First Reaction to my new shifter kart
**BRAND NEW VIDEOS IN MY NEW KART**
**NEW SHIFTER KART VIDEO**
If you want to know how the clutch/shifting works, please take a look at my
I got a GP Racing/Honda 125cc shifter kart with and Extreme Kart Racing top
end.....I am speechless! Note: I do not drive this on the road. One time
deal to test this thing out! (filmed on private road)
Formula Offroad EXTREME HILL CLIMB - Skien FULL MOVIE!
A movie from the epic Formula Offroad NEZ-championship in Skien, Norway
Produced by Bjørn Michaelsen, Insane Racing in cooperation with Arnstein
Bostad Dune TV, Busted Knuckle Films and SkyDrone.no
Skien has the longest and steepest sand hills in Scandinavia and makes a
great show down full of crazy actions when the best Formula Off Road
drivers from Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland meet!
The cars have from 600 to 1200 HP and can do some insane climbs with those
huge paddle tires!
Picture by Lars Mårtensson!
Canon HF S200
Canon HF 11
18 x GoPro
2 x Extreme Cam
Cinestar 8 with 360 Gimble
QAV 500, Alexmos Controller
DJI Phantom Zenmuse Gimble
2 x JAG35 Shoulder rig
GLIDE CAM HD 1000
Extreme Hill Climb Crash Insane Jump
$10,000 BOUNTY HILL FROM HELL
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This Bounty hill at Adventure offroad park was one of the toughest bounty
hill climbs I have seen. There was 30 rigs hit the hill and not 1 of them
was able to make it. Out of the 30 rigs over 20 of them ended up flipped
over or upside down.
Extreme Facebook Update..Like a boss - 300 violin orchestra jorge quintero
Graham is actually on facebook !!!
See the video from another angle:
Helmet camera view- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2n4nm8F2Wk
Creator of the Song - 300 violin orchestra jorge quintero -
NEWS ARTICLE !!!
A motorcyclist participating in a weekend event remained in critical
condition Sunday after being struck by a truck Saturday.
James Ruma, 32, of De Soto, was among the large packs of motorcycle riders
who took to area roads over the weekend as part of an annual event in St.
Charles County called Ride of the Century.
The event prompted hundreds of complaints to local police from people
calling to report the riders performing stunts such as wheelies and
standing up on their bikes on area roadways.
The cyclists, most on Japanese sport bikes, were en route to a gathering
Saturday held at the Big St. Charles Motorsports dealership in St. Charles.
At 2:50 p.m. Saturday, Ruma was driving westbound on Interstate 270 east of
Halls Ferry Road when he stopped his bike on the side of the highway and
attempted to retrieve a backpack on the highway, according to a traffic
crash report by the Missouri Highway Patrol.
Ruma was struck by a 1999 Ford F350 pickup truck, according to the report.
The driver of the truck had minor injuries. Ruma was taken to Barnes-Jewish
Hospital by helicopter.
James Ruma's brother, Brock Ruma, said Sunday that James suffered severe
trauma to the lower half of his body and a ruptured artery in his right
leg. James Ruma suffered multiple fractures and was under sedation. "He's
fighting," Brock Ruma said of his brother's condition. James Ruma, a
mechanic, is married and has a daughter.
Cpl. Jeff Wilson of the Highway Patrol said a handful of motorcyclists
after the accident were given citations for non-moving violations involving
registration or expired drivers licenses. Wilson said he could not confirm
the number of motorcyclists who were riding with Ruma when the accident
A St. Louis-based group of stunt riders called the Streetfighterz founded
the annual Ride of the Century event in 2002, which attracts riders from
across the country. Pictures from the event posted on a Facebook page this
weekend show some riders wearing T-shirts and sweatshirts saying, "We came
"We had a lot of people calling about them doing tricks and stunts," said
St. Louis County police dispatcher Scott Hogberg. Despite drawing the ire
of other motorists, few, if any, tickets were issued against the cyclists
for moving violations. "We had no real issues," Hogberg said.
Several local police departments received calls from motorists with
complaints about the motorcyclists driving erratically and blocking
Frontenac police Sgt. Craig Picha said his department sent squad cars to
Highway 40 (Interstate 64) Saturday afternoon after receiving complaints
"Anytime you have a large group like this, you're going to get a lot of
calls," Picha said.
Picha described the motorcyclists as "orderly" while they traveled
westbound on Highway 40 through Frontenac's city limits. "We went to show a
presence and had no tickets or summons," he said.
The St. Charles County Sheriff's Department also had no arrests or other
contact with the motorcyclists over the weekend, dispatcher Jani Albright
Albright said the department was not contacted by the motorcycle group
about the event and did not provide any street or crowd control assistance.
"We don't have that kind of manpower," she said.