A horrible landing at that. The nose was bucking up and down during the entire final approach and there was no flare before touch down, not to mention the rear wheels bounced and the plane was nosed down... good way to cause a nose wheel failure. :P
Was this a cold cockpit start?
I have a question. At the end of the video, you mention that leathers shouldn't be washed (submerged in water). Unfortunately for me, I have extremely smelly hand sweat. Enough so that during the summer, my gloves will smell like ammonia. Yeah, it's bad. Therefore, I have to wash them in soap and water at least once a month. So, I go through a pair of decent gloves almost once a year. Do you have any suggestions?
Song: N'to - Trauma (Worakls Remix)
He high sided because he locked the rear. You're taught that if you lock your rear, you keep it locked until you stop. Once he let off the rear brake, the bike stood up and tossed him.
*sigh* When are people going to learn that cell phone vids, for whatever reason, come out with this odd vertical alignment. That IS how it looks when you correctly hold the phone.
Replace your brake fluid with fluid intended for race cars. They meet DOT 3 and 4 specs. That fluid has a much higher boiling point and will resist the effects of heat preventing brake fade.
Lol wut? There were over 80,000 people there and it's reported that over 1 billion people -- that's 1/7th of the population of the entire planet -- watched this opening...
I ride sport bikes... actually, pretty sure the same bike in the video (sounds like an R6), and this really pisses me off. Take this kind of riding to the track for fuk sake. It's idiots like this that give sport bike riders a bad name and image.
Didn't have enough room in the last comment. Thanks for this vid.
Just to clear this up. At the altitude planes fly at that speed 500mph+... there are no birds, they would freeze to death and / or suffocate at that altitude. Also, bird strikes are most common near airports, when planes are flying much slower than 500 mph.
Would you mind posting the chord progression for the left hand along with the crossover for the right? My ear is just not that in tune.