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Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by Tweetster, Jul 17, 2009.
I've always liked this one;
Ah yes!!......the "left leg ow" one!! *wince*
I feel sorry for this guy:
I've seen the OP one before, but I see it in such a new light...
The blipping of the throttle, the scarf over the passenger's head, the wheelie dance, the shoe flying off at the end... comedy fcuking GOLD!
NitroCircus : Hilarious
What happened there? Oil patch?
New tyres, not scrubbed in.
Well, more correctly the tyre release agent, used during manufacturing to make sure the tyre releases from the tyre mold, hadn't been washed off the tyre. Most places will wash the tyre off with a solvent to prevent this happening. If they don't, you have to be careful riding until it is scrubbed off on the road.
When you pick up a new bike, or get new tyre fitted, make sure the tyres are washed with solvent and you wont have any trouble like that guy.