Motorcycle vs Deer - Yamaha R1 Cuts Deer in Half, Motorcycle Crash Aftermath
I hit a deer at 85 mph and crashed. Please be aware that video contains
bloody footage of a deer sliced in two parts. I thought I will never ride
the bike after this motorcycle accident. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, LIKE AND SHARE!
THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT
I just wanted to share with you guys what happened to me back in 2012.
Hope you like the video.
Remember to always wear your gear!
Yamaha R1 Burnout, S1000RR RL, CBR, ZX6R and R6 Wheelie - Bikers 65 Sounds, Accelerations and Revs!
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Bikers HD 65 - On the video:
00:00 Yamaha R1 Burnout;
00:28 BMW S1000RR RL;
00:33 Honda CBR 1000RR Wheelie, HRC & BMW S1000RR;
00:57 Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R Wheelie;
01:09 2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R 636;
01:23 Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R;
01:29 Suzuki GSXR 750;
01:49 Yamaha R1 & Suzuki GSXR 750;
02:02 Suzuki Bandit 1200S & Yamaha XJ6;
02:15 Yamaha R6 & R1;
02:38 Honda CB 600F Hornet;
02:45 Suzuki Bandit 650;
02:59 Honda CBR 600F;
03:12 Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R;
03:25 Honda CB 600F Hornet & Suzuki Bandit 1200S;
03:59 Yamaha XJ6F;
04:06 BMW S1000RR;
04:10 Kawasaki Z750, Honda CB600F Hornet & Suzuki RF900;
04:35 Yamaha R6 Wheelie
Video Compilation edited by Ed Cunha - Filmed by EdCunha
Camera: Canon SX40 HS - Filmed in 1080p Full HD
Curitiba, Paraná, Brasil
Yamaha R1 As a First Bike - Short Man Learning How To Ride His First Motorcycle Yamaha YZF-R1
Is Yamaha R1 good as a first bike? Just check this video out! He has
never ridden any motorcycle in his entire life.
This was filmed the next day after he brought the bike home, and must say
the progress was huge as for only one day. Since then he rides with us
whenever he can. He got his gear few days later so please don't hate for
We always ride geared up and we don't let others ride with us if they don't
have proper protection. He still needs some time to gain experience, which
is needed to ride motorcycle reliably.
Yamaha R1 is good as a first motorcycle until you are not an idiot and you
don't ride hard without experience.
I just uploaded video response to this video.
He rides so much better and is getting very good on the corners. Please
take a look at it before you leave a hateful comment. Click here to see
PART 2: http://splashurl.com/l5yxh3j
Winter Bike Night (Wheelies & COPS!!!!) - Yamaha R1 Crossplane 2011
This was all filmed with a GOPROHD Hero 3 Black Edition i borrowed from a
The diference in quality compared to my HD Hero is huge....
Just another bike night....
The Cops didn't find it very funny that we parked our bikes on the
sidewalk... lol..... :P
Couple of wheelies and lots of fun!!!
This video was edited using the GOPRO Studio Editor.
2007 Suzuki GSXR 600 vs 2004 Yamaha R1
Quick video, I have two Street bikes: 2004 Yamaha R1 (1000cc) and a 2007
Suzuki GSXR 600 (600cc) Both bikes are fantastic, I love both. I
understand most people being speedhungry would select the Yamaha R1 over
the GSXR 600, simply due to the fact it is a Litre bike. But to be
perfectly honest, I am 5'10'' and both feel perfect, sure the R1 has a
better top-speed (190-195) *I weigh 150* but how often do you really need
to go that fast?... Sure it is cool saying you can go that fast if you
wanted too... but there really is no point. The GSXR can haul ballz aswell
ofcourse, breaching speeds of 160 mph + *Is that not good enough? Lol...*
Anyways, I LOVE both bikes, the Yamaha Sounds much better simply due to the
Leo Vince SBK slip on... friends tried to talk me into purchasing
Two-Brothers slip ons or the Yoshi Exhaust, but after putting some research into
it, the Leo Vince has the sound I like more. The GSXR has stock Exhaust. I think it really comes down to this,
the Yamaha R1 has many more miles on her odom than the GSXR.... and the
GSXR is newer, so each bike has their ups and downs, let me know what you
think? YAMAHA R1 or SUZUKI GSXR 600?
Yamaha R1 2004
Just got my new bike:) few revs to check the sound at the local dealer^^
Can't wait till good weather and ride the R1 :D
R1Videos.com How To Expert Oil Change 2004 2005 2006 Yamaha R1
How to change Oil. An R1Videos.com video on how to change oil on a 2004,
2005, 2006 Yamaha R1. Not only is this a DIY how to oil change video, but
you can also use this to see how to change oil filter and how to remove
fairings on your YZF-R1, and how to use a bike stand.
What you need to change your oil in your R1:
1. Motorcycle oil - JASO MA/MA2 rating (do NOT use car oil)
2. Oil filter - use a paper one time use or a re-usable (we prefer the
3. Drain plug crush washer (always replace the crush washer every time you
change your oil unless you get a thicker one that can withstand several oil
5. A 17mm open end box end wrench (drain bolt is 17mm)
6. A 3/16 allen wrench or T-handle (T-handle makes the job much faster and easier)
7. Channel lock pliers
8. Cloth or towel to protect from scratching fairings when removing and
9. Oil pan (empty litter box can work too)
(August 7th, 2011)
R1Videos.com "How To Series"
How to video #2
Robert AT R1Videos.com
Camera: Canon XL1s camera, mini DV tape
Post: Premiere Pro CS5
Location: San Antonio, TX
Cameraman / Video Production: Robert