44 thoughts on “WORST HAYABUSA DRAG BIKE FLIP! MOTORCYCLE DRAG RACING CRASH IN REAL STREET FINAL QUALIFYING

  1. I used to street race back in the 70s with 750 Hondas – bored out, stroker cranks, cams, etc. Never flipped but did go damn near vertical a few times. It'll raise your heart rate a bit!

  2. I had a new 1973 750 Kawasaki 2 stroke in my senior year of high school. I had owned it about one month and was out riding with some friends and went to go after a stop and the motor just bogged down and I let off the throttle and gave it a turn again when all hell happened and before I knew it the bike and I was off the ground doing a backward flip that broke my r arm some other stuff but my brother-in-law bought it and sent the three carberators Kawasaki and they replaced them saying they were defective and had stuck in the wide open position.

  3. πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
    🏁🏁🏁the amazig race🏎️🏎️🏎️
    0:42 πŸ’—πŸ”₯πŸ’œ
    πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ’™

  4. πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
    🏁🏁🏁simply fantastic🏎️🏎️🏎️
    1:12 πŸ”₯
    πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ”₯

  5. Somebody needs a wheelie bar!
    Had a 86 gsxr 1100 (1049) jetted running a yoshi that I street raced. I could never launch it hard because of this type of shit.
    I fucked up and accepted a 1/8 race with a 500 triple that was cutting groves in the street. He got in my head which made me launch harder than usual. Bike went completely vertical and nothing but sky. God decided to let me live that day and pushed me back down. Played catch-up but no way was I going to catch that guy before the 1/8. He was geared for the 1/8 with bar.
    This Ralphie guy has mastodon nuts to stay in it that hard.

  6. WOW!! Bless his heart!! Yes these guys aren't used to backing off especially before the 60' mark! Had he backed off in time he could have saved it but that would have been almost impossible at that point right out of the box. I used to ride those type bikes (way back in the early 90's on a laydown frame big block KZ engine w/a huge MT on the rear) and as soon as you let the clutch out you start punching the air shift button with your thumb! It all happens so quick it's all you can do to hang on and hit the button,it seems like it takes forever to drop the clutch as the engine goes from stutter box 7500 rpm to 10,000 rpm to that first button push. It's like it's in slow motion. Unless they have some sort of auto shift now with I think they do it was a trick to get it all done in a split second consistent manner. Jack thanks for your tireless work at CycleDrag. I've heard your voice before,where at? Maybe you sound like someone else,seems like it was M/C racing……I'm 64 been a two wheeled race fan a long time,seen both Yvon Duhamel and Eddie Lawson win on the high banks of Talladega and raced a lot myself back in the day,that how far back I go! Thanks again,Wayne Parducci

  7. Actually, the same thing happened in front of my house and I don't think people realize the balance between RPM to the rear wheel. Too much clutch this will happen unfortunately. This man is a professional rider and something went wrong very fast, so fast that I didn't have enough time to mentally, to understand what was happening! I thank my lord and savior " Jesus Christ " that he is ok.

  8. πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
    🏁🏁🏁you have to look all the way🏎️🏎️🏎️
    0:45 πŸ’–πŸ”₯🧑
    πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ’―

  9. Waaay too much power for his experience.
    just the way he fliipped it shows he has no experience whatsoever at that level.
    They should not have allowed hom ro race it.
    should have had him practice and get used to the bike.

  10. Man by the screen title bosa flip I thought the guy did something amazing like backflip and land it. Just glad that Hayabusa didn't land on him that's a lot of torque

Comments are closed.