LOL, same here. I read the comments before I watched the video and thought I would be watching "aggressive riding". When I used to ride aggressive on the street, these guys would have been a joke to me calling that aggressive.i READ THE COMMENTS FIRST AND THEN WATCHED THE VIDEO. I WAS EXPECTING TO SEE SOMETHING 110% ****COMPLETELY DIFFERENT **** THAN WHAT I SAW BASED ON THE COMMENTS LOL ??? IF I WAS WITH YALL AND WENT OUT FOR SOME "AGGRESSIVE " RIDING I GUESS YOU WOULD HAVE SEEN ME IN ABOUT THE FIRST 4 SECONDS OF THE VIDEO AND AFTER THAT I WOULD OF BEEN ****LONG**** GONE, COMPARITIVELY ... TO EACH HIS OWN THOUGH ...NONETHELESS WELCOME TO THE FAMILY ! THERE IS A LOT OF LOVE, ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT HERE FROM ONE CYCLIST TO ANOTHER NOT ONLY "MOTORCYCLE WISE" BUT WE ARE LIKE A BIG FAMILY HERE ON EVERY LEVEL (MINUS THE OBVIOUS ONES LOL)
After years of aggressive street riding and then having a child, I decided to stop playing Russian rootlet on the street and take it to the track. After taking it to the track, I lost all desire to ride aggressive on public roads.
I don't know how old you are but as you mature, you will begin to see what people are talking about here. Some people mature sooner then others. It wasn't until my first child that I started a mature motorcycling path to try to follow. Some start with a bad accident, some with death of friends, and others the light ball affect.
Stay safe out there and yes, many people here sound like they have the pitch fork out for you but it's coming from a place of concern and knowledge. The delivery sucks but the message is coming from a place of genuine concern. Ignore the aggression and absorb the knowledge because it may save your life...
BTW, I would take that video down or make it private. You are admitting to breaking the law on public roads. Not a good idea.