Lukey Luke Stunt Rider | TALL CASTLES | TRIUMPH STREET TRIPLE
Tall Castles is a series which explores individuals passions and lifestyles.
We sit down with Melbourne Stunt rider- Lukey Luke, and get an insight on his passion.
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Filmed @ Calder Park Thunderdome Melbourne.
Inspiring and Unique Commercial Music
Flux Pavilion - I Can_t Stop
LeoVince for Barber Motorsports Park Hooligans - Jason DiSalvo, Ernie Vigil, Nick Apex
ITA - Due stuntman all'interno del Barber Motorsports Museum
Birmingham, Alabama (USA), Nick 'Apex' Brocha e Ernie Vigil sfidano la
security del museo
Le Triumph Speed Triple sono dotate di slip on LeoVince Factory R,
disponibile presso la rete vendita LeoVince (art. 8514).
Slip on LeoVince GP Style per Triumph Street Triple 675, disponibile presso
la rete vendita LeoVince (art. 7940).
ENG - Two stunt riders in the Barber Motorsports Museum
Birmingham, Alabama (USA), Nick 'Apex' Brocha and Ernie Vigil defy the
security of the museum
Triumph Speed Triples are equipped with LeoVince Factory R slip on,
available at LeoVince Sales department (ref. 8514).
LeoVince GP Style slip on for Triumph Street Triple 675, available at
LeoVince Sales department (ref. 7940).
FRA - Deux pilotes acrobatiques dans le Barber Motorsports Museum
Birmingham, Alabama, Nick 'Apex' Brocha et Ernie Vigil défi la sécurité
Les deux pilotes conduit Triumph Speed Triple équipée avec silencieux
LeoVince Factory R, disponible chez tous le revendeurs LeoVince (réf.
Silencieux LeoVince GP Style pour Triumph Street Triple 675, disponible
chez tous le revendeurs LeoVince (réf. 7940).
ESP - Dos pilotos acrobáticos en el Barber Motorsports Museum
Birmingham, Alabama (USA), Nick 'Apex' Brocha y Ernie Vigil desafían la
seguridad del museo
Los dos pilotos llevan Triumph Speed Triple con silenciador LeoVince
Factory R, disponible ya a través de los revendedores autorizados LeoVince
Silenciador LeoVince GP Style para Triumph Street Triple 675, disponible ya
a través de los revendedores autorizados LeoVince (art. 7940).
72 Hours with Empire - Hooligans Shin Kinoshita, Ernie Vigil, Nick Apex
The video premise was simple: Empire wanted to pack as much mayhem into a
72 hour period as possible. Featuring a myriad of spots from military
bases, mountain roads, Las Vegas rooftops, the Monster Energy warehouse and
everything in between the trio of Nick "Apex" Brocha, Ernie "E-Dub" Vigil,
and Shin "Shinja" Kinoshita tore apart the Southwestern landscape during
this video. Filmed in 300fps HD and featuring an extremely talented
supporting cast this video's goal is to provide 10 minutes of audio/visual
entertainment and redefine what a sportbike freestyle video can entail. Sit
back, click the HD button, crack a Monster Super Dry (EDUB's drink of
choice) and enjoy 72 Hours with Empire!
Empire Freestyle @freestyleempire
Nick "Apex" Brocha @nickapex
Ernie "E-Dub" Vigil @ernie_vigil
Shin "Shinja" Kinoshita @shinkinoshita
Directed by: Christopher Fisher, 1000 Mile Films
Tommy "Tiny" Lister
Nick -- Triumph Street Triple & Triumph Speed Triple drift bike
Ernie -- Triumph Street Triple & Triumph Speed Triple drift bike
Shin -- Kawasaki ZX-636
Ducati Streetfighter 848 vs Triumph Street Triple R! - On Two Wheels Episode 25
On this episode of On Two Wheels, Sport Rider Magazine's Bradley Adams and
Eric Nugent pit Ducati's Streetfighter 848 against Triumph's all-new 2013
Street Triple R as part of this year's middleweight naked bike comparison.
