People are all about the trendy shit these days, the Follow Fridays on twitter, Snoop Dogg’s Puff Puff Pass Tuesdays, and of course, the Throwback Thursdays. It’s Thursday and we’re throwing it back to a day in July that was way too hot to ride for anyone less boss-like than Justin Barcia and Eli Tomac. Notice in this video there is nobody else riding. Was it too hot for anyone else, or is it a private track where you gotta know people who know people who know people to ride there? Whether it’s one of those reasons or both, they are bosses. This is a statement that can’t be argued at this time, seeing how they just swept the SX Lites titles with time to kill. Never mind the fact that the season isn’t even over, they’re already crowned champs and looking to the outdoors, just as we’re doing. So go on, drive in reverse with your rear view and see what’s ahead of us with this throwback. – @DannyStu_164
Jimmy D video! Jimmy D video! That is pretty much the alert for Moto Limelight getting a shitload of views in the next few days. How many riders just get obedient clicks from the masses just because their name is in the title of a video? It cannot be more than ten, and I think even that is stretching it. Regardless, this is some of the best throwaway footage that you will ever see. Actually, some of these shots made the final cut of their respective videos, but who’s counting? It has finally been announced that Jimmy is on GEICO next year so I get to talk about how he is going to be ripping holeshots in his ever-so-stylish GEICO branded flat color gear that will have even the Victoria’s Secret angels jealous that they could not be strutting that shit down the runway. Watch out for him.
Walk it off, little man, walk it off. You can always count on Mini O’s being a hot bed for good crashes. It is one of the biggest nationals of the year, but you do not have to qualify for it. It is also in Florida which makes it much more accessible for all the random heroes on the East coast to show their hot steeze on the landings of jumps.
I am willing to bet that the kid who landed on him got hurt even worse. Happened to me once. Landed right on this motherfucker’s head, definitely thought I killed him. Then he is fine to race the rest of the day and I had a dead leg so bad I was walking like a fucking stroke victim.
I like to think that when God or science or whoever created arenacross, the next thing he did was create C-class arenacross. Just a bunch of BROs who have never done a race in their life deciding to give it a go on easily the most treacherous course they will ever have access to. Like, no way am I doing a race on a mellow track with 30 foot table tops, because then I will look like a fag. But if I am in the stadium, then I can tell people that I did a race indoors, like on TV. Yeah, seems the much more logical choice.
Only in this perfect conception of crowd entertainment would you see three guys eat shit on the same jump on the same lap, each in unrelated incidents. And I mean eat SHIT. And do not even tell me that they say the yellow flag and got scared because that flagger is about four feet tall; not a chance they saw him. Read more »
(This review is on the full movie, not the teaser)
Big day – this is the first time I have let anyone else write for BRO. Moto Limelight and BROtocross bring you the BROfficial review of the highly anticipated Moto 3: The Movie. I will let DS164 take the lead: Two motos is normally enough. You save that third one for the big events, so I was expecting big things here. The trailer was gold and I was ready to dig. I’d been waiting for it to drop and was pumped once it finally did. But like Steve Carell did when he was a 40 year old virgin, I put it on a pedestal. With nearly unmatchable hype, I wasn’t too into what I got. Read on for the full review. Read more »
Is it me or are we getting real KTM happy lately? I shit on their bikes all the time, but they come back for more. To be honest, I really do not have much against them other than they are dumb for thinking a 350 would hold up in the pro ranks. Anyway, this video is decently put together, and Kurt Caselli is a friend of BRO even though BRO has no friends. He has been my source for info at KTM, if you know what I mean. So I figure he earned himself a blog post. Kurt also rips the MX tracks too, as I personally saw at Monster Mountain in Alabama a few years back. Read more »
Well, got to give credit where it is due. To be honest, my opinion of Walters had been slipping as of late, but this is a pretty great play to make before the cards fall. Just fundamental good shit for days. Videographers need to understand what makes a video good; 90% of the time, all you have to ask yourself is “Does this make people want to ride?” If yes, then good. If no, then kill yourself and that dubsteppy piece of garbage you just created. It seems so obvious but so many dumb ass kids get caught up in which iMovie effects they can use; star wipes weren’t even cool in the 80s, BRO.
Anyhoo this is a good vid, well done by the Vurb Moto team. Now girls have some idea of what it is like to have Dean spit in their face, because they know they want it. Nice Jim D shoutout too, Wilson.