A MAN who admitted posting footage of himself riding a motorbike at more than 130mph on internet site 'YouTube' is to be sentenced on Monday. Sandor Ferenci posted videos, which showed him performing stunts, as well as almost doubling the national
A BIKER who filmed himself speeding at over 130mph and then posted the footage on internet site YouTube has been handed a 12-week jail sentence.Last week, visordown.com reported how Sandor Ferenci, 28, was spotted riding dangerously in roads around
AN AUSSIE biker who filmed himself at speeds approaching 150mph on public roads and then posted them on internet site 'YouTube' has been banned from driving for two years.Matthew Joel Mason, 20, also posted images of his antics on 'Myspace'. Mason
TO CELEBRATE its 105th anniversary, Harley-Davidson have launched their own YouTube channel.The new channel showcases the 2009 model lineup, as well as giving viewers a look at the new V-Rod Muscle with the 120bhp Revolution engine. Viewers
This is a superb example of fury and swearing from the outtakes reel of an RV salesman.The video is littered with F-bombs which I guess is just like a normal day in the Visordown office.Definitely worth the watch.
been released and can be found on YouTube. The screenshot above is taken from the video and the link to the video can be found here.
some cycling stunts that defy belief.His first video 'Inspired Bicycles', which featured on Visordown in 2009, became one of YouTube's biggest ever hits, notching up over 21 million views.Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong was stunned
A BIKER from Scotland has been charged with reckless and dangerous driving after his high-speed video, posted on YouTube, was seen by police.The video stirred up officers who watched clips of the 34-year-old Edinburgh man riding his motorcycle, a
Onboard footage of biker's R1 runA BIKER who was accused of riding his Yamaha R1 through a built-up area at speeds of up to 100 miles per hour, filming the ride and then posting the footage on the YouTube, has spoken out for the first time
LET’S be realists here – we all speed. It’s part and parcel of being a modern motorcyclist, but to film yourself doing it then posting on YouTube is about as stupid as it’s possible to get. And so it is that police are hunting a biker who weaved
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