Biker gets distracted looking at girls and bins it into parked car

A good lesson about keeping your eyes on the road

43w ago


One of the reasons I loved Johnny Bravo was the innumerable and unsuccessful yet radically funny attempts to woo any women who came into his vision. Even if he failed at it almost all the time, the efforts are what had me laughing like a drain.

And now, it appears this biker has pulled a Johnny Bravo, just without the long blonde hair and the showboating. Taking your eyes off the road has never been beneficial, even if you have your reasons. Although this biker had three of those reasons, huddled in a group, things still went south. Literally.


Providing a POV view via a go-pro equipped helmet, we can see the biker heading for the lights. All seems fine until his glance, which lasted a couple of seconds longer than it should have done, resulted in him bumping into the E46 BMW which had slowed down ahead.

If getting that group’s attention was his primary intention, he clearly got that, though perhaps not in the way he would have wanted. Johnny Bravo would have been proud.

I hope the biker learnt his lesson. And if he needs some help with his peripheral vision while on the road, perhaps he should try these.

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Comments (11)

  • At least he looked at the girls as soon as he picked himself up. Bikers usually look at the bike first.

    Top man.

      9 months ago
  • Would be lying if I would say that never happened to me;)

      10 months ago
    • Hahaha, next time, mount a go-pro

      And if you're looking to crash, search for a crossroad with Priuses :p

        9 months ago
    • Did stuff like that way before go pro’s where invented!;)

        9 months ago
  • It was satisfying to see the effects of instant karma work out, I wish it happened more often with two wheeled vehicles after they smashed a mirror though.

      10 months ago

      10 months ago


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