Originally posted by bimmerfan620@Mar 18 2004, 10:36 AM cool video... totally unfair though, racing superbikes against any kind of car... But all in all the viper and the bikes were fast. I just think bikes are ghey.
your on crack, bikes are the shit. hopefully in a few years ill be riding an R1 or CBR, just waiting for the insurance drop for me
haha, for people that like that go for it.. I just think they are unsafe transportation to themselves and to others...If they get in an accident the rider is almost always severly injured if not killed...
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i know how to make the race even... make it a demo derby
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Viper kept up pretty well against the stock bikes though... damn fast viper. If the viper would have had nitrous it would have been over. Now lets get a 883 whp bmw out there the story would have been different
I would definatley agree that motorbikes are much more dangerous than cars espcially if the accident involves a car, then the bikers chances of avoiding a serious injury are decreased greatly... A family friend of mine owns a motorcycle tuning company, (just brakes and rims i think), and he himself is afraid of how fast superbikes are getting... its just rediculous... and extremely sweet to watch MotoGP races involving these bikes....
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