You Probably Shouldn't Do That: Riding A Dirt Bike After A Wheel Spoke Breaks

June 5, 2017


Hats: They're the new helmets.

This is a short video of a future good ol' boy continuing to ride a dirt bike in Oley, Pennsylvania after a spoke on the back wheel broke. That does not look safe. That also does not look like a very comfortable ride. Me? I am the MOST comfortable ride. "You mean sexually?" No I do not. I meant like, piggyback. And I was lying about that too, I've never not dropped a rider on their neck.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Crognam, who agrees somebody should get this kid a helmet for his birthday because he's gonna need it.

  • Dao

    I build spoked motorcycle wheels, and I make SO much money out of people that keep riding them when they are turning crappy! Kinda excited to see a crossover of my two favourite things - motorbikes and Geekologie.

  • GeneralDisorder

    How much education/experience/motivation does one need to do this kind of thing? I've always liked motorcycles but don't own one and can't afford to spend... like... more than $0.50 from a typical paycheck.

    What I'm getting at... Could a techie nerd like me get a second job working on motorbikes?

  • Dao

    Motorbikes are only as expensive as you let them be! My entire life I've ridden and raced dirt bikes, and I build custom spoked wheels for race teams and random customers...but my full-time job is being head technical computer nerd in a multi-million dollar online store and using spreadsheets to manage 160,000 line items of inventory, so yeah, motorbikes are suitable for nerds!

  • Titty McNipplefondler

    You do what you gotta do to get to your trimming job

  • jodyberry

    8 seconds - WASTED!

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    at least it might have sterilized him with that grundle pulverization

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