If you ride a Cruiser motorcycle you probably do somethings that are unsafe by accident.Yes sportbike riders do dumb dangerous things but we are aware they are dangerous.I see a lot of guys on cruisers thinking they are practicing safe riding when they actually are not.

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Oh wow your stupid . Other people can do what they want.Just like you do not want to act right. How many steering wheels you want? Cycle organ doner. Sorry man tough love. Do the right thing ,even if it is hard.

Death Discarded says:

mOTORCYCLES: if yer not passin yer crashin..

Jason Donovan says:

Side by side is definitely insane.  They are being “cool” not safe.

Harold Hanson says:

I watched the vidieo and in my opinion the person riding and filming is unsafe passing between a bike and a semi and passing on the right. This person would make me really nervous if I encountered him while riding.

jon mark says:

the people you are talking about know that doing these things aren’t safe. they don’t give a fluff

PeterDad60 says:

You are an outspoken ignorant ass!

redskinStu says:

Staying out of the fast lane is good bike advice, and good car advice too. Signs all over the place say “Slower traffic keep right.”

Shawana Washington says:

Loud pipes save lives !!!


You right ,be safe .

Delaware Devil says:

I can see by the replies that this is a forum for adolescents and teenagers. No point in trying to educate those that think they know it all. It’s a lost cause.

Nick G says:

Shut up you stupid punk! I see more guys like you with your riding style on stretchers than real bikers. You are an embarrassment to real bikers.

BrewCityRider says:

Only Harley riders I see in the left lane are hauling ass. And I never see anyone riding side-by-side. That’s a 1%’er club thing. One stupid thing I do see on occasion is someone passing another bike in the same lane. I think we can all agree that is a bad thing to do.

D PIW says:

“The big mistake motorcycle cruiser riders make”

Um… buying a Harley?

Lou Sypher says:

Interesting video to say the least,but are you certified in actually giving advanced classes? I doubt it and if you are, your certification and if so someone should think about revoking it.

Atlas Mason says:

The going slow thing i’ll totally agree with. If you trust who you are riding with side by side is safer IMO you ride as a team and can cut traffic while blocking for each other. It’s rude on a car but motorcycle accelerate quickly so you can get out of the way quickly. If something is in the road on your side of the lane you simple get off the throttle and get behind it’s not hard. Large groups hardly ever get it right sport bike cruiser or otherwise.

Martin Prickett says:

Try holding on to your handle bars ( instead of talking with your hands) while you lecture others on safety. LMAO

Nick G says:

Really, punk? You are just a reckless ass. You would not last ten minutes with the guys I ride with. My years of off road riding has tough me allot. Take a cold shower kid, your hormones are restless and you will love longer.

Ivan Kaduku says:

Never understood why the hell packs of riders go slow in the fast lane. It’s more dangerous than doing it with a car. Also, the “parade” riders doing 70…that”s a pile of pain waiting to happen. And those of you who blame Harleys as being the ones that always do it…boohoo…too bad for you…ignorant fucks.

Rubber side down, stay safe!

Warrior Wombat says:

The gangs do this to intimidate, others do this to emulate. I thought that their was no lane definition in the good old U S of A?

mzuvin says:

And not one wearing a helmet

hairlift47 says:

If they cruise in the right lane,,, then cars have trouble getting on the freeway, and then accidents. If they cruise in the middle lane,,, then cars have trouble getting to the fast lane. If they cruise in the fast lane, then they don’t cause the above mentioned problems, and then the 2nd lane is the new fast lane. What you did was perfectly fine. But if they were in one of the slower lanes, it might have made it harder for you to get on the freeway. I am also not a proponent that cruisers should be in long lines anyways. I do like the smaller groups than the larger groups. sincerely a cruiser

Candy Kelly says:

Seems to me the person making this video is driving faster than most every body else so it just goes to show that there are a lot of bad drivers out there no matter what they’re riding, including cagers.

CB Keith says:

your preaching also makes you sound narrow minded and childish

Andrea Macari says:

why don’t you talk about the speed sport Jap bike jerk offs who ride in packs and ride on just the back wheel with even a rider in the back… oh that’s safe right? and do 25 30 even 50 mph in dead stop traffic white lining zipping in between cars… oh that’s safe too right don’t get me wrong there are some Harley riders who white line, yeah we all do but i can say i’v seen them at least do it slow or go a few lanes just to get by most Jap bike riders risk there life more than Harley cruisers and i ride a cruiser there are alot of riders out there Jap and Harley riders who ride unsafe. but if you look at most crashes and deaths on bikes its Jap bikes all they can do is pin it and do over 100 you will never see a jap bike just cruise under 65 70 mph

Scottscartoons scott Shriver says:

Lot of hostile comments here. Not everyone is addicted to speed. I guess they are called cruisers for a reason. When I’m crusin’ I don’t take the freeway. i take winding paved roads /secondary roads. If a car gets up on me, I swing right a bit and let ’em go by me. I don’t try to own the road. I’m just enjoying the ride.

Edward Johnson says:

I speed most of the time.. but I make sure I don’t help create a rolling road block. If I’m slow cruising I make it easy to be passed. EYE Make Sure is KEY. I got four speakers, rocking to the 60’sthru early 90’s.. loud as hell, but when I’m still I turn it down.EYE Make Sure. The youngsters don’t wanna hear music , they wanna hear a person talk fast and rhyme everything… it’s aggressive elevator music to me… but that’s what they like. Just like when I was young, I didn’t like anything but loud rock music. A lot of these videos are displaying bad attitudes. Whining cuz a big bike drives slow with a passenger is incompetence. If your going 70 mph with a passenger.. stopping quick is hard, on a small bike by yourself it’s easy to stop or maneuver around.. I can drive a 250 dirt bike quick and maneuver quick, but on my 1500 I hit the brakes hard I slide off the road. We need responsible riders… not idiots with power, we got that now in the WH. It dose one or two people some good, everyone else gets the trouble end of this action that’s just not for the masses.

