Moron and a Noob on a Motorcycle for the FIRST TIME!
Brad riding his first motorcycle larger than 125cc.
Check out Exit Vine here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGtkLhXjSFg
Yes, I say going into the high rpms "isn't good" and now everyone who saw my BMW video is going to call me a hypocrite. But I also say "for the first time" and what I mean is since it's his very first time riding the bike he should be shifting a bit smoother in the lower rpms......that's all. Put me on a Ninja 250 and I'll keep it within 3k of redline the whole time I'm on it :P .
How to Knee Drag Knee Down Explained Part 1
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Sorry about the spelling mistake in the intro! Only realized after I
I had to make this into a 2 part video just because of the length! Hope you
Part 2 is coming very soon and will be shot on the road! =)
Please please if you new to riding don't try this until you are completely
comfortable and confident (not cocky) before you attempt trying this!
Remember to wear all the gear!
Please remember this is how I do it! I'm sure there are different ways of
doing it, and possibly better ways too! I f you know of one please share it
with me.... I'm always willing to learn a better way! Better still make a
video response! =)
Go check out the videos I mentioned (links below)
TheAK47s counter steering vid: http://youtu.be/IfLdYO6HFbk
huskerzGBR Gear shifting vid: http://youtu.be/xakVMScF4wc
bakerxdereks counter steering & body position vid:
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Dad's First Time on a Motorcycle
After a while of trying to persuade him to let me he finally said yes to me
take him on a ride. Note that the entire time he is on the bike he does not
ever hold me or the bike... Kinda just holds on to my jacket.
My First Motorcycle Accident unedited RAW footage
Bike: 2004 Sv 650 SF
18:31 is the time you want to skip to.
Before i go into the details and BS excuses "this was entirely my (the
operator of the vehicle) fault this could have been avoided by safer riding
and following basic teachings."
now that being said i came in too fast into the corner im not sure how fast
i was going (38mph while in the turn) but i hesitated as i was in the turn
and slightly applied the front brakes causing me to move over into the
other lane. i attempted to push back into my lane on the slippery road
surface and the bike slid out from under me.
my other bullshit excuse is that on my normal commutes i dont get into much
of a lean and the outer portion of my tire (the Chicken Strip) hasnt been
broken in yet so it was basically turning on a wet surface at high speeds
with a new tire with its slippery outer lining. and after reviewing the
video im pretty sure i slipped on the white divider lines.
and yes this was my first time riding on that road
damage to the bike can be seen in the vid damage to me was a
sprained/swollen left thumb and minor scrape near my knee/shin area (about
How to Ride a Motorcycle - How to NOT Stall at Stop Lights
Starting out in first gear is the hardest part about learning to ride a
motorcycle for the first time. I give you a couple tips and explain how I
learned to operate the clutch and throttle to get clean starts every time.
I recorded this video right before work, so I was a little rushed. I hope
it's helpful. If anybody has any questions, feel free to leave a comment.
A noob Moment
A noob Moment, fuel tap was off. i never leave it off. mabye i did i dunno
Camera: Drift Innovations HD170 - Stealth - 720p
Motorbike: 1998 Honda Hornet CB600f
Edited with Final Cut Pro X on mac
Audio is from the Mic placed inside my helmet
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traffic."Onboard footage with Tyler Kirk. Tyler is now a responsible rider
and hopes nobody will repeat or try riding a motorcycle in such an
irresponsible manner. Tyler is an adrenaline junky and used his motorcycle
in a very dangerous way to get that burning yet pleasurably warm,
exhilarating yet calming adrenaline rush. He came close to dying many
times. He encourages people to obey the law and new riders to get their
experience on the racetrack where it is safe."
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Top Cheap Mods for your Motorcycle
Mods start at 2:20
(FF)* Back to a motorcycle related information video. Its aimed at the
riders new to 2 wheels and don't have lobster for dinner every night. The
more experienced of you will no doubt have your own opinions and you are
welcome to contribute via the comments tab.
Naturally, this is prefaced with 2 minutes of me moaning about the weather
for those of you who enjoy sharing my misery.
The total cost of these mods is around £160.
*FAMILY FRIENDLY (FF) - will mean from now on, if it has this at the start,
it contains NO swearing. Don't worry, for those of you who enjoy bad
language, there will be Family Unfriendly (FU) videos to peruse in future
at your leisure.
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How and Why Motorcycle Lane Splitting is Safe and Good - /RideApart
Motorcycles riding between cars! Calm down, the legal practice of lane
splitting saves car drivers time and money by reducing overall congestion
while allowing motorcycles to take charge of their own safety. Here's why
everyone, including car drivers, should support legal lane splitting.
Jamie and a Triumph Street Triple are joined by Harlan Flagg of electric
motorcycle dealer Hollywood Electrics and Wes returns from injury on a
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First Time Learning How to Ride a Motorcycle with My Dad on My New Ninja 250R
I had an incredibly fun time learning how to ride my new motorcycle for the
first time! I feel so much more confident on it now! Don't mind the crappy,
too tight, non-motorcycling outfit, just threw something on because a lot
of my clothes were in the dirty clothes, not to mention my 5 o'clock
shadow. This clearly wasn't for looks. The gun part at the end is a gun my
dad brought over with him while teaching my how to ride. I asked him for it
and he's letting me borrow it for home defense, not for any kind of
cowardly hunting. :P Just had to include it. :P
Thanks to ninja250.org for all of the info on riding.
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