Redbull wolverine helmet paint job


Just a quick post to show you this redbull wolverine awesome airbrush spray job of a full face helmet. The company http://www.pitshark.it have some amazing radio control shells also and cover alot of sports. Check there website out.. And enjoy pictures

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just a little note to say thank you for following my blog and for looking and sharing things hope to keep it more updated and with new and exciting things from all over the world all the best

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MOTORCYCLE VS. CAR DRIFT BATTLE 2


 

The sequel to the Icon original

The two are mounted on a pair of crackling Triumph Speed Triples – built by Roaring Toyz for the sole purpose of going sideways.

Over the last year their quest to find the ultimate drifting playground has led them to the rolling hills of High Plains County.

Low traffic, perfect asphalt and endless twisties have kept them busy resurfacing roads with their rear tires for weeks. The only problem is the local authorities have had enough.

Enter Police Officer Dan Brockett, the only man with the muscle to keep these two in sight. His 550 horsepower Ford Mustang Cobra was built for speed and he’s got a license to use it!


Shout out to Jon Falzon for the hookups. This video is amazing…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te0V71sGoxA

Nicky Hayden injured in training accident


Thursday, 29 December 2011

Nicky Hayden’s winter vacation was marred on Tuesday, December 27, when he broke his left scapula and fractured two ribs while training near his home in Owensboro, Kentucky.

Hayden was training at a private indoor flat track facility, riding a motorcycle for the first time since breaking his scaphoid at the Valencia Grand Prix on November 6. He underwent an X-ray and CAT scan on the same day he was injured, and he has since undergone an MRI. At the moment, there are no plans for surgery, but Hayden will have the scapula reassessed next week by Dr. Arthur Ting in Fremont, California, to see how his fracture is progressing. According to the healing process, the next few weeks will determine whether Hayden will take part in the first winter test session of 2012, which will begin on January 31 in Sepang, Malaysia.

“Obviously, injuries are never good,” Hayden said, “but it’s part of motorcycle racing. Just like at Valencia, it was kind of a freak accident. I was starting to train again, like I normally do during the winter, at a private track near my house. I came up behind another rider, and he went to move out of the way. I wasn’t going that fast, but he clipped my front wheel and I went down and landed pretty hard on my left shoulder, and that was it. It’s disappointing, but there’s nothing to do about it but heal quickly. Anyway, this doesn’t change my expectations for 2012 which, fortunately, is just around the corner.”

Press release courtesy of Ducati Team