While nobody likes a bike thief, especially one that hijacks your bike at gunpoint, you have to feel a little sorry for this one who clearly wasn’t expecting the karma that arrived for him.
Ryno Motors wants to be the motorcycle of the future, or rather the unicycle of the future. The genesis of the Ryno one-wheeled electric motorcycle can be traced back to a moment when Chris Hoffman’s daughter asked if he could build something like what she saw in an episode of Dragon Ball. You can ride the Ryno sitting down or standing up and right now the top speed is capped at 10mph and the effective range for the electric bike is 10 miles.
What do you think? When the technology reaches the point to increase the speed, safety and range of this vehicle, will you own one?
Wow! CHYNNA CHAMELEON… a beautiful Harley Davidson riding southern California native makes us wish (like the Beach Boys once sang) they all could be California girls…
Full arm sleeve tattoos and chihuahuas are not what you’d expect to see sharing a motorcycle ride, but David Lafayette loves his dog, and apparently his dog lives to ride.
Most brands don’t give you a full fledged sales pitch at the demo rides. Indian, on the other hand, takes advantage of the opportunity to inform their prospective customers of the benefits and features of the brand. As the model offering expands, it’s not going to be something they will be able to continue to do, but kudos to the marketing staff for doing it while they can. As you can see in the video, it’s informative and designed to sell the value of owning the Indian over other brands. Additionally, the presentation does a good job of explaining why the bike feels so well balanced (right side drive) and how Polaris used the latest technology to enhance the ride experience.
Motorcycle patrolmen know the risks of working in traffic, but it seems this patrol man forgot the rule of size. If you’re smaller than everything else on the roadway, you’d better learn to be quicker. Graphic content.
WARNING! Graphic Video of three different dash cams from Russian drivers who caught this inexplicable motorcycle accident on video. What makes this so crazy is there’s no reason for the motorcycle operator to do what he apparently did.
The Roar on the Shore was this past weekend and by all accounts it was a successful event with everyone reporting a good time. Everyone except these pedestrians who were struck by a motorcyclist and thankfully were not seriously injured. Both got up and were walking around when police arrived. Both refused treatment. The motorcycle operator stayed and spoke with investigators who did not immediately file charges. However that may change after police review this video.
The video shows the rider rev up his bike, pop the clutch and spin the rear tire sideways before correcting and in an attempt to avoid the motorcycle ahead of him, veer into the crowd and strike two pedestrians.
It’s not quite viral, but this video, titled Raul Echeverz Harley-Davidson (no such dealer exists) has been viewed over 100,000 times. It’s not quite commercial production quality, but someone went to a lot of time and effort to put out the message that to pick up attractive strange women in the city, all you need is a spare helmet and a Harley-Davidson.