How to pick up a fallen motorcycle

We watch a great demonstration of how to upright a fallen motorcycle. Bonnie uprights a 900+ pound Harley Davidson.

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  1. ✅ Subscribe ✅& hit the 🔔 Notification Bell 🔔 if you're new to the channel, for more Tech Videos, Vlogs and Motorcycle related episodes coming in the next few days! Make sure to comment as well as we love hearing from you!

  2. Was doing a low speed tight turn into my driveway to get it in beside my truck and was caught off guard by some sand and gravel the road repair guys left behind First thing i did was look to see if anyone saw LOL… Second was remember this video. Bike is 800lb dry weight so was wondering what it was gonna be like if it ever happened to me. I had it back up in 20 seconds and barely any scratches on my highway bars and my saddle bag bars. Cheers and thanks for the video, glad i watched it a few months ago before i bought the bike LOL

  3. Just do what I did when I crashed my 1979 Yamaha RD400 Daytona Special in 1980 in upstate New York. Walk over to the exhaust pipe that got snapped off down the road and grab it with your bare hand. As Sam Kinnisen once said, "Ah! AH! AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!"

  4. I'm a new subscriber and I'm sho glad that I was directed to your channel. Yes, I've dropped my bike 3 times I first purchased it 2 yrs, TY to the WONDERFUL who picked it😄😉💃🏽. I haven't dropped it since but this is good know. 😄👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼🏍

  5. What about if your bike falls on the kick stand side????? Then you won't have your kick stand to rest of when you get the bike up… Guess you just dump it to the other side then lift it from that side so you have the kick stand to stop it. LOL

  6. Great vid! Actually, the tip about how to turn your front wheel to the right to raise the bike off the side stand was completely new to me, and I've been riding a long time, so, many thanks for your help! 🙂

  7. Excellent and credible. If however you are on a wet slippery road, because that's when these bikes usually fall, at junctions and car parks and you don't have your slip free rubber backed mat, then how? just asking?

  8. What is this retard doing facing away from her audience and trying to turn around to talk towards them on top of that instead of someone holdings mic she shouting in a whinny voice cant heat a fkn thing.

  9. I'm always amazed when I see smart ones who proudly show how to pick up a fallen mega heavy custom with so much ease…. Let's get this straight: customs are heavy yes but they have a very low centre of gravity. Add to this rear big and wide luggage, crash bars, large flat foot pegs and the bike will never be flat on its side. If you look in the video, the bike is already in a 45 degrees angle, if not more. So you already have the advantage to take a perfect position to lean it back. I would be curious to see this woman trying to lean a Yamaha Super Tenere on its side flat and merely no angles….. have fun….

  10. Step One: Make sure your bike has huge crash bars front and rear. This doesn't let the bike sit completely flat on the ground, i.e. it's already in a pre-upright position for these demo-videos.

  11. Awesome stuff.  Riding quite a few years, and it's never to late to learn something new!! Thanks for taking the time to share you experience and know how with the rest of us who love to ride!! Can't figure out all those Thumbs Downs though! Can't please everybody I guess. Thumbs Up and a Sub!!!

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