The Fabulous Lifestyles of Professional Motorcycle Racers - /RideApart
What kind of motorcycles do racers ride on the road? Jamie meets up with Eric Bostrom in Malibu for a ride on their personal bikes — a custom Honda CBR600RR and Kawasaki Z1000 — before taking off to a nearby private collection to discuss their shared passion — vintage motocross.
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Hillbilly Hill Climb - /RideApart
Classic bike enthusiast Meatball was organizing his first vintage hill
climb event at Glen Helen, so Jamie grabbed a $150 Yamaha TY250 from a junk
yard, threw it in the back of a Honda Ridgeline and joined in. Costumes
Racing Bonneville On a $300 Craigslist Motorcycle - /RideApart
"You don't have to spend a million bucks to fulfill your dreams. I bought a
bike for $300, got it running and entered it in a race I'd always dreampt
Bonneville is an epic thing that brings out all kinds of speed contraptions
and it was an honor to ride an old 1986 Honda VFR750 in the
Run-Whatcha-Brung class and pretend to be like my childhood heroes.
If I can do it, anyone can." — Jamie Robinson
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The Fine Art Of Canyon Carving - /RideApart
There's nothing faster than
well-ridden sportsbike. Isle of Man TT and 250GP racer Jamie Robinson joins
Wes on some of SoCal's twistiest mountain roads to put a Yamaha R6 and an
Aprilia Tuono V4R through their paces. For more on motorcycles, hit
The $3,000, brand-new motorcycle - /RideApart
At just $3,195, both the Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit cafe racer and Heist
bobber massively undercut every other motorcycle out there. At just 250cc,
they're also smaller than most bikes. Bargain or bogus? Grant and Wes take
CCW CEO Scott Colosimo riding in the California desert to find out. For
more on motorcycles and CCW, check out http://hellforleathermagazine.com
Ghost rider the best of the best
I AM NOT THE GHOST RIDER!!
My compile of Ghost Rider.
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Top 3 Reasons Motorcycles Crash
This is a re-upload. The original video was doing well, but someone made
fraudulent charges against the video and it was taken down for a bit. The
original is back up....but I guess because it was out of the loop for a
while it's now not getting any views. So....reuploading it. Let the whole
video play....this helps videos get noticed a lot nowadays.
Although it should be noted that self crashes have a far less mortality
rate than crashes involving other cars.
Motorbike Crash Fest 2013
All footage from March 15th/16th @ Taupo race track, New Zealand.
There was 4 of us that went down in this group and 3 of us crashed, one of
Not often you get to play with so much content (I hope it doesn't happen
again), so I had fun making this, I hope you enjoy.
Credit to Alick Saunders Photography for the stills of my crash (R1)
Vid of the R1 in action: youtube.com/watch?v=s-_B9uiafQg
Fifty Years of Kicks - Motorcycle Documentary (full-length)
By Motojournalism and Traction off-road E-rag. Documentary about off-road
riders Paul Rodden and Larry Murray two venerable motorcyclists who just
won't stop doing what they love. More info and behind-the-scenes at
updates via twitter @motojournalism
Harley Davidson Lowside Motorcycle Crash
Customized Harley Bagger crash near the Rock Store. Great recovery, used
momentum to land back on his feet then just walked away while bike was
still crashing. Very lucky, he was uninjured except just a quarter size
spot of road rash on his knee. AKA Harley Street Glide
The booming Triumphs of Garage Company - /RideApart
Vintage British bikes are the ultimate fantasy for many older bikers,
especially the stylish and loud twin 650s by Triumph. And a visit to see
the incredible collection at Yoshi Kosaka's Garage Company in LA is better
than Disneyland. Jamie Robinson and Adey Bennett snag two of Garage
Company's finest vintage Triumphs and head to the Malibu canyons to find
out if vintage really is heaven. For more on motorcycles, visit
Deus Ex Machina
In what was once a gas station turned flower shop resides Deus ex Machina's
Venice, California, location, also known as "The Emporium of Post Modern
Activities." Deus ex Machina represents a different take on your typical
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Dual-Sports: Honda CRF250L vs Suzuki DR-Z400 -- /RideApart
Dirt bikes with license plates. They're light, tall, powerful and can go
anywhere. Jamie and Sean Matic take the new, $4,500 Honda CRF250L and old
faithful, the Suzuki DR-Z400S, from LA to Lake Arrowhead to find out if
bigger equals better.
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RSV4 vs S1000RR vs 1199 Panigale S vs F4R - European Liter Bike Shootout! On Two Wheels Episode 9
On this episode of On Two Wheels, it's Part Two of MotorCyclist magazine's
Class of 2012 shootout. This time around the staff is testing the best
Europe has to offer, with the 2-time and defending champion Aprilia RSV4
taking on the BMW S1000RR, MV Agusta F4R, and Ducati's highly anticipated
1199 Panigale S. The bikes face the same wringer as their Japanese
counterparts in Part One, with testing on the street, dragstrip, and of
course the racetrack. Will Europe's ultra-elite live up to the hype?
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