7 MORE Motorcycle Lies We TellJun 01, 2021
A few weeks ago we did our video on the seven
motorcycles and it seemed to work pretty well, looks like you guys had even
motorcycles so I thought it would be fun to do a video on seven
morelies we tell about the motorcycles for your viewing pleasure hello my gentle, soft and wonderful squids, welcome back to your daily dose of papa's ham fueled by the hot tears of Jorge Lorenzo fans, all kidding aside, glad you're here. a treat because today's video is going to be good so make sure you have some poo to munch on sit back relax and let the sweet tones of your sweet Papa Yam guide you to the rider.
I know you can be, let's check it out. pull out these lies bikers tell number one i definitely got 186 miles per hour on my r6 last night the first lie you are likely to hear is that the 600 cc sport rider claims to have a top speed of over 160 something like miles per hour no no no no no here's why sportbikes have especially terr compatible speedometers is because ECE allows speedometers up to 10% off which is mostly you guys badmouthing your little 600s going over 160. I get it bro, you saw your gauge at 186 and got really excited. out of 186 18.6 if my math is correct then 186 minus 18.6 that's just 167 point four miles per hour which is still a bit high though confirm your speeds with GPS and get a speedometer gauge like speedometer healer or other devices and then go back and say you were doing 165 on your 600cc factors like the bikes aerodynamics, weight transmission, gearing, engine power and rider weight all affect the bikes top speed.
The 600 CC bikes seem to be a bit faster than those of the early 2000s, but they aren't. they have leading bike chart speeds and will never hit anything like a hundred and eighty six miles per hour most leading bikes hit triple digits in first gear to get very close to 600 they just aren't capable of breaking those sayo types of speeds the second line we are going to look at is bro i would die on one of those things i cant control myself one of the biggest lies i hear from people all the time is to die on one of those motorcycles driving crazy nothing is worse than saying you are unable to do something you've never tried if you're absolutely new to motorcycles the main thing we use to control our speed and acceleration is called the throttle people who can't control themselves are just coping seriously.
I'm willing to bet if you took a full MSF course and then put them on liter bikes without telling them they'd make it through the course alive because they'd have throttle control and not chase their bikes. soft throttle applications and staying away from full openness is how anyone controls a motorcycle and students would only use enough throttle to get to 25mph and shift into second gear also i think it speaks to your ego to think that you would be to get on a bike and the first thing you would do is hit a hundred and fifty miles an hour you would probably be too scared to go 40 or 50 on your first lap at the end of the course that you could make a big reveal showing students what what rossi can do on the same bike just learned students wouldn't know fear the 1000cc engine displacement and just learn to ride for brother at the gas station saying he wish he could have had a bike and almost bought himself one or he hasn't gotten into 250 instead of an r1 because he can't control himself that's up to him for the rest of us have mos throttle control and a flick of the wrist number three cops can't catch me on radar bro the bike is too small if you live in the 1940's when radar couldn't detect smaller objects people might believe that with Current technology, law enforcement radar is capable of detecting a bicycle at speeds slightly faster than a person walking. you are definitely going to be able to catch your zx 10 going 150 miles per hour no problem if they can see you or think they can see you and they can point you on radar they will detect your speed they will ticket the car next to me its actually a tracking lie because most Law enforcement have laser devices also called lidar that are capable of honing in on even smaller targets.
Most officers are trained to target specific parts of a car, such as the front bumper of the license plate or the grill. The silhouette of a motorcycle is large enough for both radars. and laser with police units phasing out radar for lidar odds they are trying to go against radar thinner and thinner there is literally no chance of going against a lidar weapon because police can identify you in a group of squid and recording his speed now, like a short break, is a word of our day today and it's me, do you know how much time and work goes into these videos?
The least you can do is subscribe and share them with a friend if you want to support what we do here even more. re and it's a project of us we have editors and researchers and all kinds of cool stuff i have a gift for you because i'm a loving and giving soul i have a yamaha r3 and suzuki sv650 to grab and could you show me some support by clicking on the links below and finding out how you can enter to win these free bikes again. rolling the fourth line you are likely to hear is i jumped for my dream bike as my first bike because i want to grow on it if you ever heard someone say this well i might be downright crazy or delusional you might you can get away with having your dream car as your first car and then not mess it up i get it but cars are easier to control your motorcycles having your dream bike as your first motorcycle to grow is a lie the first stage it's the denial it's the idea that you're not going to fall to destroy it or even get hit by someone else you can easily get used to it and you'll be an expert on your bike in no time it just feels good the second stage is overconfidence i sat on a couple are about at a dealership i can totally ride a liter bike after msf knows the reality is you need experience to get your dream bike if i have to e relate it to dating in a weird way you must be heartbroken for all your exes to be better for you forever if you understand my feelings Same with a bike.
