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Most Dangerous Motorcycle Gear

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Alright folks, listen up. There’s a new sheriff in town and he’s out to catch the most dangerous motorcycle gear roaming free in Moto City. Knowingly or unknowingly, these motorcycle accessories can put your limbs (or worse, life) on the line. Gear breakdown: Scott Race Day Hip-Belt Bag - https://frt9.co/9yf44q Ogio 450 Tool Pack - https://frt9.co/4mxswl Givi GRT704 Gravel-T Waterproof Waist Bag - https://frt9.co/ol2hyj Bikers Choice Gas Cap - https://frt9.co/h4buoo Vortex V3 Gas Cap - https://frt9.co/la8p77 Kuryakyn Mini Dagger Pegs - https://frt9.co/xcr3gr Avon Grips Memory Foam Grips - https://frt9.co/68g3qv LA Choppers Axle Caps - https://frt9.co/19bdob Factory Effex Spike Windscreen Screw - https://frt9.co/w8u5r5 Icon Raiden DKR Gloves - https://frt9.co/phr4pv Gear up for your next adventure at fortnine.ca: https://frt9.co/98au9e Connect with us: http://facebook.com/fortnine http://instagram.com/fortnine http://twitter.com/fortninecanada Cinematographer & Editor : Aneesh Shivanekar Music: This Time Coming Soon - Brick Fields
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The Horse to Water (4 hours ago)
Your spleen you mean. Your liver is on your right.
Rui Suimitsusa (1 day ago)
Damn just re-watched this and noticed that ryan's liver is located at his lower left abdomen.. 😳
BrakelateVideos (1 day ago)
Another amazing vid for character, quality and real content. However perhaps not deadly, ALWAYS remember to remove your brand new Front Disc Lock , particularly when starting the use of one after the purchase of your 'Dream Bike' upgrade. Pulling an high angle, low speed 'stoppie' while smashing the 'Family Jewels' and then dropping or nearly falling over in front of all your pals who came out to take a look at your sweeeet new ride after work with a complete dumbfounded look on your face is NOT cool. Use it ALWAYS to develop that pre-launch ritual and muscle memory, or NEVER use one at all. The slightest change in habits developed after years of riding is very difficult to do, no matter how useful, well intended or great idea it sounded like when you bought it.
Chris Jeffries (1 day ago)
@FortNine Great insights - thank you! I'd like to know if your thoughts on AX Suede change knowing that it's a full synthetic instead of actual animal product? The product site for the material brand is here: https://www.axmaterials.com
MURR DOG (2 days ago)
Did he take his flintstone victims, this morming?
Steve Wyatt (2 days ago)
really dude?
Joshua Tyte (2 days ago)
How did half helmets not get a mention? It's hard to come up with a good comparison for it- because its literally choosing to wear half of the most important piece of equipment
TRADIO PODCAST (3 days ago)
your liver is on the right side. great video though
Nathan Cheung (3 days ago)
im not a rider, im not even that into motorcycles, what am i doing here?
Alan Mac (3 days ago)
Nice video but, if you do call it a 'fanny pack', then you do deserve an allen key in your liver.
EYE (3 days ago)
I don’t have a bike but I watched it
Sam Lucky (4 days ago)
One of my favorite videos ever!!!
cyberjack-CJ (5 days ago)
Fanny in UK means a woman's Vagina ..... so "fanny pack" ... funny as hell
Route NRide (5 days ago)
most dangerous gear is 6th gear.
phuck ewe (5 days ago)
It's a bum bag u fanny
aamry (5 days ago)
It's March 2019, and fanny packs are coming back into fashion. Now I have to ride unsafely, for fashions sake.
paulbutler75 (5 days ago)
Tools should be on the bike not your body
Ralph Waters (7 days ago)
I removed the footpeg ticklers from my FZ-07 because it caught the laces on my boots once. That was once too often.
Cory Miller (7 days ago)
I just wrecked my bike 2 weeks ago with a Kline tool bag packed full of tools on my back. The bag saved my life. Along with my helmet.
Jason (7 days ago)
Keep your phone on you, everything else on the bike. If your bike slides down the road you can't call help.
RAVINDER KHARB (8 days ago)
Human mind is most dangerous part in body don't use this.
j morrison (8 days ago)
You pointed at the wrong side for your liver.
Edmund Konkolich (9 days ago)
My 0.02: 1) No bum bag (yea, I prefer the Brit's moniker for it). Put yer 'stuff' ON your scoot, as low down as possible (like everything else). 2) Leave OEM parts be. . . unless it is damaged or lost, then you can upgrade if possible. 3) Yea, run the hose somehow to NOT hook ANYTHING. . . seems like a no-brainer. 4)Pointy mods? Never 'got' them, not my bag. 5) Pay the 'good $$$' for quality leathergoods. Duh. 6) Yep, engage brain before turning the key.
