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Gettin' Shot

...with a camera by hwy94photo.com at Telegraph (or Telecrash) Canyon AKA Highway 94 AKA Smuggler's Run. A day of riding with the homies early...be sure to check out their channels: http://www.youtube.com/gixxr63r is Aldo's channel http://www.youtube.com/TunnelVU is Alex's channel Afterwords Alex and I went and met up with Oki, itsreload, ZMagic97 and some other guys to ride Sunrise. Overall a good day...and I got myself a new YouTube channel background.


 


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No Squidding - Southern California Superbikes
Get your decals at http://www.nosquidding.com/ Available in all colors in 5" and 2" sizes! ---- All music credits are at the end of the video! ---- Thanks to all of the riders and YouTubers who made this video possible! ---- P.S. - I know I spelled "Mulholland" wrong on the menu...SHIT!





No Squidding Canyon Carving
Get your decals: http://nosquidding.com/ Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nosquidding ---- Two of the twisties here in San Diego, CA! My personal favorite is still Banner Grade, despite all the bad-mouthin' it gets. Telegraph is fun, too! ---- Photo Credits: hwy94photo.com motofoto.us ---- Track Listing: Intro : Take - Neon Beams Banner Grade : Cyne - Octagon Telegraph Canyon : Mind Spiders - Wait For Us Bonus Chapter : FIDLAR - Wake Bake Skate





2014 R1, CBR1000RR, ZX-10R, GSX-R1000. Japanese Superbike's Compilation.
YAMAHA YZF-R1 HONDA CBR1000RR KAWASAKI ZX-10R SUZUKI GSX-R1000





Two wheel drive Yamaha R1 ridden
MCN is the only publication in the world to have ridden the Ohlins two-wheel-drive Yamaha R1. Watch the video for a tech explaination of the 2WD system and see MCN's Trevor Franklin take a test ride on the revolutionary machine at the remote Karlskoga track in Sweden.





Kawasaki ZX10R Superpole exhaust





258 KM/H SUR LA GLACE- ULTIMATE FIGHT AND CRASH ENTRE PORSCHE GT3RS ET YAMAHA R1
EXTREME, 258 KM/H ON ICE, THE FINAL FIGHT AND CRASH: Lap times, heavy crashes, extreme riding on ice, awesome images, here is the final result of our match between a Porsche GT3RS (450 HP) and a Yamaha 1000 R1 (180 HP) on the replica (scale one) of the legendary 5.8 km Paul Ricard Track in Lapland by minus 25 degrees To win, the Porsche had 4 wheels, 450 horsepower and 2320 spikes. The R1 was counting on its lightness, its sharpest, 470 spikes and the "balls" of Serge Nuques to lean it to the maximum angle. The other equally tight match was between a Mitsubishi Evo 9 against a Yamaha 450 WRF. Entre Porsche 911 GT3 RS et Yamaha YZF 1000 R1, c'est s'est joué à plus de 250 km/h sur un lac gelé en Laponie et plus exactement sur la réplique à l'échelle 1 du mythique tracé de 5.8 km du Paul Ricard. La Porsche avait pour l'emporter, 4 roues, 450 chevaux et 2 320 clous. La R1 comptait sur sa légèreté, ses 470 clous plus acérés et les "cojones" de son pilote Serge Nuques pour lui faire prendre un angle juste improbable sur la glace. L'autre match tout aussi serré opposait une Mitsubishi Evo 9 face à une Yamaha WRF 450. Réponse en chronos et en images chocs!





ZX-6R lane-splitting chase CBR 1000 Hwy 101 [HD]
Me and an unknown rider on Northbound 101 in California. Lane-splitting is legal, and safe (for the most part). As you can see in the vid, many drivers happily move over for us to safely pass. California drivers expect you (motorcyclists) to pass them. Not all motorcyclists lane-split. Unbeknownst to me, there are some pretty sick cars in this video. See if you can spot them. Follow me on Twitter @pimpsandwch Your Advocare distributor for performance training products and health optimization supplements; ask me! https://www.advocare.com/140754652/





