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anyone else notice that it doesnt look like he is doing almost 200.... maybe the bike is geared really deep... so that the speedo is showing 189... or maybe its legit. i dont know... looks a little off to me. heavy traffic moving at 85-90 MPH?
It's not unusual for traffic to be going 80-85 in the Phoenix area. Some are slower, 75-80, and some are weaving through traffic.
 

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If I didn’t have a 13yr old son, I would have one in my garage. I may still get one just to look at and rev when I’m drunk in the garage. It will be one more useless toy I don’t use. The beauty of being single.
 

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I don’t care if he wrecks and dies, but speeds like that even on a bike, he could hurt someone else.
Idiots like that don't give a rat's ass whether they do or don't! Watching this video took me back to last Sunday when we were on the freeway with our friends driving home after lunch. I never saw the bike coming, but he had to doing at least 130, probably more. I suddenly heard this roar and the asshat sped between my Genesis and a car in the 3rd lane. Scared the heck out of my wife. He was out of sight in seconds, blasting between cars. I immediately called the State Police and notified them. I know they'll never catch him, but at least the call is noted if he ends up hurting someone, causing someone to crash, or if he crashes and leaves all of his flesh on the freeway. Imagine the poor driver who gets spooked and swerves INTO the path of a speeding bike, or into the path of another car causing a wreck. The emotional trauma another driver would have to deal with, or worse, makes me hope this idiot at least gets caught and loses permanently his license. He probably won't be that lucky, though, as he'll likely kill himself. And he has the balls to post his escapades online! Like I said, idiots like that don't give a rat's ass about getting caught, crashing, or hurting anyone else.
 

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Idiots like that don't give a rat's ass whether they do or don't! Watching this video took me back to last Sunday when we were on the freeway with our friends driving home after lunch. I never saw the bike coming, but he had to doing at least 130, probably more. I suddenly heard this roar and the asshat sped between my Genesis and a car in the 3rd lane. Scared the heck out of my wife. He was out of sight in seconds, blasting between cars. I immediately called the State Police and notified them. I know they'll never catch him, but at least the call is noted if he ends up hurting someone, causing someone to crash, or if he crashes and leaves all of his flesh on the freeway. Imagine the poor driver who gets spooked and swerves INTO the path of a speeding bike, or into the path of another car causing a wreck. The emotional trauma another driver would have to deal with, or worse, makes me hope this idiot at least gets caught and loses permanently his license. He probably won't be that lucky, though, as he'll likely kill himself. And he has the balls to post his escapades online! Like I said, idiots like that don't give a rat's ass about getting caught, crashing, or hurting anyone else.

Yessir to all of that.

I had a clown blow between another car and I a couple weeks back. We were just pulling away from the red light, he was heavy on the throttle probably doing 55-60. Heard him before I knew what was going on. Didn’t see him until he was at my door.

****ing retards.
 

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I'm a Truck Driver. Years ago a couple of us were going down the highway through Philly when one of those things (No idea what kind?) absolutely flew by us and almost instantly disappeared.
A couple miles down the road we saw the flashing lights around a bend,

He failed to negotiate a flatbed tractor trailer. The EMS guys were just standing there - didn't even bother to open up the stretcher. The bike rider was laying face down in the middle of the highway as we rolled around him. At least he still had his helmet on...


**Flatbed driver appeared to be OK.;)


During the Covid lockdown these idiots were waaaay out of control. No traffic on the roads so 150mph(Had to be!) seemed almost weekly.
 

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I'm a Truck Driver. Years ago a couple of us were going down the highway through Philly when one of those things (No idea what kind?) absolutely flew by us and almost instantly disappeared.
A couple miles down the road we saw the flashing lights around a bend,

He failed to negotiate a flatbed tractor trailer. The EMS guys were just standing there - didn't even bother to open up the stretcher. The bike rider was laying face down in the middle of the highway as we rolled around him. At least he still had his helmet on...


**Flatbed driver appeared to be OK.;)


During the Covid lockdown these idiots were waaaay out of control. No traffic on the roads so 150mph(Had to be!) seemed almost weekly.

Gotta love it. What’s the sayin, over 120 and leathers just make the difference between open and closed casket? lolol

I’ve been ‘that guy’ a couple of times, only way for me to enjoy the bike tbh, is when I’m wringing its neck. And that’s what’s scary, Tiffany in the lane next to me scrolling through her Instagram feed doesn’t give a shit about me. So **** her. If she gets a little scared so be it, imo. Rather her be scared than me be dead. hahaha rarely will i shoot a gap, though. Especially if the wife’s with me
 

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Nice, what a rush. Never drove like that but I did max out my 929RR once in Texas. Not calibrated at that speed but it did read 180. I hurt myself pretty bad on that same bike at 80mph and got into Mustangs. I did end up getting another 929RR but my head wasn't in it. After a ride I was always thankful I wasn't dead or in jail.
 

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I had a highly modded ZX-6R back in the day and scared myself at least once every time I went riding.
 

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After taking my ZX-10R to the race tracks here for track days, I never really want to ride on the street anymore. Everyone is going the same way, there's no bus that will pull out in front of you, and you won't go to jail for it. The street just becomes scary and stupid after that!
 

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I don’t care if he wrecks and dies, but speeds like that even on a bike, he could hurt someone else.

This. I'll never forget being on spring break in Florida and driving up on a recent accident where a Biker had rear ended a astro van at high speeds. He and some of his bike flew through the rear window of the van. I still remember watching the news story the next morning. The van was a family visiting Disney World on spring break and he killed like 3 or 4 people on the van plus him self. Messed up.
 

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Guy is ****in nuts!!!!! Entertaining, but he is gonna die and kill someone else at some point.
 

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I’ve been ‘that guy’ a couple of times, only way for me to enjoy the bike tbh, is when I’m wringing its neck.
This is some what why my banshee stays parked. A little over 100rwhp and it scares me. I guess im getting old.

I also started on page two of this thread and I thought this was about the h2 hummer for way too long. I am going to see myself out now.
 

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This is some what why my banshee stays parked. A little over 100rwhp and it scares me. I guess im getting old.

I also started on page two of this thread and I thought this was about the h2 hummer for way too long. I am going to see myself out now.

Mine makes 200whp probably (2017 ZX10R, full exhaust w/o cat, filter, and tune, and i weigh 160lbs) , and it doesn’t make me nervous, and that’s what scares me lolol
 

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We have a name for fellas that ride like that on public roads,

Organ Donors...

There's not going to be any organs viable if he wrecks at those speeds. Unless they want to scrape remnants of a kidney off the asphalt


Dude was riding like he was in a video game.
 

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