Pat Kittle says:

Most of these kinds of videos would be better if they got to the point in 1/5 the time.

Brucifer Guf says:

Good points. Many drivers on the roads have either forgotten, or do not know, that the left lane on U.S. highways is for passing – not for cruising. Cops are giving out more tickets these days for ‘squatting’ in the passing or express lanes and holding up the flow of traffic.

Mike Fu says:

Ride like you’re in a convoy, rolling down the streets of Afghanistan, NEVER sit anywhere longer than you need to….stick with a solid Pace and Keep moving!!! Every second you sit in traffic or behind slow vehicles, the HIGHER your chance for a Crash goes!!! When I ride, I pick a solid pace, and keep going until I get stuck behind someone, then when I get a clearing, I PASS them, and keep moving at my pace….I’m not hanging around to see what happens.

Jim Armbrester says:

This is true. I once followed two Harley guys down a very narrow and curvy road, riding side by side the entire time on baggers. It seemed the either didn’t know the road, or were drunk. There was barely room for both bikes, and they almost crashed into oncoming traffic, each other, or into a ditch multiple times down that 20 mile stretch, even though they were going insanely slow… people in general need to start following the old rule to stay right except to pass. My experience is that a big part of our traffic problems today are the couple of assholes who ride along in the center and left lane going slow, with open road ahead of them, and a mile of cars stuck behind them, essentially creating a roadblock…. and they do it for miles and miles sometimes.. I wish cops would enforce the impeding the flow of traffic laws more often, and that drivers ED teachers would beat this into students’ heads.. braindead masses

Yaotl Cacalotl says:

Good example of why motovlogging is going downhill fast and why everyone having a voice isn’t always a good thing. You got stupid generalizations galore and a brain dead dumbfuck fanbase that says “em’hum yep that sure is right”. I used to enjoy watching motovlogs but nowadays people that lack creativity come up with garbage ass material.

Jim Nastics says:

which state has different speed limits for each lane? it’s one limit for all lanes. and the left lane is not a travel lane.

CB Keith says:

YOU are the problem.  Most of us were riding before your parents were born. You and your preachy attitude are the problem. Riding fast is the most dangerous thing you could do on a motorcycle. you give us all less time to react to your style of coolness. Grow up and pray you don’t make a mistake. but, I’m sure it wouldn’t be your fault….WTF?

Sling Shot says:

you’re bout as unsafe as can be nightrider.

Delaware Devil says:

Right lane or left lane, the speed limit is still the same. Those that exceed the speed limit are more likely to crash, and very likely to pay more tickets and lose their licenses. Looked like the “cruiser” riders were observing the laws, nothing wrong with that. Speeding and splitting lanes are just plain old dumb. Remember it’s not only your life that you’re affecting.

Philip Trotman says:

OK, I get the far left lane, its for passing only. Not sure about the right lane though.

mensa517 says:

Maybe they’re doing the speed limit and not driving wild like you. stick to what you know which is sport bikes. ..

Leo Renner says:

Knight rider i want to first off say good video and i love hearing info from a experienced rider on the do”s and dont”s. You give a great expination in this video on safety HOWEVER i seen a video where it appears you are in the hood with idiots on 4wheelers in the street doing stunts, dirt bike riders all over the place and other types of rec toys acting fools.
Im a little confused as when safety is good but being in a group of non law abiding citizens is ok???

Just curious….no right or wrong answer

Doug H. in VA says:

do they make the mistake of muddy and muffled sound as they try to make a video while riding a motorcycle in traffic ? that is a stupid mistake and one instant of not paying attention can get a motorcycle rider in a wreck.

leonard bullhock says:

Your dislikes are catching up with your likes. Cool video.

Diego Curt says:

I ride a Harley Street Glide. I agree with this video. However, I ride a cruiser because I like too. Not interested in going fast. I just like the wind and, well, cruising. Just like I would rather longboard than shortboard. On another note, depending on the bikers, usually, not always, MC’s ride in a tight pack. Usually side by side. They do this because they want to prevent stupid drivers from weaving in between them splitting up the group. As far as side by side vs. staggered, that is up to them. As a group, they don’t care if they are in the “fast lane” or “slow lane”. By the way, there is no such thing as a “fast lane” or a “slow lane”. The speed limit applies to all lanes. However, there is a sense of etiquette that should be considered. Riding too slow in any lane is dangerous and cruisers shouldn’t do that. What you should have also covered is AGGRESSIVE riding. Mostly seen by those who ride crouch rockets and want to weave in and out of traffic or do wheelies while riding at freeway speeds. If you think cruiser riders piss people off, there is an abundant amount of data that shows crouch rocket riders piss more people off and are the main culprits that give all motorcyclists a bad name.

InsaneDynamics says:

If you’re not wearing a helmet or goggles, then of course your not going to go fast because you can’t keep your fucking eyes open.

Mark OnTheBlueRidge says:

The biggest mistake is riding one of those fat sleds in the first place.

Patrick Joseph says:

Always try to track where car tires are, not in the middle of the lane.

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