Think Twice Before Showing Your Motorcycle Stunts On YouTube

In England, a biker who posted videos of himself on YouTube performing stunts and speeding at up to 210 kph (130 mph) has been jailed for 12 weeks. Sandor Ferenci, 28, was approached by police after a motorist saw him speeding on his powerful motorcycle and noted his license number. Police found an internet uploaded video filmed by a friend of his hazardous riding. In it, wheelies, tire-smoking wheel spins and skids on his Yamaha R6 road bike as well as high-speed undertaking maneuvers. Conclusion: edit your video not to show your license plate, or pretend that the rider on film is you grandmother riding the bike she stole from you.

5 Responses to “Think Twice Before Showing Your Motorcycle Stunts On YouTube”

  1. 1 Gar Oct 21st, 2008 at 4:54 pm

    Second Conclusion:

    Don’t act like an ass and there will be no need to worry about the video in the first place ….. but I supose that would be too simple of a fix!

    Gar Out

  2. 2 Doc Shaw Oct 22nd, 2008 at 12:05 pm

    Definite potential to become a Darwin Award Winner… Hopefully he will take himself out before he reproduces.

  3. 3 Jeff Nicklus Oct 22nd, 2008 at 4:46 pm

    Dick heads will be dick heads on video or not!

    Over & Out,


  4. 4 Rodent Oct 22nd, 2008 at 7:11 pm

    Since when can you identify the rider with a full helmet….Who ever it was they are stupid but in the USA you’d never get a conviction…of course this asshole put his name on the you tube as the rider…Dumb!

  5. 5 Mick Chadwick- Custom Oct 23rd, 2008 at 4:54 pm

    Just the kind of promotion Bikers DONT WANT-what a Plonker 130 didnt even get into top gear ? or shit out ? anyway failed (too slow) miserably to impress the speed merchants when the bike was capable of 180 plus! and rest of us for giving us a crap name–!

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