there Vladkbr1000rr A Russian YouTuber working under the pseudonym, he tried to get his fifteen minutes of fame with a crazy production, and he was not without success.
The young man and his girlfriend jumped on his superbike and in a few seconds reached a speed of 300 km/h. The video clearly shows them speeding on public roads and highways, avoiding vehicles, not wearing crash helmets and elbow and knee pads, and risking their lives while wearing shirts.
Due to the terrible speed and headwinds, the faces of the boy and his girlfriend were horribly distorted, as if they were made of rubber or plasticine. Their only protective gear, swimming goggles, are slipping off her eyes from the insane speed. When they finish their frantic race, the girl gets off the motorcycle with trembling legs, while the boy shouts triumphantly:
We did it!
Stupidity seems to be contagious and rampant, not only in Russia, but also in the United States. With the difference that they are more careful about following the rules. It's not crazy people anymore, it's the police.
Vladkbr1000rr His American arrogance Jexir brah a “Stage name“. Well, the young man decided to ride his super-fast Suzuki GSX-R1000 motorcycle from Colorado Springs to Denver. It's not a big deal, because it is Driving at full speed on I-25 N, this 110 km distance can easily be completed in just 1 hour and 2 minutes.
However, the Gixxer brah arrived in Denver within twenty minutes, meaning he had to shred at least 300, just like his Russian teammate. Meanwhile, he was constantly risking his life, as well as the lives of other passengers traveling on the highway, as he was able to avoid a head-on collision several times.
Finally, although he arrived happily in Denver, he was overcome by fate. When the video of the crazy race was posted online, police noticed the recording – which had been downloaded half a million times within a few days – and verified the identity of the violator.
Gixxer brah has been arrested, and is likely to face not only hefty fines, but even prison time for public endangerment.