“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
...when things go from s**t to worse, then worser. Pray it didna go to worcest.
I'd like to see the dash cam in the oncoming white car.
Life's too short to drive fast.
That's why if you have the need for speed, you do it at a race track, not a public road.
Agree completely Fish, I don't care how "skilled" a rider you think you are, that sort of F'ing around just begs for a find out moment. No sympathy here for the two dopes trying to prove their manhood with a turn of the wrist. Like the rest of us can't do that? Please, have fun in the hospital punks! They're lucky they only took out themselves.
Your skill does not override the stupidity of other drivers out there.
Or, as it appears, lack of skill.
Going that fast with the potential for side road entry is Russian Routlette.
Also in a group. You’re just multiplying the possibility of things going bad.
When you've seen the parts... I reefed a Zed1R to 135 once on a 2 mile clear straight away. It was stable as a rock, but I knew I'd be a smear if anything went wrong. First and last time. Not worth dying for.
Horsepower and speed kill.Play it safe and drive a Ford.
That was ugly....
Or a dodge.
Or an ugly Dodge
This is why the medical community refers to motorcycle riders as Organ Donors.
Don't ride with squids. a motorcycle squid is someone who over-estimates his abilities while riding a bike, and is over-confident of his abilities despite lacking any relevant skills.
That would be 99% of riders, sooner or later.
90 mph+ on a back road at 0 dark thirty. Clear road no lights anywhere. Porcupine. Whoops. I was lucky. Only slight bruising. On a another night and a different road in an automobile, porcupine killed my car.
Every time I see one of those crotch rockets doing stupid shit, all I can think of is hamburger.
That was the type of accident that made me glad I was a deputy, and not EMS!
It looks like the rider of the green bike was killed by the black bike. Note how he went boneless level limp.
How in the ......
The green bike rider doesn't/didn't know how to do maximum effort braking. This is something that should be practiced often enough to have it become an automatic function. Brakes and tires have gotten good enough that you can flip the bike over on your head, just like a good bicycle can. Possible that something else caused him to crash, as that isn't visible, but most likely is lack of skill. Common problem with riders and car drivers, they never practice for emergencies. That attitude might be why it is hard to get the typical rider to take a track class.
Three guys taken out by one @$$clown.Beating the offender to death with tire irons after the body stops sliding should be considered justifiable homicide in most states.