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Hardcore GSXR 1000 crash off a cliff

What ever you do please do not ride like this retard take it to the track so if you crash you won't hurt any one else

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Ladies and gentlemen... This is why we don't ride like idiots... If you want to go fast... Go to the track!
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Read the rider's comments in the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUp8hIT_G10

He sounds like a massive dumbass who refuses to admit he made a mistake and learn from it.

My favorite part is he mentions "I'm standing up within seconds and began looking for the road. I couldn't find it so I just went straight up the 35 foot cliff G.I. Joe style." Which doesn't really agree with the massive amount of time you just hear him whimpering.

The only thing worse than a person who rides way over there head on the street and crashes is someone who insists it wasn't their fault and refuses to learn a thing from it.

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Jack asses like him should loose their motorcycle endorsement for at least a year that if he had one to begin with its possible that he might not have such an endorsement in the first place
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Thanks for that you tube link and I agree with you 100%

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Wow, just wow


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post #10 of 26 Old 12-06-12, 13:11
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hahaha, wow...some people...!!!

i feel bad for the guy, in that he genuinely sounds like he's in pain, sitting at the bottom of the cliff, whimpering, but at the same time, he had it coming!
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