Irene crash Suzuki High side LONG VERSION LARGA
Well, I was having fun until I crashed. I ended with a broken pelvis, 2 surgeries, one in left broken thumb and other on right shoulder, 5 stitches in my right elbow. Me estaba divirtiendo hasta que cai, acabe con la pelvis rota, 2 operaciones, una en el dedo gordo de la mano izquierda y otra en el hombro derecho, 5 puntos en el codo derecho.
Meet Up with Nickgnaime & Friends
I had an awesome time, thanks everyone for being so cool. After this meet up I'm seriously considering making it a goal to ride with as many motovloggers as possible.
Yamaha R1 - Close Call (near high side)
Nexx-USA Street Team Rider Nick Gnaime Yamaha R1 - Close Call (near high side) ---- On my 2012 Yamaha R1 being chased by the homie Jason on his 2011 Yamaha R1 while riding Highway 29 in Northern California. This was during the last of about a dozen runs on this stretch of road for the day. I knew it was damp in places but didn't realize there was a large wet spot there. I didn't know why I had lost the rear until I reviewed my forward-facing footage. I am running the Dunlop 211 GP-A Medium+ compound tires with a 190/60 rear in this video. ---- I am the first sponsored rider for the Nexx-USA Street Team and I'm wearing the XR1R Blade "Go Ben" Limited Edition Nexx Helmet in this video. http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/nexx-usa-expands-sponsorship-for-2014/ https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=629667580437934 Follow NOSQUIDDING.com: http://www.facebook.com/nosquidding http://www.nosquidding.com/ Follow Nexx-USA: http://www.facebook.com/NexxHelmetsUSA IG: @NexxHelmetsUSA TW: @NexxHelmetsUSA http://nexx-usa.com/
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.