Motorcycle Stunts Lead To The World's Most Predictable Crashes


If you can't learn to be a better rider, at least learn what spacing is.

Motorcycle stunt videos can often prompt some pretty strong reactions. This is understandable, since they’re quite often filmed on crowded highways, full of motorists who want nothing more than to get to Cracker Barrel without incident. We understand that this does make the videos more exciting, but still. So here is a video which shows a bunch of riders doing stunts with nobody else on the road. Sounds safer, right? Wrong.

As it turns out, the lack of cars on the road doesn’t alleviate the need to actually learn how to do the stunts, or for that matter, to keep your distance from other riders.

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