The two quickly learn that planning a trip in the middle of January wasn't
their smartest decision in recent years, but ultimately discover how
versatile these bikes truly are. In typical On Two Wheels fashion, only one
bike can come out on top, but which will it be? Triumph's lighter, 675cc
Street Triple R, or Ducati's elegant, traction control-equipped
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Stunt show by Kevin Carmichael at the Isle of Man
Stunt show by Kevin Carmichael at the Isle of Man. Bikes used are the 2009
Triumph Street Triple R, Speed Triple 1050 and Kevin's stunt Street Triple.
20 minutes of hardcore motorcycle stunt action!
My Triumph street triple 675 2013
triumph street triple 675 2013
-porta targa rizoma
-frecce triumph r
-parafango carbonio puro
-leve freni rizoma
-specchietti su bilancere cafe race
-porta olio freno posteriore rizoma
-tamponi laterali rizoma
-tamponi forcella triumph r
-scarico hp corse
-sella in alcantara e cuciture giallo
Mekatrix réinvente le Drift moto
Le Drift moto, discipline encore naissante dans le monde de la moto, cette
pratique n'en est pas moins impressionnante sur deux roues ! Portrait d'un
Plus d'infos sur motomag.com :
Bike Vs Police Chase Motorcycle Stunts Running From The Cops Riding Wheelies Blox Starz TV
http://bloxstarzlifestyle.com Watch as a stunt bike rider performs stunts
such as wheelies in downtown Saint Louis, MO which draws the police's
attention. As a result of the motorcycle stunt rider doing tricks such as
riding a wheelie directly passed a cop car sitting at an intersection. The
police officer try's to pull over the motorcyclist performing stunts but
the biker doe's not have time for that so he doe's not stop for the cops
thus starting a high speed chase with the cop car flashing it lights and
sirens in hot pursuit of the street bike stunt rider. From this point on
the rest of the video is bike vs cop because neither one was going giving
up easily without a fight. As you'll see both the biker and cop car race
throw the street's of downtown STL splitting automobiles in heavy congested
traffic. Watch the video an you'll see who wins. This motorcycle police
chase was filmed from two different angles and two different camcorders.
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2013 Triumph Street Triple - First Impressions Review
The Best Street bike in the World. IMHO.
The 2013 Triumph Street Triple lost approx 20 lbs from last years model,
and a few upgrades as well as %20 better fuel economy. It would be an
understatement to say this is perhaps the best naked street sport bike or
all around naked street fighter you can buy. The fit and finish and the
world class reputation that permeate the bikes history is almost anecdotal,
because when you ride this bike it transforms you.. It speaks to the "moto"
in all of us... or at least many of us.
Yes, it's a new bike with a few of the contemporary gadgetries that new
machines tend to be adorned with, however, this bike has soul and an "old"
one to be sure .. You really get a sense of the History. The "Triple"
moniker has been a staple of and to the Triumph name for nearly 50 years
The bikes history can be traced back even to the 1930's when the original
"Trident Tiger twin" evolved into the Triple to the 1960's when Triumph
first introduced the T150 (Trident triple), so this is far from a "one
trick pony" to be certain. It has roots and a very deep and rich history.
Granted the current Street and Speed Triples share almost nothing in common
with their ancestor bikes of yester-year however, Triumph seems to have
been able to have retained access to the past in terms of what makes a bike
fun to ride while inspiring confidence and pushing you to ride harder.
When you "kick" the bike over and hear the melodious sounds of the valves
tapping and the whirr and thunder of trio choir between your innards you
begin to feel special and all the angst and cacophony of your life begins
to disappear..... if only momentarily, you forget who you were and become
an active participant in a motorcycle history that is revered by many and
scoffed by few.
The reasons just stated aren't enough to buy a motorcycle ( at least for
some ) because after all, Motorcycles are to be ridden as well as
Why did i chose this bike ? Well a number of different reasons. I should
qualify my remarks by saying . I really don't like bikes that have more
than 2 Cylinders and if i was to purchase a bike that did it would have to
really get my attention. It's not to say I don't like Inline 4's but they
have become so homogenized, generic and typical you're hard pressed to
"stand-out" or be different on an i-4. I prefer V4's to the i4's Just more
character and makes for a narrower bike (good if you are on the shorter
side of five feet eight inches).
My Critera for Street bike:
1.) Price 2.) Height 3. ) Comfort 4.) Power 5.) Handling 6.) Ergonomics
7.) Style 8.) Practicality (if a motorcycle is remotely capable of being
practical) 9. ) Day to day riding 10.) Can it handle a track day ?