess is why anyone would ever want to do something like this to a fully-faired motorcycle. Most likely a female motorcycle rider is trying to bring “the fluff factor” in the attention of the motorcycle press or this is simply some strange form of urban camouflage. Still, this is like wearing your overcoat during the summer.
Yamaha Motor USA has released a video revealing the Ben Spies method of winning Superbike races on his Yamaha R1 motorcycle and the famous racer is the actual one explaining all about his well kept secrets. Ok, so not even I believe what I just wrote, but at least it’s an attempt not to blow Yamaha’s cover and allow you the joy of watching such a funny video, which features all Yamaha racing riders.
There’s really no point in mounting a 137 HP, 1100cc motor on a mini quad, but we’re not trying to find a justification for the idea of these people because, quite frankly, there is none. We’re just trying to show what amazing things you can do with a spare motor, a mini quad chassis and go cart wheels. This transforms your regular boring four-wheeler into an uncontrollable blast that, despite the street rubber, is still perfectly able to spread some dust.
The power to meditate is strongly related to excluding all possible temptations from the life of any young recruit, but as Jackie Chan shows us, even the master itself is allowed to have one temptation…at least when nobody is around.
This ad is for the Bajaj Discover-DTS-i model, but it can very well stand for any other of their models due to the brilliancy of the Marketing & Advertising department.
Erik Buell, founder of the company with the same name, managed to amaze the motorcycle industry from around the world by destroying his own creation, a model which no further represents Buell Motorcycles: the Blast.
The Buell Blast was manufactured for 9 years in the United States and it was powered by a 492 cc single-cylinder engine developing 34 hp. Given also the bike’s light weight, the Blast stood out as a user-friendly and very reliable motorcycle.
Instead of showing how the 2010 model year will look like, Erik Buell brought bad news to the British from Mac Motorcycles, which will start producing a range of motorcycles powered precisely by the engine repudiated by the creator itself.
When buying a motorcycle, some riders look for speed and others for comfort, but the most challenging part for motorcycle makers was to build one machine that meets these two requests. There you have the incredible Honda Goldwing meeting the comfort standards of even the most demanding riders, but you still have to earn enough money to buy and maintain such a model. The guy who did this to his Kawasaki Ninja clearly doesn’t, but we certainly can’t blame him for that. This is just an original way to make sure he still has a vertebral spine in his 70s.
Who among you will do the same thing to their sports motorcycle?