I got my motorcycle stuck in the bathroom...

I guess you could say I "stalled" it! Ha! Talk about a hooligan FAIL. This is unedited and raw, in all its motarded glory... And, yes, I was squidly about my gear in this vid. Helmet, goggles, gloves, boots... and capri's and a tank top... Hey, I was camping. WHY IT WAS IN THERE: It was in there in the first place (which was no easy task, as it didn't really fit through the doorway) because of a very bad storm that had just rolled through. You can hear me say this at 0:25. Normally, I wouldn't care... but this one promised big hail and very strong winds. I've had this thing blow over in a bad storm before. And who wants their bike to get hit with golf ball+ sized hail if they can avoid it? :)

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