During my daily scan of Digg (digg.com) stories, I came across this video of some guys enjoying a ride in the Omaha, NE night, when this crazy driver decides he doesn’t like them for no apparent reason and tries to run them off the road.
In the video you see several times tries hit the bikes at 60+ MPH, and on two occasions actually come in to contact with the bikes, one being the video bike.
The notes section of the YouTube video, states the driver was arrested on drug charges, nothing related to what the guys on the bikes were doing.
Being a rider myself, it really annoys me that some people have no respect for motorcyclists, drug deluded or otherwise. Check out the video below, and hope this never happens to you.
The video does contain ‘Not Suitable for Work’ language… so you have been warned!
If you haven’t already noticed by now, under the section headings to the right of this article is a section on what I am currently watching on television, listening music wise and what book I might be reading at this present time.
Anyways, one of my favorite TV shows at the moment it Rookie Blue, if you haven’t already seen it (or even heard of it) go check it out, you won’t regret it. Below I will give you a brief synopsis of the show and its characters, and some great news I only learned today which is probably old news by now, but its better late than never I always say.
Continue reading Today’s Quick Post: Rookie Blue Information
It does seem such a long time ago now, but if you recall on December 07th, 2011 I ran an article on Holiday Gift Wishlists (Holiday Gift Wishlist 01) and within this article I mentioned I had obtained a voucher from Supercar Lifestyle to spend some time driving some really cool supercars around a race track.
Well, that day finally came yesterday (July 16th, 2012) when I was given the opportunity to drive, for three laps each, the Ferrari 360, Nissan GTR and the Jaguar XKR. Not my original list of cars but very cool to drive nonetheless.
Below is my account of the day, along with some specifications of the cars I drove and some pictures I took.
Continue reading Supercar Experience: Review
DC and Ken Block present Gymkhana FIVE: Ultimate Urban Playground – San Francisco.
Shot on the actual streets of San Francisco, California, GYM5 features a focus on fast, raw and precise driving action. Filmed over four days, director Ben Conrad and his team are back to work on their second Gymkhana production and delivered the entire city of San Francisco as Ken Block’s personal gymkhana playground.
This so worth watching… Press Play and put it to Full Screen.!
To all our American friends out there…
Happy 4th July
Here is the latest episode of TableTop from Wil Wheaton, featuring guests: Amber Benson, Michele Boyd and Meghan Camarena
Featuring the game Gloom.
Continue reading New TableTop Episode
Just a quick post to make you guys aware of a new blog I came across…
Not sure when I will ever get the chance, but one of my dreams is to ride across America East to West or vice-versa on the back of a Harley.
I came across a blog of someone who is after my own heart. A guy called Jeff Hodsdon is moving his life from the bay of San Francisco to the bright lights and busy streets of New York City, a 5,000 mile trip West to East on the back of a Ducati Sport 1000cc (not the choice of bike I would have made, but I guess if you need to move it, what better way to move it).
Don’t get me wrong, the Ducati Sport is definitely on my list of bikes I would like to ride at least once, but to do a 5,000 mile trip on the back of one… ouch.
Good Luck Jeff on your travels, I will be looking forward to seeing more photographs and videos of your trip East.
You too can follow Jeff on his travels, check out his blog here: From SF to NYC