Carport Chronicles (9 days ago)
The hydration hook is probably the most important take away for me. Thanks for some great information. Oh, just wondering, is it ok for me to ride with a screwdriver in my pants pocket during on-road tuning sessions?
JP Prieto (10 days ago)
Great video, thanks for taking the time to give riders a heads up.
Ivo Arbalist (10 days ago)
As obvious as the danger that comes with spike like mods are, I've had spike grips on my bike for years. Loved them for the looks, the spike and the integrated turn signal in the spike end of the grip. However, one night on my way home I hit a deer that jumped out in front of me, not even giving me time to hit the brakes...as my chest bounced off the tank, the bars torqued with the bike going down on its side, and there it was...the spike tearing into my forearm. At the time I didnt realize it, because I was more amazed with the luck of my open face landing into my gloved hand as I hit the pavement, but upon arriving home and checking the damage done...I realized I had a sleeve full of blood and a torn wound to match. Thumbs up on the vid. Good points. :^)
Sherman A (11 days ago)
Great video. There is no need to carry a tool kit on oneself as it can be safely tucked under the seat of the bike (or strapped to the bike). But if you got that many tools, you are either a mobile mechanic or your bike is breaking down every 10 seconds.
mad ass (11 days ago)
Full faced helmets have snapped many necks , open face you'll smash your jaw but rarely your neck.
John Walsh (11 days ago)
So... this is just a huge advert
Raymond Strait (11 days ago)
That is not where your liver is. 0:50
spike001ton (12 days ago)
I would gladly take the my engine bars especially if it comes with a real m4 that's a 10 thousand dollars mod that I couldnt get unless I use this loop hole manfactued after 86 and all
Mat Saint (13 days ago)
But with a fanny pack your virginity is 100% safe
CrazyCaluz (13 days ago)
Those "pointy mods" are just glorified butt plugs
Sethtaros (16 days ago)
So THAT’S why the spikes on Kamen Rider Lazer’s level 1 face has rounded bits instead of the spikes.
paripof (16 days ago)
Liver is located on the other side boy.
Tom Shultz (17 days ago)
Well done.
James grey wolf cole (17 days ago)
Hes most likely sponsored by these companies because he recommends the more expensive ones
James grey wolf cole (17 days ago)
The liver is on the other side fyi
Y (18 days ago)
You always find a way to suprise me with the finesse of your reviews. Keep it going!
DexMeister (21 days ago)
The most dangerous part is listening to DorkNine´s endless crap.
The Last Taarakian (23 days ago)
Man all these are such tacky things to attach to a bike :/
Keith Dainton (25 days ago)
Don't fall off then your OK lol and no it's not a given that you will I have not in over 40 odd years.
Philip Freeman (26 days ago)
Tinted goggles got me once .
Johnny Komatsu (1 month ago)
Funny.
massimo Bargagna (1 month ago)
Gteat vidio
Roy Wilkie (1 month ago)
STFU twerp
T R (1 month ago)
great video, really funny.
Martin Ivanov (1 month ago)
The liver is in the right side of your body. The location you show on the video is where the spleen is.(and its even easier to rupture.)
John Thomas (1 month ago)
I'm all for an M4 engine guard lol
Skylor Skipworth (1 month ago)
Shattered my pinky with crappy gloves on a small 20mph fall.
In Australia a 'fanny' is slang for vagina.
Pedro Santos (1 month ago)
Your are a genius, informative and Funny.
G P (1 month ago)
Anyone knows where i can buy these cheese grater tank pads for my CBR? It will fit perfectly with the chef knive foot pegs i have
john harris (1 month ago)
We just adopted a puppy named Ryan!
ants (1 month ago)
I laughed so hard it almost became dangerous
S. Campbell (1 month ago)
I enjoyed his Rod Serling-esque presentation. Submitted for your approval. 5:22
JulianBlyat (1 month ago)
Why is there an AR attached to your bike?
Vendetta (1 month ago)
The videos are well-made, but cringy as hell haha
ajay choudhary (1 month ago)
most entertaining 8 minute video i ever watched u have great potential man
cris vanhoogstraten (1 month ago)
what an idiot..ever heard of saddlebags, topcase or whatsoever
nishant kumar (1 month ago)
Two is one and one is none😄
Manish Kumar (1 month ago)
Good & Informative Video. GOD Bless U :)
M-T (1 month ago)
This is what I like about f9 videos. It's straight to the point, but at the same time, got those bajeejees inbetween to make it interesting. Compared to videos that are purposely 10 minutes long, with 2 minutes of intro in the front about random shit, 2 minutes or more of like favorite and subscribe at the end etc. I can't for the life of me figure out why don't a lot of youtubers have this style... or better yet, the question on all of our minds, why F9 videos are so underrated.
