Any of y’all moving soon? Don’t be the guy in today’s video. Please. We beg of you. Don’t do it. Just don’t. We’ve all been there at least once – we’re packing up to move our lives into a new house, a new city, or a new state. Of course our motorcycles go with us – they’re our babies. And we aren’t always lucky enough to be able to ride them to their new homes. Sometimes we have to load them up onto a truck and save them some mileage. And that’s perfectly okay – if you’re not the guy in the video below.
Loading his motorcycle the way he did was just a bad idea from the start. You know from the minute the video starts rolling that it’s going to be a failure of epic proportions. Why did they video it? Because they knew it was going to go downhill, and fast. No pun intended. The rider, who is apparently named Steve, attempts to sail up the truck’s ramp to load his motorcycle, and pulls the clutch at the absolute worst time he could do it – halfway up the ramp. We’re guessing that’s about the time he lost his confidence in the stunt.
You can hear the people in the video gasp, and start asking if Steve is ok. What?! Eff Steve, is the bike ok?? Did the bike survive? Not to mention, there was plenty of muscle standing nearby – why couldn’t all those people guide it up the ramp??? Did Steve really have to attempt this? The answer is yes. He did. So you can all view it for your entertainment, below. Tell us in the comments what you think about Steve’s (not so) little stunt.