Beautifully shot, this video by Barry Munsterteiger is described as 'the state of having wandering and imaginative thoughts in order to remove one's self from reality'. I'm guessing that means going for a ride to clear your head, so I'm sure we can
If you're watching this video the chances are you're sat at a desk and not performing a backflip off the top of a building. Still, with the weekend just around the corner, what more reason do you want to jump on your bike than a nice feel
Now you'll never be able to watch those new model teaser videos in quite the same light.
If you don't have speakers, or sat at your desk pretending to work you're going to miss out on this video. The audio says it all..."Totally awesomeness""Oh crap, ohhhh crap""No, noo""Dad is so boned""Dad's getting chased by the cops!""Dad's getting
I freely admit that the link between bikes and this video is a tenuous one. But I don't care. It's Friday and there's a cold beer waiting for me. It just might be a bit easier if go for draft though.
Ed Church finally gets his '58 Harley-Davidson Duo-Glide back in this feel good video. No mention of PayPal fees though.I'd certainly love to see my trusty Honda Cub again. Would you be happy to be reunited with your first bike?
Making Jackass look tame in comparison, this popular 'street bike crew' perform stunts at stadiums and events. But by the looks of this promo video, their antics on the road also get a lot of attention from local cops (and panel beaters). Slightly
As expected there's some salty language in this video, following a wheelie gone wrong. What makes this clip interesting though is that I'm pretty sure John Hopkins is the man behind the camera. Plus the front brake check at the end is comedy gold.
Point-of-view videos are nothing new, but it's certainly a surreal sight to see a bike 40 metres up in the air drop completely away from the rider.Skip to the 14 minute mark to see the jump. You can see another KTM in the air (albeit in an unplanned
SOME people grow up wanting to be world famous motorcycle racers. Others grow up wanting to be rock gods. And James Toseland wants to have achieved both, having just released his debut single 'Life is Beautiful'.For more details see www.toselandmusic.com
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