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There’s been some recent discussion in another (tragic) thread about speed and accidents. So I thought it apropos to share a video I saw at an advanced riding course last year which illustrates what a huge difference even a few km/h in speed makes in the outcome in an emergency braking situation....
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omg, so close!
so not a big fan of most bike racing.. just road racing, speedway, maybe some flat track/tt action..
but came across a video of this.. kinda makes speedway a bit weak.
Just watched " Road" on Netflix ...Blew me away ! Didn't know the Dunlop story ... Tragic and inspirational.Wanted to share ... Apparently came out last year.Cheers
need input from the bcsb crash team investigators
so I can't bring better news than farquhar returning to racing proper bikes.. but.. seeing as though the nw200 is a month away I found this doco on it.. pretty good.. shit quality though.
it's broken up into a few different parts.
J Mc at race winning pace in the 2015 Senior TT. OMG!!!
Well James Hunt got a movie; now it's Barry's turn.
sure it's supposed to be just a tire test, but doesn't ripping Chuckwalla on a KTM KC390 look like a blast?
but this is the best:
... on Shaw 242 DVHD Fridays at 6pm. Good racing! Good coverage (Eurosport).
Here is a local PBS TV show focussed on "The Dragon" in Tennessee, the most iconic motorcycling road in North America. It's a bit 'hokey', but the background is interesting and entertaining, and there's worthwhile info about the road and its surroundings.
I found this documentary whilst prowling youtube... don't think its a repost. Enjoy...
cager's are out to get ya , omfg volume warning
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