70MPH MOTORCYCLE VS. DEER!! {Worst Night of Riding EVER!}

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Accelerating on to the freeway at winter vacation ride, a deer smacks into the front of motorcycle going 70 mph. To top everything off, Dankwheelie’s bike overheated and turned off down the highway, causing us to tow him for MILES! CHECK OUT MY NEW MERCH! https://teespring.com/freak-636-t-shi… SUPPORT THE CHANNEL! https://www.patreon.com/brian636 WATCH MORE-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meXko… A deer running out in front of your speeding motorcycle is about as bad as a riding night can get. Dankwheelie’s bike shutting off just put the cherry on top of a already crappy night. Lets hear some of you worst riding stories down in the comment! You should always wear protective riding gear when learning a new trick including, a DOT approved helmet, riding gloves, Kevlar jeans, motorcycle jacket, and ankle high rider’s shoes. Tires also should be at the proper PSI to ensure good traction to the ground. About Brian 636- Riding motorcycles, sport bikes, Harley Davidson or anything on two wheels is what I love to do. Explaining how to wheelie, stoppie, drift or how to do burnouts on your bike, is what I love to do! Riding wheelies, racing, stunt rides, drifting, motorcycle stunts, or street riding, evertime I ride any kind of bike, it makes me feel alive. Currently stunting on a 2004 636 Kawasaki Ninja street bike, a 2009 Harley Nightster 1200, and a Honda Grom! If you like cool motovlogs and a fun new taste on the sport bike scene, you have come to the right channel for all you motorcycle questions and how to videos! Being a motovlogger that pushes the limits on stunt riding and bikes is all part of the lifestyle! brian_636 has been on bikes all over the United States of America and has close ties with some of the best out there from Chicago United riders, Blox Starz, Dankwheelie, Streetfighterz, CBear, and many more riders from across the Streets of America! #deervsmotorcycle #636crash #Dankwheelie

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