Motorcycle racing crashes. It’s hard not to wince when watching a rider go down and slide a few yards on his side into a wall.
Check out the SBK crash montage in the rest of this article.
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Jesse James, the man behind Monster Garage, might die. But I doubt it. His new television show “Jesse James is a
Douchebag Dead Man” is Jesse toying with death through a variety of different feats and stunts he will perform.
And by toying with death I mean he’ll be taking as many safety precautions as possible to make sure that death is not even in the equation. What does that spell? Well, I’m sure you’ll see some cool stuff like explosions and cars doing flips on the show but no real serious danger.
But hey, it’s TV, not a snuff film! I don’t know about you but after watching the “Making of a Dead Man” documentary on the show, I can’t help but roll my eyes. There seems to be a lot of hype on that show about things that just don’t impress me. It also seems that Jesse’s cast and crew think that pretty much everything will kill him.
The TV Network SPIKE will be airing Jesse’s new show starting on May 31st (this Sunday) for all who are interested in explosions and machismo. Probably the best way to watch it is with a bikini clad girl in one hand, and some NOS Energy Drink in the other while listening to Kid Rock. Extreme.
See the full article for my review of the pre-show “Making of” documentary of “Jesse James is a Dead Man”
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For those who’ve had to pack their bike away for the cold winter months, spring is an exciting time. The warmer weather, the budding flowers, the longer evenings. All that is begging you to get out riding again.
But let’s not be too hasty! We know you want to ride but let’s not forget: Safety First. Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month is in May for just that reason. People are anxious to get out of their cooped up houses and get on the road but they may get too excited to remember some basic motorcycle safety practices.
Never assume others see you. Always try to make eye contact with drivers who may be about to pull into your path.