Get experience with something less than a liter. For most, that's the 250 to 500 class and the bikes, then go after the bike you really want. The third stage is reality. Hop on a friend's 250cc bike and drop it off. It must be a good friend. try the MSF course and see how easy it was for you to drop the bike after getting stuck if you are stubborn you actually bought your dream bike what it has been like to have it I personally know that falling on a motorcycle is inevitable especially if you are doing anything kind of offroad riding ask me as i know as an experienced rider i know it will happen i just dont know when and on what bike when you start with your dream bike and try to become it those growing pains and learning curves it's what will damage the bike the most i haven't even touched on based on how fast your dream probably is and how it might scare you away from motorcycling in general you can actually find many leading low mileage bikes for sale all from people who thought that they could handle it but quit while they were ahead.
I'm looking at you Ducati owners, don't worry, I can tell because I own a Ducati too. Why here the secondary roads are safer than the highway. Another reason we say about motorcycling is that the back roads are safer than the highway this is true only if you don't have a license and/or drive dirty from a legal standpoint for the rest of us the highway is actually safer from both a legal and physical standpoint back roads are more unpredictable than the path of a hurricane cars backing up or ut hit blind turns crossing wildlife and other environmental factors back roads become a hazard to ride on urban area secondary roads that have traffic involved in other directions, such as approaches or turns, increases the risk for bicycles when you review accident data, including cars colliding with motorcycles most accidents occurred on urban roads and not on interstates or highways, so what makes a highway safe for everyone? two of you?
Love of squid missiles and baby games. Highways were designed to travel at higher speeds with this in mind. on busier highways and the ride is typically smoother, curves are banked, especially off ramps, and roads are mostly straight, you can see the road ahead and adjust accordingly, another important safety factor What is found on highways is that traffic goes in the same direction is very minimal, stops merge and exits are on the same side and these pinch points can be avoided, it is possible to arrive on the left lane of the highway highway and not change lanes or stop for hundreds of miles, this is how highway travel is safer, don't park in the left lane, although on back roads you can literally get hit at the intersection closest to your house because some idiot decided to text and drive and then ran a stop sign Distractions and veering in traffic are some of the factors more dangerous for cyclists.
Highway driving rarely exposes a motorcyclist to the danger of backing up and most of the focus is on those due to the size of lane changes. without looking at the next slide we'll see is my new tires are so slippery I have to train it now this could be up for debate but in my opinion it's not if you are tired you need to train it or if they are even slippery when you install them, It's not that they're slippery Ebers and you have to ride them for 200 miles to see their true potential, but they just need to be a little easy on them so the makers of a layer of release chemistry The lime or the installer shop might have left something behind. of installation lubricant on the tires.
I think let me RevZilla said it best when he described the highest steals as a way to know yourself as a biker, you have to trust the rubber you ride on. because knowing your limits will make your ride more difficult finding limits in your tires the hard part and extreme caution should be given to a new set of tires you need to do a prescribed circuit warm up cool down and everything else is new tires don't ride your lincoln bike normally to see the true angles for a few miles and then start pushing your comfort on the new tires you don't want to be in a corner your old game could handle but your new game not just because you spent twice as much on new tires doesn't mean you are guaranteed to be better than the previous game and vice versa, it also depends a lot more on the skill of the rider, he has to ride his tires and find out the limits they have, leave the steals for the people who want the Ce the rubber, our next lie it's that earplugs are dangerous because you can't hear anything.
Earplugs are great for doing two things, one by blocking out loud noises, high pitched noises, and noise that would damage your ears and two, they actually still allow it. that you listen to the lie that earplugs are dangerous to wear is exactly that lie of two how does our army get into combat? shooting range has difficulty hearing other people's conversations while sending shots down ears are protected but normal sounds can still be heard at reasonable volumes what it's like to drive without ear plugs you may not realize but the sound from the engine the exhaust system and most of all the wind howling past your helmet is much more damaging than you might expect, it's a hum of sound at times but wearing ear plugs will prevent your ears from getting damaged and you will enjoy driving for many years. sometimes it's normal to be able to hear people talk while wearing earplugs, not being able to hear the cars around you falls under the myth that loud pipes save lives, which we have a whole video on, you'll only hear what you is in front of you and me.
I will hit you with the additional lie and that is that many guys say that it is the last bike they will ever have when they talk about any bike, everyone knows that the formula to calculate how many bikes you need is n plus 1 where n is the number of bikes you havecurrently well guys that will be it for today's video let me know in the comments what you liked and disliked remember to subscribe right after 500,000 subscribers so find all your friends who are too lazy to break the button to old papa yam 1 million subscribers equals me on a turbo busa so let's make it happen in time for it to be a christmas present.
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