NOT THE usual violent highside you might expect from a GSX-R-riding trackday goer in this clip, but it's an interesting angle, which shows how easily a bike can flick you off when you least expect it.Worth a look!
LAUGH ALL you like about scooter racing, but a well-prepped step-thru armed with a tuned up engine and a set of sticky tyres can be a lot of fun.And while we're on the subject of race rubber, take a look at this clip of a scooterist getting a little too throttle-happy, while taki...
THIS GUY'S lucky he doesn't get flicked over the top, after losing the back end of his Yamaha YZF-R1 on a twisty section of mountain road.He looks pretty miffed at the result; we think he got away lightly. It could have been soooo much worse if the rear tyre had gripped and lobbe...
at the same time as saving your ass from an otherwise-inevitable highside.Search the web and you'll find pictures from most angles, plus plenty more detail and speculation.Oh, sorry Ducati, were you going to be teasing us with that lot over the next few weeks
stretcher with a suspected broken foot. It turned out he was ok.Sadly, de Puniet's leg was fractured for real in Sunday's race when Pramac Ducati rider Mika Kallio ploughed into the Frenchman as he lay on the track following a highside crash.Via: TwoWheelsBlog
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