Cool Guy, Coming Through: Motorcyclist Does Burnout During Red Light, Promptly Crashes Attempting Wheelie When Light Turns Green

July 8, 2019


This is a video of a very cool dude smoking his motorcycle tire for a very good portion of a red light, then immediately crashing his bike attempting a wheelie as soon as the light turns green. It serves as a great example of what not to do if you're looking to earn some street cred, and I can only hope this man put the training wheels back on his Huffy to start over earning a little sidewalk cred and some happy claps from his mom and dad. You're doing it, Dingleberry!

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Jeffrey S, who agrees it's never good when pieces of you bike come off in an intersection.

  • EMedstore pharma

    thank you for sharing this! content really is king when it comes to blogging

  • Deksam

    Some people are compelled to be a great inspiration to idiots.

  • Jenness

    It couldn't have happened to a nicer dude

  • Douchy McDouche

    He'll be going "¡Ay, caramba!" all the way to the repair shop.

  • It's almost like.... don't do that.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I can't see any way this could have been avoided.

  • Steamboat

    That poor tire.

  • Nicholas Conrad

    Bet that intersection still smells :/

  • Bling Nye

    Somebody get this fool a bus pass.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    I bet he's one of those people who complains that other motorists are the biggest danger to bikers. Probably has one of those "Look twice! Save a Life!" stickers on his vehicle's bumper, too.

  • Doog

    "Start Seeing Motorcycles"

    At least that's what the ones around here say. I mean, we see motorcyclists, but some of them drive like insane people with death wishes.

  • Nicholas Conrad

    With skillz like this, obvi lane splitting, speeding, and passing around blind corners are all perfectly safe. Smh. The worst thing about riding is other riders. I feel the same way when I go to the dog park and see poo all over the place. C'mon guys, I thought we were in this together! I hope that how responsible bicyclists feel, but I've never seen a responsible bicyclist on the road.

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