A Hayabusa races a Harley in this awesome footage. This is an 1/8 mile drag in Laughlin and was open to amateur riders. Amazing difference in acceleration, the Harley had many high performance mods done to it. It's quite a mis-matched race!
Suzuki SV1000 vs Hayabusa -Just how much faster is the Busa?
http://www.FullTiltLife.com and the Kings of the Street Part 2 DVD match the benchmark Suzuki Hayabusa with a 1000 cc twin, the SV1000. This bike was a messenger bike with 100,000 miles on the clock. Fair fight? Perhaps not, but interesting to watch. Keep in mind the SV would blow a Harley Davidson's fringed handlebars off.
Flesh Wound: Rat bike with air suspension
Flesh Wound is a scarecrow based rat bike designed by Todd Anglani of After Hours Bikes in Florida. It was then put together in Norway by my mate Rasmus, who in this video will demonstrate how to properly park a bike...
Music: R.L. Burnside - Shake 'Em On Down
Harley Rider Flips BMW Rider the Bird for a Loud Pipe
On the return ride home from Pippy's Hot Dog Truck yesterday, the three of us on the ride encountered two Harley riders who, stereotypically, were holding things up. Bill, our leader for the day on his F800GS with stock Exhaust, decides to pass the two Harley riders and slot in behind a car with a double yellow line showing. No problem. No complaints. All is good. Brad, second in line and being the polite, conservative, properly attired, BMW rider with an aftermarket Exhaust on his GS1200 (you freaking hooligan wannabe), decides to wait, and wait, and wait (damn, it was a LONG time) until there is a LEGITIMATE passing zone. I'm just flipping through songs on the 'Wing and watching. A little time goes by, and after a brief slow down due to turning traffic and a pedestrian crosswalk, the trailing Harley rider hits the gas, and you can hear his Exhaust rumble quiet easily. Hmm, pretty loud as I can hear it easily and it's easily recorded. Shortly thereafter, Brad pulls out to pass the two Harley riders in the LEGITIMATE passing zone and I follow suit on the "Wing. The trailing Harely rider flips Brad the bird. Priceless!