2004 ZX-10R test.
Roll-on 2,3,6 gear.





KAWASAKI ZX10R 2004r WHEELIE





Thunderhill Takes My Virginity
Here is a hot lap from one of my B Group Sessions in July of 2014 with Z2 Trackdays Organization at Thunderhill Raceway. This was my first visit to Thunderhill with a personal best lap time of 2:05.10 -- Nick is sponsored by NEXX-USA http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/nexx-usa-expands-sponsorship-for-2014/ -- What's a Squid? :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "Squid" is a term used by the riding community. It has many, many MANY definitions and that definition varies depending on who you are asking the question to. Ask us? A squid is someone on a motorcycle who is unprepared, uneducated, and/or unsafe. No Squidding is not about hate. It's about safety. Similar to how the "No Smoking" signs urge smokers to not smoke, we are here to try and help encourage riders to progress -- ultimately to become better, safer & more talented riders. We have supporters worldwide, from professional stunt riders to professional racers and everyone in between. The movement continues to gain momentum in the right direction thanks to everyone out there who supports No Squidding. Our Mission :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Wearing the proper gear is the one thing we provide to everyone as a much needed requirement on a motorcycle. The term "Dress for the slide, not for the ride." illustrates that requirement well, while also implying that things can go wrong, even if you don't want them to - which you don't. So, plan for the worst. We use proper gear as the baseline for this brand's mission. If the only thing you take away from NOSQUIDDING.com is that you should wear the proper safety gear, then that is a great start. However, the overall mission of this brand in no way stops after you've properly geared yourself up. Being responsible for all of your actions on top of your motorcycle is crucial to making the riding community a better place for all of us. Whether you are choosing to go to the stunt spot to practice your stoppies, or making the decision to "ride your own ride" in the canyons: This brand is here to let you know that you are not alone in wanting to be as safe as you can be in this inherently-dangerous sport of motorcycling. The definition of a "squid", provided above, is crafted in a way to help you take ownership of the term. We strongly urge you to use the baseline of "unprepared, uneducated, and/or unsafe" to create your own personal set of guidelines to follow in order to better yourself, and those around you, as riders.





Riding with a Road Racer
Nick Gnaime goes on a ride with John Edmondson, Road Racer, on Highway 1 in the San Francisco Bay Area - North of the Golden Gate Bridge. -- Nick is sponsored by NEXX-USA.com http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/nexx-usa-expands-sponsorship-for-2014/ Follow John IG: http://instagram.com/johnboy_11 FB: https://www.facebook.com/jedmondson1 -- What's a Squid? "Squid" is a term used by the riding community. It has many, many MANY definitions and that definition varies depending on who you are asking the question to. Ask us? A squid is someone on a motorcycle who is unprepared, uneducated, and/or unsafe. http://nosquidding.com/ | http://facebook.com/nosquidding -- All bike, music & location credits are at the end of the video.





Laguna Seca Pops My Cherry
Here is a hot lap from one of my A Group Sessions in June of 2014 with Keigwins@thetrack Trackday Organization at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. This was my first visit to Laguna Seca with a personal best lap time of 1:40.21 -- Nick is sponsored by NEXX-USA http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/nexx-usa-expands-sponsorship-for-2014/ -- What's a Squid? :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "Squid" is a term used by the riding community. It has many, many MANY definitions and that definition varies depending on who you are asking the question to. Ask us? A squid is someone on a motorcycle who is unprepared, uneducated, and/or unsafe. No Squidding is not about hate. It's about safety. Similar to how the "No Smoking" signs urge smokers to not smoke, we are here to try and help encourage riders to progress -- ultimately to become better, safer & more talented riders. We have supporters worldwide, from professional stunt riders to professional racers and everyone in between. The movement continues to gain momentum in the right direction thanks to everyone out there who supports No Squidding. Our Mission :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Wearing the proper gear is the one thing we provide to everyone as a much needed requirement on a motorcycle. The term "Dress for the slide, not for the ride." illustrates that requirement well, while also implying that things can go wrong, even if you don't want them to - which you don't. So, plan for the worst. We use proper gear as the baseline for this brand's mission. If the only thing you take away from NOSQUIDDING.com is that you should wear the proper safety gear, then that is a great start. However, the overall mission of this brand in no way stops after you've properly geared yourself up. Being responsible for all of your actions on top of your motorcycle is crucial to making the riding community a better place for all of us. Whether you are choosing to go to the stunt spot to practice your stoppies, or making the decision to "ride your own ride" in the canyons: This brand is here to let you know that you are not alone in wanting to be as safe as you can be in this inherently-dangerous sport of motorcycling. The definition of a "squid", provided above, is crafted in a way to help you take ownership of the term. We strongly urge you to use the baseline of "unprepared, uneducated, and/or unsafe" to create your own personal set of guidelines to follow in order to better yourself, and those around you, as riders.





The Lightest Motorcycle Helmet
Watch as I weigh 12 different helmets from 6 different manufacturers to find out which is the lightest and by how much. The scale is in grams (g.) The results might surprise you! Are you concerned about Safety? Think it's too light to be a safe lid? Think again. http://youtu.be/CSiGaf5-Dk0 ---- A great list of helmets and their weights: http://www.webbikeworld.com/motorcycle-helmets/motorcycle-helmet-weights.ht m





Car overtakes motorcycle in front of cop, gets pulled over
I'm riding in a 35mph zone, see a cop and let off the throttle while checking my speed. A dumbass in what looks like an Audi proceeds to pass me over the double yellow RIGHT in front of the cop. I had just checked my mirrors 5 seconds before the intersection and he was nowhere in sight.





Why I Ride
All filmed with my Drift Innovation HD 170 and Stealth, http://www.mypov360.com get your gear today. A small cut together off clips why I love to ride with my good friends and buddies being totally SQUID ;) Special Thanks to Skrillex http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOfficialSkrillex and his awesome Mixes :D Gotta Luv Korn , gotta Luv Dubstep :D Aloha and Enjoy ... THE 808 State




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