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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by wiseblood, Jul 31, 2012.
Inspired by the "Killboy failure Dragon Fest" thread....
The compilations are the best.
Is it all just video or are there some pics like on Killboy?
did you see the guys head smack the top of the windscreen when the bike bounced up? How do you like them half helmets NOW?
That HAD to hurt down south too...
so what happen to the VId
That's a 5. Oh, wrong sport.
I always assumed that it would be reasonably safe to park on the INSIDE of a curve........I guess that's not true:eek1
The guy in the beat up multi-colored 300ZX was real close to buying that green kawasaki. Was he giving the finger as he drove off?
I see no reason to restrict oursevles to rnickymouse in exploring the fail-fast that is Mulholland.
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Taking by Shera Richter.
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California girls, sigh...
Suprise!!! its the po po!!!
That video makes me sad.
It just goes to show, you can't apply anywhere near maximum braking during maximum cornering!
The guy would have been better off just continuing on, then pulling over when the cop caught up to him, and most likely receiving a speeding ticket. I'll bet he got a reckless driving ticket AND damage to the bike on that one.
I see no fail here.
I like this thread!
That curve isn't even that sharp. :huh
I know some of them are getting their stupid on because there is a photographer there but I don't understand driving thru a blind corner totally on the wrong side of the road.
Hope none of these assholes ever go where the road is curvy, and I'm glad there are no good motorcycle/driving roads here in WV.
But it was a modular that stayed closed!
I love this one - isn't even covering the front brake, let alone applying pressure.
You'll notice that he had NO trouble going around the guy on a bicycle.
He MAY have been going fast enough to get a performance award. Bet it woulda cost less than repairs AND a performance award.