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Rat Rod vs Lamborghini Aventador! Roadkill Episode 5
On this episode of Roadkill, HOT ROD's David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan
spend 24 crazy hours with a 1930 Model A Rat Rod and a 2012 Lamborghini
Aventador to find out which wildly impractical, larger-than-life car
attracts the most attention.
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bad quad crash
bad quad crash
Before you go bashing my friend on the quad, know that there was over $1000
dollars in damage done to the quad and my friend on the quad suffered a
major concussion and was delusional in the video and airlifted to trauma
center. The dirtbikes throttle got stuck and sent my friend on the dirtbike
flying into the raptor. No need to comment saying either of my friends are
idiots just enjoy the video.
The damage included cracked sub frame, broken seat, levers, muffler,
tierods, and few other misc parts.
ZX6R CRASH- LOWSIDE: Wear your gear. Do it for your mom.
*****READ THE DESCRIPTION, PLLLEEEAASSSEEE!!!!!******
Wear your gear. Do it for your mom.
NOTE: Yes, I'm a female. My bike is a Kawasaki KLX351sm. ALSO NOTE: Rude
squid comments will be deleted. You are free to disagree with his choice
to not wear gear (I obviously agree), but keep it at least civil. Remember
he's a fellow human being and a fellow rider. That said: This is why you
wear your gear. It is also why you don't ride over your head, especially on
It's a shame. It couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. You may disagree
with his choice, but you have to concede it was his choice. You may not
agree with his choice, but you have to agree it still sucks that this
happened, regardless. Even pros make mistakes and we've all made stupid
choices in our lives. The better measure of a man is how he learns from
This is one of the downsides to working in this industry and having so many
friends and acquaintances who ride: you know more people who crash. Having
lost 3 friends in the last 3 years to motorcycling, I'm just glad he walked
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The "No Squidding" founder is also an awesome motovlogger:
Recovering a stolen dirt bike.
Recently my sons dirt bike was stolen from his garage where the thief had
to cut multiple locks and chains to remove it. My son had it listed on
Charlotte Craigslist for sale and he gave out his address to folks that
wanted to see it. After the dirt bike was stolen, a police report was filed
with our local Police department and we started the hunt.
My son ran some ads on CL asking for help to find his bike but didn't get
any leads. He continued to scour the bikes for sale section on many
websites but found it back on Craigslist, just 3 weeks after it was stolen!
We immediately contacted the "seller"/perp and made arrangements to see it
the next morning, about 45 miles from where it was taken from. Armed with a
pic from his ad and info from him about a nearby landmark, we were able to
pinpoint his apartment complex and better prepare ourselves...
After a sleepless nite for all 3 of us, the next morning we showed up to
see the bike. We helped him remove it from his crib and 'bout crapped
ourselves when we saw that it was undoubtedly our CRF250R! The only obvious
thing that was changed was someone had removed the graphics, other than
that the bike was unadulterated! Even the rear tire looked almost exactly
as it did before the theft. Very few laps around the 'hood apparently.
After my son rode it to make sure it was what he wanted, we talked the perp
down to a fair price.lol We told the fellow that we'd go grab the cash at
a bank, and get a quick burger and be back in 30 min. The three of us drove
about 1 block away and called the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police to the
scene. After explaining the situation, 2 CMPD cars approached the perps
residence to see him 1st pushing the bike then dropping it and fleeing to
his favorite cuts in the fences that separate the apartment complexes. A
full on chase ensued which eventually involved 20 or so officers. The cops
are well aware of the cuts in the fences and were waiting for him when he
ran through one. Cuffed, stuffed and brought back to the site where he
I came back to the deserted scene during the chase to find the bike on its
side, a couple of CMPD cars and a discarded officers service jacket. Within
a few minutes the cops were back, with the fellow in the back seat. After
we provided the law with all the paperwork, Vin. #, Police report, and
original bill of sale, we were allowed to load our property and take it
back to where it rightfully belongs...on the trail, in the woods.
Thanks to CMPD for their help.
There were countless ways to handle that day and just as many possible
outcomes. The approach we took kept us out of jail, if we didn't have the
Vin. #, we would've had to do things different.
POV Drive: Lamborghini Murcielago (6 Speed Gated Manual)
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Well, now that you've "driven" my TT Gallardo, Superleggera, R8, and Amy's
Audi R8 I thought it'd be fun to let you get behind the wheel of the
Lamborghini Murcielago as well! The car is much heavier and bulkier to
drive than the Gallardo, but still loads of fun. Personally, I'd prefer it
if I could only choose one. Simply Put: The Gallardo is a great daily
driver. The Murcielago is a weekend car. You could get in the Gallardo and
drive across the country no problem, the Murcielago, well, you might be a
bit worn after an hour or two ;) At the end of the day though, nothing
touches my heart like the Murcie. The Lambo doors, V12 roar, and overall
presence put it in a league of its own. I thought it'd be funny to include
the Walgreens stop in there. Gives you a better illusion of going for a
drive and running errands, right? Haha. Mainly just wanted to show what
it's like to get in and out with the scissor doors as a lot of people ask.
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