Supermoto Police Chase
The cop was lit up with sirens on the way to an emergency. The rider with
his music blasting, unaware pulled out in front of the cop rippin down the
Snake. The cop was just a short distance behind the rider so everyone
thought it was a police chase. Even funnier, the rider pulled over to come
up for a second run and the cop continued on. Everyone thought the rider
hid as the cop passed. When the rider came back he had no idea what was
GSXR 600 Crash
Rider was uninjured. Crash on Mulholland Highway near Malibu Ca
Comment from rider "I locked the front brakes at the last second when i
knew for sure im going down. i wanted to lay the bike down as apposed to
going over the handle bars. i remember not being able to bring the bike
back down after i straightened out, i had my head turned and eyes on the
road until right before i went into the ditch. You're right i did go into
the turn hot, i was rolling through the turn and when my front wheel
wiggled i made the mistake of chopping the throttle."
German ghostrider crashes at 140km/h!
This German ghost rider crashes when he underestimates his own speed and
the distance to the front car.
The amazing part about it is that he stands up, crosses the busy road and
goes back to his bike. Even though the bike is totaled, he has only minor
injuries (concussion & shoulder muscle rupture).
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Le Tourist Trophy, les jeux du cirque ? ( video contenu officiel moto journal )
Le Tourist Trophy, pinacle du sport moto, capitale de la course sur route ,
the only place for Heroes, comme ils disent là-bas (le seul circuit pour
les vrais héros). Rossi, et Lorenzo, les dieux du MotoGP, reconnaissent
eux-mêmes qu'ici, sur cette route fermée longue de 60 km, avalée à + de
210 km/h de moyenne entre maisons, arbres et champs, personne ne triche !
Pourtant, le TT, c'est plus de 200 morts depuis sa création voilà 103
ans. Alors, le TT : grande boucherie organisée ou ultime espace de
liberté pour les chevaliers des temps modernes ? La réponse revient aux
spectateurs et aux pilotes bien sûr !