Moron and a Noob on a Motorcycle for the FIRST TIME!
Brad riding his first motorcycle larger than 125cc.
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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 Ride a Motorcycle for the very FIRST TIME
How to ride a motorcycle for the very first time, my original video:
First time Fails: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGflpQoKVMY
This guy hits the front brake (I advise rear brake only the VERY FIRST TIME
you ride): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqndJr1zOpk
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how to ride a motorcycle for beginners
This Is Why I Always Ride With A Camera - DMV Harassment
I was riding behind a drivers license applicant and evaluator (unbeknownst
to me at the time). We were both signaling to turn right at the upcoming
intersection. Once they reached the intersection, they braked harder,
straightened their wheels, and almost came to a complete stop in the
intersection. I figured they were simply lost (either way, it was
dangerous for them to stop in an intersection). While staying behind the
car, I hesitantly went right, waiting to see to which direction they would
commit, and I gave them a honk as to say "hey, you need to keep moving."
They slowly went forward but then stopped in the middle of the street
again, even though they had a clear path into the driveway to the DMV. I
went to the right to get out of the middle of the street and I gave them
another honk, much more agitated this time. The car very slowly continued
and then stopped a third time in the middle of the driveway. I slowly
followed and kept my distance, trying to get out of the street as quickly
as possible. The car indicated a right turn into the parking lot and also
drove as if committing to that direction. I checked the right traffic
(camera-view blocked by my helmet) and slowly went to the left and parked
in the motorcycle parking area. The evaluator came out and started yelling
at me, saying that she took control of the wheel because she assumed I was
going to try to cut them off, which the footage shows I clearly never did.
She took down my license plate number and said she would try to get my
license revoked for being unsafe, which was completely ridiculous. If
anything, the evaluator was being unsafe by trapping me dead stopped in
moving traffic *three* times. As for cutting them off when they made the
left turn inside the parking lot, I can honestly say that it was an honest
mistake caused by their unpredictable driving patterns. They were
signaling right and they were driving in that direction. The driver's
behavior was erratic and gave the impression that they either didn't know
where they were going or that they didn't know how to drive. I had no way
of knowing that they were going to swing left behind me when they were
already committing to go right. The footage clearly shows that I wasn't in
any hurry or trying to cut anyone off. Furthermore, the evaluator was
obviously not using her brain because if she were, she would've noticed
that I was wearing full gear during the hottest day of the year so far
(over 100º). Shouldn't that show her where my priorities are? I wasn't
riding unsafely, but I do get impatient when people stop in the middle of
the road for no reason. It's unsafe and inefficient.
I made a few phone calls as soon as I got home and I ended up speaking to
the branch and regional managers for that DMV location. Once I shared what
happened and mentioned my video camera, they were quick to issue me an
apology and assure me that there will be no issue with my driving record or
Last note: for those of you who will say that I should have given the
drivers license applicant more grace because they are new, I have this
response: if you are supposed to be taking a test that authorizes you to
operate a motor vehicle on public streets, you should already be competent
enough to drive that vehicle smoothly and correctly. If you can't do that,
then you shouldn't be on the roads with the potential to get a lot of
people hurt or killed, including us motorcyclists who are the most common
victims of driver unawareness.
I'm adding the California Vehicle Codes related to this video. The driver
easily violated these three codes, and probably many more. What's worse,
the DMV worker admits in the video that she took the wheel and caused this
herself. She should know better.
"CVC 21717. Whenever it is necessary for the driver of a motor vehicle to
cross a bicycle lane that is adjacent to his lane of travel to make a turn,
the driver shall drive the motor vehicle into the bicycle lane prior to
making the turn and shall make the turn pursuant to Section 22100 [general
"CVC 22100. Except as provided in Section 22100.5 or 22101, the driver of
any vehicle intending to turn upon a highway shall do so as follows:
(a) Right Turns. Both the approach for a right-hand turn and a right-hand
turn shall be made as close as practicable to the right-hand curb or
edge of the roadway."
"CVC 22400. (a) No person shall drive upon a highway at such a slow speed
as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic...
No person shall bring a vehicle to a complete stop upon a highway so as to
impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic unless the
stop is necessary for safe operation or in compliance with law."
Why You Shouldn't start on a 600cc Supersport Motorcycle
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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
Angry Motorist vs Motorcycle
If I was stuck in traffic, I'd be angry too.
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After 10 years of being a part of the drift scene, Phil Morrison and James
Robinson from Driftworks took a tour of Japan, accompanied by film maker Al
Clark, and guided by Mitto Steele.
The goal was to see where drifting originated. To find out why it has
advanced so much, and why the drivers will risk everything to do it.
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Stunts EPIC motorcycle and dirt bike compilation - part 3
Part 3 of this epic compilation of motorcycle, scooter, and dirt bike
crashes or fails.
From Dual sport, motards, scooters, Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and
Honda racing bikes or crotch rockets.
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Watch dirt bike stunts, crazy stunts, bike tricks, and motorcycle wheelies.
Motorcycle stunt riding, sometimes referred to as simply stuntriding, is a
motorcycle sport characterized by stunts involving acrobatic maneuvering of
the motorcycle and sometimes the rider. Common maneuvers in stunt riding
include wheelies, stoppies, and burnouts. Sport bikes have become a common
vehicle for stunts.
A wheelie on a motorized vehicle is nothing new. In drag racing they are
considered a problem, robbing power that could be used to accelerate the
vehicle faster, and many classes
of drag racing use wheelie bars to prevent them.
But those are for vehicles specifically built for drag racing, which rarely
are street-legal, or unmodified from stock. In contrast, since at least the
1970s, some motorcycles straight from the showroom floor were able to be
In the late 1980s and continuing today, motorcycles, and especially
sportbikes, have become lighter and more powerful, and have therefore
become easier to wheelie. Other stunts have also become possible if not
easy with the advancement of motorcycle technology.
Stunters are a controversial subculture of motorcycling. Stunters perform
motorcycle stunts on sportbikes, both on public roads and in private
venues. Some stunters even have organized commercial teams.
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Shocking Motorcycle Crash into Bicycles 4/27/2013
Rider hits cyclists coming out of a turn on Mulholland Hwy. Cyclists didn't
appear to have serious injuries. Note about cyclists and riders co-existing
on this famous 2 mile stretch of road. Even though bicycles are up here in
increasing numbers, this is the first time a bicycle has been hit by a
motorcycle In the four years I've been up here. Motorcycle riders of all
skill levels come up here to ride. The rider was not speeding & riding fine
until he hit his foot and stood the bike up causing the bike to go wide. He
then target fixated on the cyclist. . Here is a similar crash -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGAXsv2SL0c There are many more just like
it. It is a very common type of crash on this turn. Just usually no one is
there and the rider falls alone. It is very unfortunate, and a rare case of
being in the wrong place at the wrong time. We wish the cyclists a speedy
Great Link for Riders - Why Do We Panic in a Turn -
Update on Cyclist from Comments -" This was my friend visiting from England
who was struck first. (I was further back on the hill when the accident
happened and am one of the guys who comes in the picture to his
assistance). He's doing ok today, was discharged from the hospital
yesterday with no broken bones. Miraculously.."
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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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