Anything Really (1 month ago)
I had regular shoes on and my shoelace got stuck in the gear shifter. hahaha. Living on the edge
Ron Turnbull (1 month ago)
Speaking of dangerous..... Take a look at the chest protector / body armour that I bought from F9 last year. You think you are protected until you fall and then realize that there is no hard protection in the elbow guards. What use is that? Then you contact F9 customer service to tell them about it and get no response. Buyer beware.
Lord Jock (1 month ago)
Fanny :- Slang name for a vagina But then most Septics are cunts
Terry Clark (1 month ago)
Strap the tools to the bike carrier. Job done
Kaustabh Barman (1 month ago)
Execuse me, but what the red bike that is hanging on his left? I am asking because I can't afford the BMW.
weenermeat (1 month ago)
So true about the fanny pack. When I wrecked my bike last year the first thing to make contact was my abdomen against the gas tank. Not a fun recovery period.
H. Lewin (1 month ago)
your video have amazing editing style, nice one
Craig McLucas (1 month ago)
Very Informative!
Jonathan Linkous (1 month ago)
Who the fuck wears a famny pack anyway 😂😂
Adolf Hilter (1 month ago)
2.25 Rifle
Patrick Mitchell (1 month ago)
Great video
Sam Van Royen (1 month ago)
We (a caferacer facebook forum) started discussing… having a gopro, sena or cardo stuck to your helmet might not be the smartest choice when stuck to your helmet as per safety in case of an accident. By doing so you change your ECE-approved, super safe egg-shaped helmet and are way more likely to get a neck or head injury by having something stuck to the exterior. Irony though heartless bitch. Made me wonder… is there any safe way to actually have an aftermarket bluetooth intercom in your helmet? I can't seem to find any. @ryanf9 - challenge accepted to find one?
Superbike Discovery (1 month ago)
What a great video, mate
goofyfoot2001 (1 month ago)
put the tools in that bag onbyour bike maybe.
Kieran Penrose (1 month ago)
As if Americans actually call it a a fanny pack 😂😂😂may aswell just say cunt bag and get it over with 😂
S Gomez (1 month ago)
LOL.. liver is on your right side.. 😁 Just saying.. But I get it. Thx for the good info
Mike McDermott (1 month ago)
And on the eighth day god created FortNine.
Daniel Picazo (1 month ago)
5:02 Nice pi.
japp rivera (1 month ago)
Damn! This guy is good.
Jack Powell (1 month ago)
I not seen a fanny since the 90s
Steve Brantley (1 month ago)
Starting to watch your channel nearly as much as Scotty Kilmer. Keep up the GREAT work.
Sunny (2 months ago)
great content Ryan F9. You've got another subscriber. Keep up the good work, it means a lot to all biker brethren.
jalalinho10 (2 months ago)
J'adore!!
Fordsie (2 months ago)
There’s a bike that parks near where I park mine every day that has actual sharpened daggers for levers. Reminded me of this video. It’s a miracle he hasn’t clipped a ped and slit their throat on his way past
Roger Dodger (2 months ago)
I thought your fanny pack would be worn on your arse (USA) or between your legs (Australia).
Genuine Comments (2 months ago)
Fanny that’s a girls vagina in the UK
David Snyder (2 months ago)
you been watching too much FIRE MARSHAL BILL!!
Squirrel Darling (2 months ago)
Love the end song, good overall video, and just say no to fanny packs.
Carolina Procupez (2 months ago)
Ohh, loved this video! for the tips but also for the funny way of telling/sharing these tips.
Dan Haren (2 months ago)
The fanny pack WILL prevent all known STDs
Saurav Mitra (2 months ago)
Nice presentation mate
N A (2 months ago)
Isn't the Scott pack for mtb anyways
Bob Taylor (2 months ago)
This guy actually makes a living off this? Let's hope he straps a tool belt to his helmet next accident. Who the hell wears a tool belt on a motorcycle? Even backpacks are dubious when the first thing you need on a motorcycle is maximum physical flexibility. As far as the sharp points are concerned; really? Front and sides are the last thing you contact in an accident. You get rear ended you fall back; you get hit head on you go over the handle bars, otherwise you lay it down. You get t-boned you're screwed anyhow. None are those sharp point contact locations. Split cowhide? Short of winter weather fully enclosed gloves any glove will only provide first contact protection on the asphalt. Another F9 no info comedy special.
Nathan Schmoekel (2 months ago)
Tube hooks bad.... replace with magnets!!
Do what i say (2 months ago)
Just buy some overallls
Raven Rodriguez (2 months ago)
" A moment of Silence for Ryan F9's Girlfriend " There fixed it. Hahahaha Just kidding. I love your channel. :)
Ivan Zalac (2 months ago)
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