Motorcycle Crash & Aftermath
GSXR-600 motorcycle accident.
Thankfully she is a smart rider and wore good gear but should also had motorcycle boots . . . just may have saved her ankle.
Lesson taught and understood. Wear your gear!
Don’t let anyone ride your bike, and don’t ride passenger on your own bike. Riding 2-up changes the way the bike handles. Read more
San Diego Motorcycle Babe
This young lady is just starting her career as a photo model. This video was taken at the Cajon Classic Cruise Hot-Rod and motorcycle show that occurs every Wednesday through the end of October in downtown El Cajon California.
Not only is this show free to the public but it’s also free for those who want to enter their vehicles. Naturally, there are trophies for the best motorcycle and the best hot rods in the show. If that was not enough, there’s even entertainment at the award ceremony. Read more
Motorcycles San Diego
After taking a break from motorcycling to spend 20 years enjoying hang gliding, about five years ago I got back into custom choppers.
This motorcycle site was set up originally just as a hobby site and even though choppers have gone out of favor (I’m sure they’ll be back) of baggers, I’m still totally hooked on their looks, power and most of all, they are smooth highway cruising. Read more
Hot Rod-Motorcycle Show
The weather forecast for this Sunday Father’s Day is very hot, so cool down at Mission Bay’s Belmont Park Hot Rod and motorcycle show.
Naturally to view the show which runs from 10 AM to 3 PM, it’s totally free! If you’d like to enter your Hot Rod or motorcycle there is a very modest fee. Read more
Bike Night – Cajon Classic Cruise
Bike Night – Cajon Cruise – June 15, 2016 is Bike Nite at this FREE weekly event in the heart of beautiful Downtown El Cajon. See the best bikes in the county. Lots of classic, choppers & touring bikes, plus great food, and great entertainment.
Every week this weekly event has a specially themed show.
A motorcycle rider takes a turn with too much speed and ends up losing control. Luckily the motorcyclist only suffered a fractured collarbone, along with a few scratches.
Looks like somebody got a little too freaked out passing that “Left Lane Ends” warning sign at about 80 miles an hour and over corrected juuuuuuust a wee bit too far to the right. “An’ another one rides the bus, hey, hey!!!…”, well, at least until his arm finishes its stint in the sling… 😀 Read more
Naughty Girls of Sturgis was filmed in Sturgis, S.D. on the 75th Anniversary of the Black Hills Rally.
The first rally was held by Indian Motorcycle riders on August 14, 1938, by the “Jackpine Gypsies” motorcycle club, who still own and operate the tracks, hillclimb, and field areas where the rally is centered. Read more
Memorial Day Tribute
We pause to take solemn remembrance of the men and women who have given their lives for their country and for their loved ones who have suffered a great loss here at home. To all those serving or have served in the military, we appreciate your service to our country.
Memorial Day Tribute
Harley Motorcycle Accident – San Diego Motorcycle Stunt Crash
San Diego Motorcycle Stunt Crash at San Diego Harley Davidson Bike Night.
First of all, that me say that the stunt rider in this video did not get injured. Plus, the bike did get some damage but it all looked relatively minor when seen close-up.
Now doing wheelies on lightweight Japanese bikes is one thing, but, on Harley-Davidson’s bikes it’s quite another. Read more
NYPD CRUSHES MOTORCYCLES
This is a prime example of government stupidity! The city’s top cop made good on his promise to destroy dozens of ATVs and dirt bikes seized during illegal rides through the city.
What a real waste of taxpayer money, perhaps I should say potential money. I can understand the police in New York City sending a message but why do they have to send the message by crushing dirt bikes and ATVs after they’ve confiscated them? Just doing a news conference in front of these confiscated by which surely send the same message when it’s played on TV. But, the real difference would be that then the city could sell these confiscated motorcycles and ATVs and raise funds for the city and the police department. Read more