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This motorcycle rider isn’t afraid of much, or at least that’s how it seems given his devil-may-care riding style up Mulholland Drive, outside Los Angeles.Â
The crazy guy repeatedly tips his sidecar-equipped motorcycle onto two wheels in a circus-esque balancing act that could easily end in serious injury. We see the daredevil taking his ride around corners and along straight stretches of road, casually popping the sidecar into the air as if it was common practice.
You can watch the video below, just don’t try this yourself.
The video (below the jump) is the stunt that was most voted on by fans of the Mercedes-Benz Facebook page. So if it’s not extreme enough, you have a lot of people to blame.
How about aÂ C111 rotary gullwing jumping the St. Lawrence? Why not a bunch of E-Class convertibles and GLKs in a symphonic destructo-thon? Alas, those harebrained ideas detract from the impressiveness of this stunt already, where a C63 AMG coupe drifts figure-eights around a pair of C63 AMG sedans. It’s no Saab Suite, but it’s still pretty damn cool.
Dunlop Tires released a new video that can only be described as automotive ballet, as a way to promote their new tire line. The video features three identical green Citroens doing all manner of handbrake turns and driving in reverse for the entirety of the clip.
The premise of the short is that the parking lot where the three cars are situated is set to close in exactly one minute, and the cars must get out within the allotted time – going backwards. While it definitely falls under the “Professional Driver, Closed Course: Do Not Attempt” category, it’s a worth a view, if only to see how good these guys are at driving.