Watch the 'Coney Island' one. Very much public streets.HondaGalToo : That's cool that they don't do it on public roads. That' my only real objection to it, the times it's done on public roads where it can endanger others. That just gives all of us a bad rap.
Don't worry, it was.Chain : Quote (Rigger @ Aug. 16 2003, 10:35pm)cool link ! but the cops around hear would have shot him (if it wasn't staged)
Don't worry, it was.Bacchus : Quote (Chain @ Aug. 16 2003, 7:38pm)Quote (Rigger @ Aug. 16 2003, 10:35pm)cool link ! but the cops around hear would have shot him (if it wasn't staged)
Dude, did you *WATCH* the videos? In 'Larry and the Wanna-be Cops' it's pretty clear there is traffic on both ends of that road.Gearhead : I'm into the stunting as well as track riding, so it's nice to see a group taking the initiative to try and get the crazies off the public roads and onto a closed course to practice their stuff.
Basically the way I look at it is if you want to wad your bike on a track, stadium or whatever you rented then that's fine.. just don't do it on our public streets and don't go crying to your insurance company to pay for your stupidity because it's *all* of us paying for your stupidity or should I say overt stupidity.Zeeman : I think the only stunting anyone here has any problem with is the public road kind. I like watching a good trick on a closed circuit as much as the next guy - I just don't wanna wreck my bike to learn it.