If you ain't cut out for it, don't try it: Twenty Crackers in Their Crazy Craps
If you ain't cut out for it, don't try it: Twenty Crackers in Their Crazy Craps
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When you try many different motorcycles, as luckily happens to me, you have no choice but to reset your brain from which you are going to pick up the next test or novelty and try to go with a blank mind. Nothing of previous prejudices, nor to know figures of power, weight, torque or wheelbase that could make you less objective. I try to get on them like I haven't ridden any other before and so the conclusions that I can draw for you are as reliable as possible.

But what I do know in advance are the real possibilities of the bike: neither am I going to put a sports car on a cross circuit, nor will I try to lower times with a trail circuit nor of course I will take the most twisted road with a custom or I will take it like a supermotard. To Caesar what is Caesar's.

The characters in the video should have thought precisely about the latter and not about the Caesar salad when some try to make the most difficult still on the back of several custom, almost always with catastrophic and very funny results. Take a look at the video that you will surely have a laugh as they say.

And if you are going to load a motorcycle on a trailer, truck or similar, ask for help to someone but not so that they remain as spectators but so that they really give you a hand when necessary and no longer to lift the motorcycle off the ground that you will have a bobbin face …

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