Info from Licensor: "The biker was distracted when he lost control and hit the car."
Wheelies are cool. Full stop.
If you can ride a two wheeler on one wheel for a couple seconds, face it, you’re the bee’s knees. Nothing cooler than you. Slap on them shades and say, “Deal with it.”
But wheelies are hard. Sure, anyone could pop the front wheel of their Mongoose for a second, but it takes a whole other class of person to keep that shit going for a little while.
Check out this dude, who decided to pop a wheelie and ended up with a butt ton of road rash. You gotta start somewhere.
This video ain’t no walk in the park.
Or should I say DRIVE out of the PARK.
We'll work on that.
Frustrating, fascinating, harrowing, this video of a motorcyclist trying to get out of a parking spot will have you screaming at the screen. This woman is trying, against all odds, to get out of pretty big parking spot in Java, Inodnesia. For expert parkers like myself, it’s basically a horror movie.
I mean, she gets off her bike three times to move the other bikes around her. The only obstacle? Her own lack of confidence. You got this, girl. Just back up.
Life comes at you fast, and for Kevin Diepenbrock, 41, maybe a little too fast.
After crashing his motorcycle on a treacherous stretch of the Tennessee highway known as "The Dragon," Diepenbrock found himself just inches from death. He had no food, no water, and no cell service. Laying motionless in a ditch just off the highway with two punctured lungs, a dozen broken ribs, and several spinal fractures, he took out his phone to make one, final statement. Recording his last words, Diepenbrock sent his love to his wife, parents, and his especially large pack of dogs.
Stopping to take a sip of water, a passing motorist found him nearly 30 hours later. At the hospital, Diepenbrock decided to delete the videos but later retrieved them from the cloud to share them with the world.
The Knoxville News Sentinel recounts the crash that left Diepenbrock stranded and fellow Philip Polito dead:
"On Oct. 15, Diepenbrock and Philip Polito, his riding companion and co-worker at a natural gas plant near Philadelphia, Pa., tumbled more than 100 feet down a rocky embankment after their motorcycles collided on a notorious stretch of Highway 129 near mile marker 4 called 'The Dragon.'"
"Polito, 29, of Perryville, Mo., was killed in the crash, and the 41-year-old Diepenbrock was flung out of sight from the motorists who get a thrill from the treacherous road's sharp curves and scenic views."
A harrowing experience for sure, but how many people get to watch their final words go viral?
Just when I thought such creations were destined for nothing but daydreams, Vintage Works pulls off this beauty. They even included a sound system, which features blaster sound effects for additional authenticity.
Unfortunately, it sounds like this was a one 'n done (why??) kind of deal. Here's to hoping that changes in future days.