If I could ride like Nick and Ernie, maybe I would now and then when the cameras are rolling. But MO officially advises you that 80% of what’s going on here should probably be reserved for, if not a closed course, at least an unpopulated area where there isn’t oncoming traffic and lots of bystanders. Anyway, no stunt riders or street dancers were harmed in the making of this vid, as far as you know, so who are we to cast the first tire carcass?
August 1, 2018. ATLANTA GA. – Triumph Motorcycles sponsored athletes and professional
stunt performers Nick Brocha and Ernie Vigil release their latest display of outrageous riding
skills and choreographed stunts with “City is my Playground – Aruba.”
Riding their modified Triumph Street Triple 765 RS the popular stunt performers visit the
Caribbean Island of Aruba to raise some pulses among the local residents.
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