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Servin’ It Up

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It’s cycle stunts taken straight to the streets of San Francisco and beyond. Cycle stunt riders Darius, Will, Mike, Alex, Corey, and Keven are on a high prowered terror in a super-powered road trip which includes tearing up shifter kart by lifting the front whels off the ground while hitting 100 MPH. Then see an 02′ Escalade on 23’s whippin’ donuts while spinnin’ all fours.

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7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches, 3.5 Ounces

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Run time

45 minutes

Release date

October 17, 2008


Full Throttle Video

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3 reviews for Servin’ It Up

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  1. Turntable Needles

    Go video remember when I was a kid when it first came out

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  2. S. Pelovsky

    I bought this video out of the dumpster at Wally World. I guess the producers of this film thought it would be great to have some of the riders going down the highways of No. Calif. at 65 mph doing wheelies in the fast lane with traffic all around them. One of them even crashed right in front of a car. Back in the 60’s and 70’s it was the outlaw biker clubs like the Hell Angels that gave motorcylcling a bad name, now in the 21st century it’s idiots on sport bikes. Don’t waste your money on this dog!

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  3. R. Sage

    I wasn’t sure what I was getting, but it looked intersting. The box indicates many form of extreme motorsports, but it is 90% crotch rockets with idiots destroying perfectly good tires for a minute smoke, and trashing expensive bikes, while endangering other bystanders..
    It is truly amazing what these guys can do on bikes and bounce back for more. I remember driving the interstate through Chicago when this loud roar comes up from behind and passes us going at least 90mph. About a dozen bikes pass with 3-4 doing wheelies. I immediately decide that if one goes down, I’ll just have to run them over. I wasn’t about to risk my life and my passengers lives and the lives of others, by swerving. This movie depicts illegal, exceptionally dangerous behavior which should not be attempted by anyone.

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