TEDDY BEAR ON A MOTORCYCLES HITS GAURD RAIL
Posted on July 20 2017
Halloween might be your favorite holiday because it’s a time to dress up and be something you’re not. And a lot of us like to ride motorcycles. Even more of us like to ride wheelies. With all that said, a group of guys thought it a good idea to have a ride where you not only dress up in costumes, but you ride wheelies in them. Not that it’s a bad idea, but it’s definitely an interesting one. Riding in general is hard enough to do and not crash, but to do it with a costume on is even harder. In this video, it's not even that this guy was riding a wheelie or doing anything we’re not “supposed” to be doing. This is just a case of looking back at exactly the wrong time. We’re assuming there was a mess of bikes behind him and he was leading the back. Oh, by the way, this is the DoomsDay Ride that happens every October in Chicago, IL. If you haven’t been, make sure you make the next one. It’s one blast of a good time. So back to the video.
This cute little Teddy Bear was leading the pack around a swoop on/off ramp somewhere in Chicago. He seems to be cruising along, getting ready for the upcoming turn, and right about the time he looks back, that pesky turn is a little sharper than he anticipated. At the last second he turns back around, but at this point, it’s all too late! He smashes into the guardrail and a couple construction barrels, barely missing a more blunt impact on the guardrail itself. From the looks of it, the bike itself almost saved the rider more than the barrels. But glad he was able to get up and walk away. What a lot of people don’t know is, Sitddown Steve rode the guys bike home for him and the radiator blew, give Sitdown 2nd degree burns down his leg. But hey, what are friends for! So with all that said, it's hard not chuckle a little when a teddy bear goes smashing into a guardrail. Thanks for taking a few minutes out of your day to hang out on our website with us. Hit us up if you have any comments or suggestions for us. Always love hearing feedback from friends and fans. See ya on one wheel! Thanks, Streetfighterz