Release Title: Stu-pid Riding  (A UKB-KvCD By BINGOWINGZ)
Release Date: 2008
RunTime: 1 Hour 09 Minutes 29 Seconds
Genre: Action / SuperBikes / Fast Cars / Stunts
A high powered Suzuki GSXR emerges from the urban decay of a run down
English suburb, tailed closely by a Mitsubishi Evo. The setting is not
a pre-made set like the Ghost Rider videos...It's Real Roads, No
Special Effects and Never Speeded Up!
Watch as the team rides and drives at speeds reaching 186mph, gets
chased by the police, burns a speed camera, wheelie's through fire
walls, do burn outs, stand up wheelie's, tank wheelie's, then offer
Ghost Rider a race & He sh*t's Himself BigTime and much more...
You will be riveted to this Hi
Octaine Adrenaline filled KvCD masterpiece from start to finish.
An Absolute Adrenaline RUSH Better Than Any Drug!
The SUN Newspaper Article:
Terrfying death race at 186mph
A TERRIFYING DVD of a car and a motorcycle racing along country roads at 186mph is being studied by cops.
The bootleg film ? reminiscent of the cult movie Death Race 2000 ? even shows the biker pulling a wheelie at 130MPH.
In other hair-raising scenes:
* The Suzuki GSXR 1000 narrowly MISSES an oncoming car at a combined speed of 170mph;
* The racers roar past a COP BIKER going the other way;
* A speed camera is set ABLAZE.
The footage, shot from cameras mounted on the bike and the Mitsubishi Evo 320 rally car, is partly filmed on the A423 Banbury to Southam road in Warwickshire.
The professionally produced DVD ? called Stu-Pid Riding ? boasts that the stretch is rated one of the most perilous for motorcyclists in the UK.
It opens with the rider giving a thumbs-up by an A423 sign, before taking viewers on a white-knuckle 12.3-mile ride lasting just five minutes and 20 seconds.
Speedo ... bike display shows 181mph
Footage of the entire 1hr 20min film has been taken on other roads ? including the M45.
At one stage an unmarked police car gives chase with flashing headlights but cops suspect this segment is doctored.
Trail blazer ... bikers watch camera on fire
Police believe they know the culprits ? but have been warned by the Crown Prosecution Service that much of the evidence would be inadmissible in court.
Insp. John Timms said: “Riders with egos greater than their skills could try to copy these exploits ? with tragic consequences.”
[email protected] Source: DVD / NTSC (Phats)
Video: MPEG1/NTSC/352x240 / 29fps
Size Of BiN File: 801 Mb
If you wish to View on your PC then use a media player called VLC
which supports Cue and Bin format movies, but be warned, this and
Windows Media Player have been known to show incorrect movie runtimes
i.e. 37 minutes when the movie is actually 2 hours long.
You can download the VLC media player from www.videolan.org but it's NOT
recommended to view KVCD's on your PC as they're specifically encoded
to view on your standalone DVD Player and TV. If you are planning on
watching on your PC then please don't moan about quality as you have
been warned. If you wanted to watch on you PC then you've downloaded
the wrong release, You want a DIVX or XVID version so I'll say it
one more time, don't moan about quality as you have been warned.
To burn to disc using Nero just right click on the cue file which
will be the smallest of the 2 then choose Open With and browse to
your Nero.exe (possibly just called Nero) file. (Located in Program
Files / Ahead / Nero folder) Ensure the *Always use the selected
program to open this type of file* box is ticked, this way next time
all you have to do is double click the cue file and the burning
interface will open, now choose which speed you would like to burn
your disc at. It's recommended to burn at no more than 8x, Or 10x if you
burn at a faster speed this may impair the quality and make the
video pixelated. [Info By FFCcottage]