PICTURES and Videos of Devastating Motorcycle Wrecks Terrifying Motorcycle Crashes
These pictures and videos of motorcycle wrecks may change the way you ride your bike and hopefully educate the public to be more watchful of bikers on the highway. You can generally tell a biker that has had his share of motorcycle crashes; he's the one with the DOT helmet, sturdy leather motorcycle boots. Anyone who has had a good case of road rash looks for as much safety gear that he can put between himself and the asphalt without destroying the riding experience. This guy knows that it's no fun to bounce across the concrete and wants all the safety gear he can get!
Even a minor crash is no fun and it’s hard to escape without being injured if you are unlucky enough to be involved in one as you will see from videos of crashes and pictures on this page. People with cameras have captured terrifying motorcycle wrecks as well as some devastating crashes while cruising down the highway that we will share with you.
The difference in your average motorcycle crash versus car wrecks would be that in the most devastating car crashes the driver generally stays put unless he was stupid and wasn't wearing a safety belt in which case he might go flying out the windshield or through the door. In videos of motorcycle crashes the rider and his vehicle nearly always part ways. You will never doubt that you need good motorcycle insurance ever again when you see these pictures.
MOTORCYCLE ICE RACING WRECK Not rated yet
The title of this motorcycle ice racing wreck video says the movie is of a crash and flip where the rider almost dies. Horrible pictures of a guy bleeding …
Leg Injuries from a Motorcycle Accident Not rated yet The pictures that you see are leg injuries from a motorcycle accident that I had recently. I sustained the leg injury after a woman who was driving on …
Motorcycle Accident Injuries Not rated yet This a picture of my recent motorcycle accident injuries. I was (definitely) cruising down the road in the rain on my motorcycle wearing little little …
Most of my nearest and dearest friends and family members enjoy riding motorcycles, going to their favorite motorcycle rally and participating in the occasional burnouts and other bike games so pardon me if I don't think there's anything funny about motorcycle wrecks and motorcycle crash videos illustrate that very well. I find it sad and pretty amazing that there are people who are constantly searching for what they perceive to be awesome, funny or even fatal videos of motorcycle catastrophes.
It is now easier than ever to record an accident as soon as it happens or even during the event! Where once it was rare to be in the "right place at the right time" and have a camcorder powered on, focused and ready to shoot in the middle of heavy traffic to catch film footage of some of the world's worst motorcycle crashes that happen in a split second; today it's commonplace as evidenced by the number of gory pictures and videos of wrecks posted online. There are more movies of horrifying motorcycle mishaps than ever with the advancements in technology.
Why are people so obsessed with fatalities, injuries, blood, guts and gore that they spend their spare time recording it? Are they getting their jollies by watching these motorcycle accident video clips at the expense of the misery or even deaths of other human beings or are they just recording "news as it happens?
I hope that publicizing gory motorcycle wrecks and crashes might educate riders and the general public as to how to avoid stupid mistakes. If videos of motorcycle crashes help to save one life I suppose they are not an extreme waste of time or tape. While I question whether the people who actually chase after painful motorcycle crash ups are insane or not the educational factor would be some justification for their crazy and sick motorcycle crash movies. If I am being unfair to the producers of videos of motorcycle wrecks then I welcome their comments and am willing to be open minded. Until that time I choose to look at motorcycle crash videos as educational tools and one more weapon in our arsenal of rider safety tools.
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