Foot Peg Catches then Crash - 2009 Yamaha R1
Rider on a Crossplane R1 catches foot peg causing rider to exit the
roadway. Rider was uninjured.
Mulholland Highway in Los Angeles has been a popular hangout for
motorcycles & fast cars for decades. Car and motorcycle clubs are regular
visitors every weekend. Jay Leno can often be found at the famous Rockstore
and at a view point called Lookout talking with fellow motor enthusiasts.
Crashes are common as well as a heavy police presence on most weekends. The
Snake is a two mile section of Mulholland above the Rockstore. Riders
usually will make multiple runs allowing me to move from corner to corner
when assembling rider videos. The speed limit is 45 mph, most riders are
not going much over that so the majority of tickets are crossing the line,
wheelies or equipment violations. Bicycles are up here all the time but
motorcycles and bikes seem to do fine together as long as the cyclists are
willing to stay to the right. Cars passing them are a bigger problem since
there is no shoulder and most turns are blind.
I mainly shoot on the last corner coming up because I can see much of the
road and photogs are expected. The turn gets it's fair share of crashes
but people crash other places also just no one is filming. The top corner I
shoot seem to average one crash every couple weeks in the summer, out of
many hundreds of riders. 911 emergency services are rarely called and
accidents are seldom reported since most riders do not get injured
severely. Google Street View - http://goo.gl/wsMi
r1 cbr gsxr zx6r wheelie with redline bikerz ORIGINAL
ORIGINAL REDLINE VIDEO!!
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and posting it on their account. Please help us keep this video up by
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Muscle Truck vs. Baja Bug! 1974 Chevy C10 Battles Fred's Volkswagen Baja Bug - Roadkill Ep. 28
Remember the drag racing '74 Chevy Muscle Truck from Roadkill Episode 18?
It's back, but with a twist: it's gonna become a true dual-sport ride for
surf and turf, shedding its drag slicks for Super Swamper Boggers and
hitting the sand dunes...hard! And to prove that a lowered, two-wheel-drive
pickup can dominate the dunes, Freiburger and Finnegan set up a shootout
with Fred Williams from the Dirt Every Day series on the Motor Trend
channel. Fred brought out his '69 VW Baja Bug from DED Episode 23 and went
head to head with the Muscle Truck on the beach at Pismo, California.
The Roadkill/HOT ROD Magazine Muscle Truck is a '74 Chevy C10 shortbed,
stepside, with a GM LS6 crate engine (like the all-aluminum V8 found in a
C6 ZO6 Corvette). It's stock other than a small crane cam, midlength
headers, and a new addition for this episode: MSD's Atomic EFI (the truck
used to run a carburetor). The Atomic setup is atop a BBK intake manifold,
and uses a stock LS1 throttle body. That legendary Exhaust sound comes
from 3-inch pipe with 4-inch Dynomax Bullet race mufflers.
The truck's transmission is a JW turbo
400 backed by a Gear Vendors over/underdrive unit. And it really needs
overdrive because the Ford 9-inch rear carries 5.13 gears and a spool. The
suspension features dropped spindles and Ridetech Strong Arms and air bags
up front. In the rear, two leaves were removed from the stock spring packs,
they were flipped under the axle, and traction is delivered by Caltrac's
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Bad Things About The BMW S1000RR
I discuss some negatives about my bike, while riding the F1 track.
YAMAHA ヤマハ YZF-R1 2006 R1
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. and YZF-R1 (Waizettoefuarlwan) are a large-scale
automatic two-wheeled vehicles of four strokes 998cc (motorcycle) for the
export market that YAMAHA MOTOR put on the market in 1998.
It was put on the market as super-sports model who became the opposition
model of HONDA and CBR900RR in 1998.
As for the engine and the frame, it was developed to attempt
differentiating by a complete new design, and the headstand reception desk
fork was adopted for liter model of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. after a long
time with FZR1000 and the YZF1000R Sanda ace FZR1000 since then. Car heavy
engine power of an average medium-size car of this time highest class and
an acute angle design became topics, and it became the firebrand of the
The CBR900RR series that is the monument as the super-sports machine (SS
and henceforth omission) up to now because of this vehicle also will be
demanded extensive modifications, be improved ZX-9R from Kawasaki to SS by
sports Zarah, and rush into from the sea bass that struck close to home as
founder GSX-R at the SS Warring States Period that is born GSX-R1000,
stimulates by each company each other, and continues now that is the boa
improvement version of GSX-R750.
2006 expression(the fifth generation)
* It makes a change to the port shape and the fuel injection in the engine,
and it improves the output of 3ps compared with the expression in 2004.
* Riasingarm is extended from the model in 2004. 16mm
* 1,330 limited production model "YZF-R1SP" equipped with rear shock made
of Orrinz, the aluminum foil made of Malkegani, and the slippers clutch
etc. of a special design is added.
Audi R8 style lights on a Yamaha R1
Audi R8 style lights on a Yamaha R1. LED strip was installed and wired to
operate as a turn signal as well as the running lights. I got the led
strips from eBay; they are just 24 LED flexible strips. (Do a search there
are hundreds) Next you will need 2 5 pin Bosch style relays. (Dont get the
4 pins they don't have an output for normally closed (87a) which is what
you need for them to be running lights.) Next dismantle your bike down to
just the headlights. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Place the
head light on a cooking sheet and then in the oven for 7 minutes. Remove
headlight and pry the housing apart, its pretty easy with the help of a
flathead screwdriver. Next glue in your LED strips; I used high temp
silicone RTV on mine you can experiment if you like. Once installed lightly
press the housing back together and put it back in the oven for 7 minutes
when its done you can press it firmly together and the clips will re-snap
down. Now just reassemble your bike and wire them up! you can wire it like
I did as alternating with the flasher or if you dont want it to flash you
can ditch the relays and wire it to any keyed 12 volt source on your bike.
I happen to have used the stock 12v running light power for the stock
signals (a blue wire as I recall.) Do this at your own risk I accept no
responsibility if you confuse Fahrenheit for Celsius and melt your damn
headlights :) Have fun kids!
2004 Yamaha R1 Top speed
Me on my brothers 2004 Yamaha R1 on the german autobahn.
The sound quality isn't the best, this is because I forgot to mount the
little rubber that stops the vibration. Great bike with great power!