170 Mph

The 170 mph

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How it is to ride 170 MPH on the back of a racing bike and not dying.

Recently, my nice colleagues voluntarily offered me to drive on the back of a race motorbike, as used in MotoAmerica on Austin's Circuit of The Americas. It feels like we've known each other for a long while on this blogs, my friend, and I have to be frank with you: Most of you don't know, so at the age of 3 I have broken my arms on a bicycle with supporting caster.

Of course, the first thing they let me do was signing a declaration of decease and then putting on a race uniform that I would be wearing for an entire session before getting on the bicycle. It was a Suzuki GSX-R1000 that was used in earlier MotoAmerica season - a 1000cc engine with 205 hp that moved only 400 lbs in total power.

I was piloted by Chris Ulrich, a pro driver since 1999, who did this whole two-seater thing almost 1,000 consecutive time without any incidents. Indeed, there are more courageous drivers than me. In comparison to about 196 mph during the race, Ulrich can drive up to 170 mph with someone on his back.

I' m not sure how quickly we walked because I was too preoccupied with thinking about my decisions in my lives and trying to make peaceful with all my loose ends on earth - I didn't want to come back and pursue you all - but I know that every times we took a turn my ass fell off the chair.

I can' t overhear it in the audios because it's all bicycle noises, but I spend most of the trip saying, "No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, oh, no," every single turn we brake into a nook. Hopefully Ulrich didn't listen. Ortisei says that he spared me in the first half of the first round, which is the round contained in the above mentioned film.

Sitting on the back of a motorcycle with a racing driver on the Circuit of The Americas for two rounds, riding about 170 mph, and your ass keeps getting off the seat. But I am here, lively and good to be blogging on another date, because Ulrich is pretty good at what he does.

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