Best of Streetfire-Week of Oct 6, 2008
Six minutes of the hottest auto footage on the internet- we count down the
top 7 videos of the week from the web's largest automotive enthusiast
Fastest Mile- 256.79 MPH on a Turbo Hayabusa
One of the fastest street bikes around- 636 WHP powers Charlie Anstaett
down the Maxton Mile at a best-of record 256 MPH. How does he make this
kind of power? Better yet how does he connect & survive the ride? Dave
Owens & Charlie dish all the details.
Bullrun 2008 - Team Texas Hotties Drive the Party
50 teams, 7 days, over 3000 miles- the 2008 Bullrun traveled the
Transcontinental Divide from Calgary to Phoenix. We follow 3 hot sisters
from Texas who won the girls entry contest as they drive & party through
the grandest automotive rally in the world!
Land Speed Racing & Maxton Mile - 200MPH +
Born on the flats of Bonneville, the Maxton Mile was created to give Land
Speed Racers back East a chance to run fast. Hosted several times a year in
Maxton, NC, you can watch as a Mustang tries for 200 MPH plus the
Maine Barons Team share the iconic story of Sam's roadster.
Fatal high speed police chase - Unmarked SAAB 9-5 Aero vs Kawasaki ZX-10R *Translated*
***EDIT This video doesn´t show the crash! At 47:57 the chopper report the
bike has wrecked. There is no pics of the bike after the crash in this
video. Subtitles is only availible first 20 minutes.
This guy did only have license to drive cars, caught riding a bike can
result in a 6 month ban. Speeding at 81 km/h over the limit (and more) will
revoke your license for 8 month. Bottom line, many riders going fast on
1000cc sportbikes will run. Choppers are used rarely to catch speeders***
A Kawasaki ZX-10R fly by an unmarked SAAB. The biker has no mirrors and
ain´t aware of he is being followed by the police.
At 14.30 the bike starts to pick up the pace.
At 17.10 he looks back and guns it. Soon he is gone and this unit doesn´t
have the bike insight again. Although the bike is far away this unit
continues to chase him for 30 minutes. More than 20 unites including a
chopper were involved in this chase.
A heating debate started in Sweden if police acting appropriate due to the
fact this was only a traffic violation. The biker died in the end when he
slammed into a road barrier, the passenger didn´t suffer any injuries. The
rider was just a regular chap going out for a ride on his ZX-10R equipped
with a Racefit Growler
Nothing happens in the last 20 minutes, just radio traffic
Stunts EPIC motorcycle and dirt bike compilation - part 3
Part 3 of this epic compilation of motorcycle, scooter, and dirt bike
crashes or fails.
From Dual sport, motards, scooters, Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and
Honda racing bikes or crotch rockets.
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Watch dirt bike stunts, crazy stunts, bike tricks, and motorcycle wheelies.
Motorcycle stunt riding, sometimes referred to as simply stuntriding, is a
motorcycle sport characterized by stunts involving acrobatic maneuvering of
the motorcycle and sometimes the rider. Common maneuvers in stunt riding
include wheelies, stoppies, and burnouts. Sport bikes have become a common
vehicle for stunts.
A wheelie on a motorized vehicle is nothing new. In drag racing they are
considered a problem, robbing power that could be used to accelerate the
vehicle faster, and many classes
of drag racing use wheelie bars to prevent them.
But those are for vehicles specifically built for drag racing, which rarely
are street-legal, or unmodified from stock. In contrast, since at least the
1970s, some motorcycles straight from the showroom floor were able to be
In the late 1980s and continuing today, motorcycles, and especially
sportbikes, have become lighter and more powerful, and have therefore
become easier to wheelie. Other stunts have also become possible if not
easy with the advancement of motorcycle technology.
Stunters are a controversial subculture of motorcycling. Stunters perform
motorcycle stunts on sportbikes, both on public roads and in private
venues. Some stunters even have organized commercial teams.
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OUTSIDERS JAPAN MOVIE BY DRIFTWORKS. HD Drifting Documentary DVD
After 10 years of being a part of the drift scene, Phil Morrison and James
Robinson from Driftworks finally took a tour of Japan, accompanied by film
maker Al Clark, and guided by Mitto Steele.
The goal was to see where drifting originated. To find out why it has
advanced so much, and why the drivers will often risk everything to do it.
Full Boxset available from www.driftworks.com
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The fastest bike
The Suzuki GSX1300R, also known as the Hayabusa (隼), is a hypersport
motorcycle made by Suzuki. It has a 1299 cc inline-4 engine typically rated
between 150 and 180 bhp (110 to 132 kW), and was consistently tested as the
quickest and fastest production motorcycle in the world circa 2000 (see
Cycleworld June 2000, Performance Bikes June 2000, Sportbike Magazine June
2000, Motorcyclist Magazine June 2000, Bikenet Online, Bike Magazine - UK,
May 2000, and others around the world).
When introduced for the 1999 model year, the Hayabusa was an unadulterated
speed machine. This edge has been dulled only a little in subsequent model
years (2001 and later) by an electronic speed limiter when the major
Japanese motorcycle manufacturers realized that the power and speed wars
among flagship sportbikes would not end and would eventually lead to
increased government regulation, an unfavorable public image (due to more
fatal accidents or higher insurance premiums), or both. The top speed of
all Hayabusa motorcycles since then has been limited by the onboard
computer to 300 km/h (186 mph).
A stock Hayabusa (with a professional rider) will run a sub-10 second
quarter mile with trap speeds approaching 150 mph (240 km/h). Many top
speed enthusiasts modify the motorcycle with turbochargers, and turbocharged Hayabusas hold many top speed
records, including the FIM 1350cc world record of 252.832 mph (406.894
km/h). This is the fastest timed average (two way) anywhere in the world
for an open wheel motorcycle, and the fastest AMA US record for an open
wheel bike. During the record pass the onboard GPS recorded 261 mph (420
km/h) as a top measured speed.
278.6mph, 448.36km/h, Worlds Fastest Turbo Charged Hayabusa Streetbike. On-board Video
At the Texas Mile, October 2010, Bill Warner of Wild Bros Racing goes 278.6
mph in a standing start mile, on a 650rwhp turbo charged Suzuki Hayabusa Streetbike. On board
video taken facing rearward using an AiM Sports SmartyCam with in-video
display of GPS speed. (sample rate of the in camera GPS does not allow
recording of the top speed that was set in the timing traps)
Police Chase Motorcycle Bike VS Cop Actual Dash Cam Video Motorbike Brake Checks Cops NOT Caught
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Insane high speed police chase actual dash cam footage of motorcycle stunt
bike rider running from law enforcement in Dallas, TX. Watch as this crazy
motorcycle stunt bike rider taunts cops chasing a large group of
motorcycles performing stunts check out what was caught on camera from
inside police officer patrol car from the real dash cam video. This video
clip also even has a happy ending the rider is not caught after teasing &
clowning on the police for about 3:30 minutes the rider grows bored & tried
of cops flashing there light & following him so i out runs the cop cars &
gets away. The motorbike stunt rider is never caught. In this video clip
you can also see other bikers flea the scene passing the insane stunt bike
motorcyclist just messing with them. Please ENJOY, SUBSCRIBE, & SHARE this