Hell for Leather and Tangent Vector bring you the next installment of their three-part Aprilia RSV4 video series. The first video poked fun at the BMW “Magic Trick." And the jokes just keep on coming. This next video shows the RSV4 painting with the slogan “Painting is not our art…Wining is our art.” Check out the video and enjoy!
Check out the first of a three part video series showcasing the speed and race winning power of the Aprilia RSV4. The video, created by Hell for Leather and Tangent Vector, is a spoof on the BMW magic trick commercial. The Aprilia might not be able to do sweet magic tricks…we just win races.
Stay tuned for part 2 of the Aprilia video series.
Alpinestars, the uber huge manufacturer of motorcycle and automotive safety gear, recently unveiled its latest technology: airbag-equipped motorcycle suits. This is the Tech Air Race motorcycle suit, the most advanced of its kind. How advanced, you ask?
Talk about success!
BMW’s award-winning “Dinner Spot” ad featuring the S1000RR recently became the most played BMW YouTube video ever, acquiring more than 1.7 million clicks and counting.
In a comical reference to “the oldest trick in the world,” pulling a tablecloth from a dinner table, the BMW’s marketing team had the 193-horsepower bike pull a tablecloth from a huge banquet-sized dinner table.
After launching the bike that will perform a 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds, BMW’s first-ever Superbike performed this oldest trick on a massive scale flawlessly, leaving all dinnerware intact.
Talk about performance…well, check it out here.
The World Superbike Championships at Phillip Island set the stage for an extremely exciting season. We saw some of the fastest times recorded at the Phillip Island track, we saw the closest finish in WSBK history, and a whole bunch of bikes tumbling off of the course. Just about everyone had a tumble at Phillip Island. From veteran riders like James Toseland to debuting riders like Cal Crutchlow, the fast track at Phillip Island sent many riders to the pavement. On day one, the track was hot, and many riders admitted to using the wrong tires for the conditions. On day two, there was an oil spill on the track that helped a few riders to the ground, and ultimately forced the race to re-start. Out of all the crashes at Phillip Island, no one was seriously injured. A few bruises and some broken bikes, but all riders were able to walk away and prepare for the next WSBK race.
Here are some of the biggest crashes that occurred at the WSBK season opener at Phillip Island.
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