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Bosozoku highway cruising
Highway cruising with a crew of bosozoku. Watch in 60fps! See more like this at: http://noriyaro.com/tag/bosozoku/





bosozoku incredible sound
london motor museum's little bosozoku with abig big sound





Bosozoku - Japanese Biker Gang
You can see better still photos I took of these guys at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/22983673@N02/sets/72157637284502135/ Notice the loud-hailers attached to a couple of the machines, in order to amplify the already ear-splitting sound of their Exhausts. The group of photos, and this video, were taken just after the toll booths on the Tateyama Expressway in Chiba, to the east of Tokyo. I was on my way to a racing circuit, the Sodegaura Forest Speedway. I politely asked if they would mind if I took their photos. As you will see, they were happy to have their photos taken, some smiling and flashing the peace sign. My view is that their machines are sometimes works of art and their noise-making an expression of something or other...





【HD】 The "BosoZoku ( 暴走族 )" They are so crazy gang in Japan. Jan-2013
The word bōsōzoku is also applied to motorcycle subculture with an interest in motorcycle customizing, often illegal, and making noise by removing the mufflers on their vehicles so that more noise is produced. These bōsōzoku groups also engage in dangerous or reckless driving, such as weaving in traffic, not wearing motorcycle helmets, and running red lights. Another activity is shinai bōsō (市内暴走) speeding in city streets, not usually for street racing but more for thrills. With many bikes involved, the leading one is driven by the sentōsha (先頭車), the leader, who is responsible for the event and is not allowed to be overtaken. Japanese police call them Maru-Sō (police code マル走 or 丸走), and dispatch a police vehicle to trail any groups of bikes to prevent any possible incidents, which can include riding through suburbs at speeds of 5--10 mph, creating a loud disturbance and waving imperial Japanese flags, to starting fights which can include weapons such as wooden swords, metal pipes, baseball bats and Molotov cocktails. These bōsōzoku gangs are generally composed of people under the legal adult age, which in Japan is 20 years old. なお、センシティブな動画ですので動画サイトへの転載 は禁止します。 mixiやFB、FC2、その他の個人ブログへの使用は問 ありません。 またチャンネル桜、東スポ、TV東京以外の国内マスコ ミ及び韓国、朝鮮、支那の海外マスコミの使用は一切禁 止します。




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