Buy a Pegasus motorcycle and shoot people in the face
The Pegasus is almost as impressive as the advert. From what I can tell, the bike is capable of changing from a single to a V-twin, to an inline-four, depending on whether you're doing a burnout, pulling a wheelie, or just shooting people in the face whilst stood on the bike.
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Man jumps over a Panigale and ZX-10R travelling at 70mph
Yes, this man also jumped over a Lamborghini travelling at 81mph.
Bad driving behind the wrong person
EVERY day during my short commute to work I spot at least one car driver doing something stupid. Funnily enough, it’s not the regularity of these occurrences that bothers me, but that 99% of the time the culprit seems to get away with it.
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Video footage from Guy Martin's first ride on the Britten at Manfeild
Interesting to hear Guy's thoughts on John Britten's legendary creation.
A stern telling off ensues
I'll bet that boy never throws a rock at a biker again.
'I usually use grinders because they make a lot of sparks. Sparks look legit.'
IF there's any contingent of motorcycling worthy of a good spoof video, it's the bike-building hipster bunch.
This video is long overdue. And hilarious.
You don't need a fast bike to crash hard
Is 0.30s part of the race or a short from a comedy sketch?
Rider or pillion, who's having more fun?
All performed on a closed course, obviously...
Required parts: a drill, screws and lots of patience
Aside from looking like one of the most boring jobs in the world, would these even work? I'd have thought the weight of the bike would simply push the screw back into the inner tube.
British rider Sam Sunderland rips his KTM 450 around the Jebel Ali motocross track in Dubai
Always amazes me what these bikes are capable of. With a 35L tank capacity these bikes can weigh around 170kg fully fuelled.
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