September, 2007 Archive

YouTube Tuesday: The Next Big Thing in AMA Racing?

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007
Let’s Go Racing
Turning MX Bikes Into RoadRacers

The 450cc Single MX Racer is a concept created by MC industry veteran Gavin Trippe, designed and fabricated by racing champion-turned designer Roland Sands, and painted by Troy Lee Designs. Since Laguna the response has been amazing to the point, a series will happen in 2008, rules will be clear, continency high and fairing will be spec’d in OEM colors… who’s for red, white, blue, green and yellow? See the video on Roland’s work or read an article from Road Racer X.td>

YouTube Tuesday: Corvette Spy Video

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007
Spy Video of Corvette by Metric Thunder

<Corvette ZR1 Exclusive Driving Spy Video – In the history of the automobile, few cars were anticipated as much as the Corvette ZR-1.

We bring you exclusive spy footage of the Corvette ZR1. Hear and see this monster in action- and let us know what you think!

The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953.

Corvettes tend to emphasize simplicity over technical complexity. It has been proclaimed as “America’s Sports Car.”

It is built today exclusively at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky, but in the past it was built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri. It was the first all-American sports car built by an American car manufacturer.

The National Corvette Museum and annual National Corvette Homecoming are also located in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

A NY VTX1300R For the Road

Friday, September 21st, 2007
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Dennis rides with Metric Thunder!

If your riding in back roads and highways in upstate New York and you see a black blurr passing by, that just could be Dennis on his VTX1300R. This baby is built with for the long haul and ready to burn the blacktop too! Continued »

YouTube Tuesday: Fan Has #1 YouTube Video

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007
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Leave Britney Alone! – Viewed 6.5 Million

Chris Crocker became a video star when he created the video blog about Britney Spears’ disastrous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards with his “Leave Britney Alone” video. Crocker’s video is a YouTube hit… It’s received 92,000 comments and been viewed over 6.5 million times. This is Jimmy Kimmel’s version because the profane language is bleeped out.

Crocker stretched his 15 minutes of fame through interviews with online magazine Salon, radio shock jock Howard Stern and on CNN and ABC.

Only In the UK Two-Wheeled Limo

Thursday, September 13th, 2007
Richard Branson: ” I always use the Limobikes when I am hurrying between meetings, they are a very practical way to travel in London… it makes up for time I have lost during the day!

Sir Richard Branson – Mr. Two Wheels – As well known for his flamboyance as he is for his entrepreneurial spirit, Branson is constantly pushing boundaries, and promoting himself. He once donned a wedding dress to promote Virgin Bride wedding stores. Continued »

Bonneville 2007 Report: Volume II

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007
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Thunder Bob heads up the Bikernet TV crew stationed in Bonneville to cover the 2007 BUB International Motorcycle Speed Trials. Continued »

YouTube Tueday: Funny Commercials

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

We Have Funny Videos

We have some very funny ads that we researched on YouTube. These are some of the funniest from around the world. Continued »

YouTube Tueday: It’s JerryTime

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Observations from an animated man… Meet Jerry, he’s animated and has one hard luck story after another. It’s based on the real life of a guy that owns an animation business and is named Jerry. Continued »

Bonneville Report: Volume I

Sunday, September 9th, 2007
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After 660 miles and 12 hours on the road from Metric Thunder, we finally arrived on the hallowed grounds of the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah on Labor Day, September 3rd.

The long journey was more than worth the speeding ticket I earned along the way! Continued »