There are millions of motorcycles riding around the United States, many of which are found in Texas. Because of their small size & high horsepower, it pays to be extra careful when driving on the same roads as them. Especially when one drives UNDER your vehicle, which was captured on a breathtaking video a while back in El Paso, Texas.

Who uploaded the video of an El Paso motorcyclist riding under a semi-truck?

Back in February of 2019, a 22-second video was uploaded onto YouTube showing 3 motorcycle ridings driving on I-10, while passing underneath US-54. We know it's El Paso because one of the highway signs says "Copia" (and the person who runs the channel has posted more videos of him riding in El Paso).

One of his buddies drives underneath a semi truck & trailer and needless to's a pretty crazy watch!

Thankfully nothing bad happened & it didn't end up like that one scene in 2 Fast 2 Furious (if you've seen the movie, you know which one I'm talking about...).

Now while it's impressive that the rider was able to get completely underneath the semi, you don't need me to remind you of how dangerous that is. We've seen many times on the news on what could happen if a bike runs into a car or truck. The results are never good...

I'm not saying you shouldn't show off the power of your bike, just do it at a place (like a race track) where it's safe to do so. Hey if local news crews can race their vans at the local drag strip, you can definitely race your bike there.

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