For, The List, this week, the staff here at Racer X has compiled eleven of the best moto-related video skits we could think of. Most of them are classic sketches contained in moto-videos, a few are from the mainstream media, while the origin of a couple of them are a complete mystery to us. If we missed your favorite moto-skit, make sure to let us know in the comment section below. Enjoy!
1.) While most moto fans realize that Doug Henry achieved his success through hard work, practice and determination, very few of them know that he also employed Elvis as a riding coach for a short period: Click HERE to view.
2.) The film, Frezno Smooth, itself is one long skit, and is full of classic lines and scenes. Here are two:
Greatest Line Ever
3.) Anyone who has ever had troubles loading a bike into their vehicle will appreciate this one:
4.) For supercross fans, the highlight of the film, Four Christmases, takes place at roughly twenty seconds in this clip:
5.) Kids on the Couch. You’ve probably seen this one, and if you haven’t, shame on you, it’s a classic!
6.) Here’s a great example of motocross in the mainstream from Ricky Fowler and PUMA:
7.) Shed Guy:
8.) Supplied by none other than our own Virtual Trainer, we found this particular clip to be rather disturbing:
9.) Ghetto Man, what’s up?!
10.) Ever wondered what a helmetless Jeff Matiasevich would look like if he was riding a street bike equipped with faulty brakes while eating fries? It’s your lucky day: