Cops want him arrested…

Impressive.

It’s not just the video showing South African skateboarder Decio Lourenco speeding downhill in and out of traffic on a busy road that has him in hot water with authorities. He apparently set off a speed camera in a 60 kilometers per hour zone (about 37 miles per hour) going 110 km/h (68 mph).

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4 Responses to Cops want him arrested…

  1. Jim22 says:

    Interesting braking system. That was my real concern – how does he avoid rear-ending a car that;s going the speed limit. Now I know.

    Not for me.

    The music is the most overused Youtube music I have heard.

  2. Rockheim says:

    Sail – AWOLNation.. It is a great song. It’s cadence lends itself perfectly to such things.. From montages of commercial airline pilots in flight, to Jeb Corliss wingsuiting around, Car and motorcycle runs through the countryside.. It is getting a bit long in the tooth though.. Which is a shame. I love it.

    • Z says:

      I’m with you rock – I love that song for some reason.

      That grinding the crack video of corliss is one of the most incredible things I’ve seen in a while.

  3. messup says:

    This is “Lane Splitting” by a 150cc japanese motorcycle (short handle bars) in Brazil’s most populated city, Sao Paulo, going to work from an outlying suburb to a locale just on the city’s outskirts.
    It’s in Portuguese, the rider is “Terrorist Mike” narrating and video taping his efforts and problems of getting to work everyday. Put on your helmets, keep your legs really tight to the bike’s frame and enjoy the thrill.
    Trouble is, “Lane Splitting” is an allowed practice throughout all of Brazil. Motorcyclist “couriers” are its worst offenders, have the highest death rates, and are most often permanently maimed for life…and have no health insurance.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wwWcAcaW2g Enjoy!!!!!
    Is “lane Splitting” good for the USA? You decide!!!

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