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Motorcycle Mayhem X

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Motorcycle Mayhem X Superstar riders perform unreal stunts: From one-wheeled highway antics staged at eighty miles-per-hour to treacherous turns at speeds pushing 120 miles-per-hour, wild ramp launches, and dirt kicking spinouts, the MayhemX team knows how to handle speed. Join featured riders Seth Enslow, Chris Carr, Bubba Blackwell, and Joey Cisco as they perform some of the most outrageous stunts ever captured on camera to the tune of such cutting-edge L.A. bands as Dynamite Boy, Whiplash, and One in the Chamber. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Specification: Motorcycle Mayhem X

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MPAA rating

NR (Not Rated)

Product Dimensions

7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches, 4 Ounces


Jim Duffner, Phil Gibson

Media Format

Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC

Run time

41 minutes

Release date

April 29, 2003


Christine Carr, Seth Enslow, Tommy Clowers, Joey Cisco, Dana Creech


Monterey Video

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  1. Cindy

    I bought this DVD as a Christmas present for my dirt bike crazy 5 year old son. The footage was great and it was a full 40 minutes, showing really cool stunts. What I didn’t like: this would have been a five star rating except, at the risk of sounding like my mother, there was stuff in here that made it not a good match for kids under 16. There were many scenes of scantily (quite) clad women doing various inappropriate things. Secondly, many of the scenes showed bike riders doing very unsafe things such as going down the freeway in a t-shirt and standing up on their bikes, riding backwards and popping wheelies going 60. Lots of riding with no helmets. While I’m sure this is great for adults watching who know better, it is not suitable for children. In defense of the video, it does not advertise itself for kids but I still wish to see videos like this promote at least the minimum motorcycle safety so it doesn’t influence 16 year olds to do bonehead things.

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