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Motorcycle Viral Videos, News and Pictures and Fails From Around the Net

Keep your cool and avoid road rage at all cost

Published on April 14, 2016 under Blog
Keep your cool and avoid road rage at all cost
This terrifying video shows the danger of loosing your cool in traffic. “It only takes a second for an accident to happen yet we both took no consideration over (sic) our loved ones or the people around us at the time. Lesson learned.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHbh2l9eoHE http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/motorcycle-vs-car-road-rage_us_57052aa2e4b0b90ac270d050 What do you think of this video? Leave your comments below... Gif via : via GIPHY
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“Godfather” of Motorcycle Media – Ron Galletti’s opinion on a road rage video.

Published on April 13, 2016 under Blog
“Godfather” of Motorcycle Media – Ron Galletti’s opinion on a road rage video.
News Channel 8's Peter Bernard asks the "Godfather" of Motorcycle Media - Ron Galletti's opinion on a road rage video. It's a familiar ride, the one across a popular bridge in Tampa Bay that is known to attract motorcyclist that have the need for speed.  It's a test of skill and to see how the bike performs.  And for most, it's purely a rush.  But on this particular ride a helmet cam catches a road rage that could have gone very wrong. News Channel 8's Peter Bernard interviews Ron Galletti of Born To Ride Motorcycle Media and asks his opinion…
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Oregon motorcyclist kicked by cop awarded $180G to settle excessive force claim

Published on February 15, 2016 under Blog
Oregon motorcyclist kicked by cop awarded $180G to settle excessive force claim
EUGENE, Ore. — A federal jury has ruled in favor of a Eugene motorcyclist who was kicked in the chest by an Oregon State Police captain after a chase. The jury awarded Justin Wilkens $180,000 on Jan. 14 to settle his excessive force claim in the August 2012 incident, the Register-Guard reports. "I'm just happy as heck," Wilkens, 41, said as he left the courthouse. Video of the incident shows Wilkens speeding past Capt. Rob Edwards, who was in an unmarked police car. Edwards began to pursue Wilkens and then rear-ended his motorcycle. The police captain can then be seen pointing…
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