High on speed, low on brain cells
NOT CONTENT with hoiking a wheelie at over 160mph between two articulated lorries, matey in the attached clip turns around to ride the wrong way down a motorway in order to dive between both vehicles flat-out in a head-on pass.
Not quite sure what this is supposed to demonstrate, other than the bloke's a completely mindless prick.
Posted: 10/05/2010 at 13:36
Errm the motorway looks closed and the lorry has a camera on it so obviously are part of it.
They're also so far apart I reckon you could have done it in a car!
p.s. No I wouldn't !
Posted: 10/05/2010 at 15:43
thank god thats not in the uk...
otherwise id ask visor down to take it down ....cos it would probably make the news tonight along with remarks like ..
"look what bikers in the uk do with their spare time"
Posted: 10/05/2010 at 15:47
Agree with ScottyUK, it is clearly some kind of advertising/movie stunt show type thing.
Notice as well that there is no other traffic at all on that side of the road.
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Posted: 12/05/2010 at 12:40
1) Person who didn't notice this was staged before posting article
2) Persons who earn living from writing about high performance motorcycles who also criticise people for riding said motorcycles at high speed.
Posted: 12/05/2010 at 16:14
its just the Ghost Rider doing his thing!
Posted: 12/05/2010 at 19:10
Whats the big deal? Closed road, lorries wide enough apart to get a soddin car through and no other traffic - if you wanna be 'ard, do it at rush hour!
Not that you'd catch me doing then, but I would do what he just did no worries.
Posted: 13/05/2010 at 20:51
"Persons who earn living from writing about high performance motorcycles who also criticise people for riding said motorcycles at high speed."
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