Crazy bike rider in Brazil riding at 100mph in busy road
People can be crazy, but i have not seen a crazy rider like this. The
helmet cam of this crazy rider in Brazil showing him speeding past 100mph
in a busy street in Sao Polo, Brazil. I must say he is alive today just
because of his luck. If even one car is out of lane, it would have caused a
He is riding in a Yamaha XJ6, which has a modified Exhaust.
You can see him almost crashing at 3.17. He is just lucky thats all. If he
continues to drive like this, it will take him to his grave for sure.
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UK Motorbike Traffic cops with Suzuki Hayabusa
The first of a small clip taken from a show featuring traffic cops
including a unmarked motorbike officer and a chase at 110mph. The rider of
the bike was prosecuted and got £750 fine and 6 points.
Hundreds of amazing motorbikes ride to London [24.06.2012] Chopper, Sport bikes, Pass by, Drive by
Hundreds of motorbikes riding to London to protest against EU laws.
24.06.2012. Cruiser's, Sport bikes and Touring. (lots of choppers). Riding
along the M3 near Winchester, Hampshire, England.
Yamaha Suzuki Honda Scooter Kawasaki Davidson Motorbike Stunt Wheelie
Ducati Tuning Racing Motorcycles Rossi Exhaust Custom Race Motogp Ninja Triumph
Valentino Chopper Ride "Cruiser (motorcycle)" Trikes Burnout 50cc 100cc
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Ace Cafe Rideout London... Supermoto Action - Part 1 (720p HD)
thanks for watching and don't forget to check my videos out and SUB
We have a drz400uk.org forum meetup :).. and take a ride to ace cafe
london.. just a few clips from that day on the way to there
Thanks to 187premises for bluring all the plates out
Central London Filtering Fun
Yesterday was a glorious spring London day - but amazingly windy. Took a
spin around London to show how much easier it is to get around a congested
city on two wheels. A rider's eye view, for those who don't normally ride
Why owning a motorbike in London makes sense . . . .
1) You get far more performance for much less money.
2) You get way more MPG than the majority of cars, plus you are often
3) You get to look like the Stig.
4) You can pretend to be an Alien.
5) Traffic jams are not a problem.
6) You are forced to improve your road skills by forward planning cos minor
knocks are serious.
7) You are become more interesting (until you start talking about it all
8) It is the closest you will ever get to flying like superman.
9) People will rarely ask you for lifts.
10) People won't ask you to help them move house.
11) Four Wheels moves your body, two wheels moves your soul (Thank you
Premises 187 for reminding me)
12) Animals are scared of you, maybe not a good thing, but a thing none the
Please comment with your suggestions!! :-)
Motor Bike Courier Ride in London
No one should ride like this or attempt to copy!
Your going to just have to trust me after 1000miles a week for 5 years at
faster speeds than I dare do on
this day with a large camera on my shoulder you are unimaginably good and
trust no car. Even a few days off work would show in your riding and
require slowing down to compensate. Your reaction times get less and les
until you no longer react and become completely predictive. At any one time
predicting 5 things each vehicle could physically do without warning no
matter how illegal or unlikely and making sure the physics of your relative
speed and distance make no more than glancing blows possible. If your quite
close to a vehicle and he swerves into you the impact is quite low and if
you swerve equally you will simply stay upright be shoved hard across the
road.. If you over take whilst vehicles are coming the other way the one
thing you can guarantee is that the vehicle your over taking will not turn
right or u turn.. Some times with a huge amount of experience what looks
dangerous is in fact not at all. this trip was done at least 3- 5 times a
day for many years and the total mileage added up to be about the
equivalent to 25years for the average rider miles at the end of this my no
claims bonus was still intact.
It all occered back in 1994 and happy to say I am now reformed car driver
that always looks out for bikes! If you a biker my frirst and key advice is
not to try to ride like this. Secondly we bikers are the first to complain
if a car driver makes a move without looking or indicating unyet often we
are the worse culprits. Don't think because your on a bike no other bike
will ever overtake and always look and indicate when overtaking or
filtering past traffic. If nothing else you will have a easyer insurance
claim if your indicating correctly when a dick head turns right without
I no longer ride bikes but wish all bikers luck and safe ride!
Cyclists (and car drivers) in London ignoring red traffic lights
There has not been one single day, on my daily commute through London on my
motorbike, when I have not seen at least one cyclist going through a red
light. Are they colour-blind? Or do they just think that the rules of the
road do not apply to them? What's worse is that when they nearly cause an
accident through their stupidity and selfishness, rather than apologise,
they usually launch a tirade of abuse.
It's not just cyclists, though. Look at the car drivers who seem unable to
distinguish a red light at the top, from a green light at the bottom.