Captain Obvious ... because obviously itís obvious.
Join Date: Jul 2009
Motorcycle: 2006 GSXR "250"
Re: Moto vlogger crash
From what I see, he generally rides like a complete jackass, he ditched the R3 before he learned anything, and has the audacity to tell people that they shouldn't bother with a 250/300 when he himself has what is equivalent to zero experience. Also, he already paid the price once for his complete and utter lack of skill that relies on the capabilities of the bike to compensate (kind of like most people that start on a 600 and think they know how to ride because the bikes have such amazing capabilities). And now his being "Street Rossi" bit him a lot harder than it did the first time, after he didn't learn his lesson. Even after his first crash, he really didn't seem to learn anything and he just blamed magical stuff on the ground.
Really, I find that the only genuine thing about him is his claim that he is a "noob." It sucks that he got hurt, but he really needs to reevaluate his situation and should probably start riding that 300 that he thinks people don't need.
2006 GSXR "250" with an Akrapovic full exhaust and a flashed ECM. 162whp, 77ft-lb. Slow-lane certified
2000 Honda VTR 1000. Practically a 250.