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Lamborghini Gallardo On A Public Road ! Insane Bike Racing

This is one more interesting videos for you guys. You guys will see a Lamborghini Gallardo and a bike in this amazing video. We are living in a modern world where many bikers are riding with cameras strapped on their helmet in order to catch all action that may happen. That`s how we get tons of awesome on-board street racing videos that are going viral. For this particular rider, the helmet camera would come in very handy. He was out for a regular cruise with his insane street bike when happened to encounter one very powerful 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo. When the biker noticed the Lamborghini Gallardo, he immediately started following it. After some following, they both stop at red lights.

This is where the fun and games begin. At the lights, the biker starts taunting the Lamborghini Gallardo to engage in a race. After some taunting, the Lamborghini Gallardo is finally coaxed into racing. When the race begins, the insane street bike immediately manages to make a gap while doing a very cool wheelie in the process. You just got to love street bikes. They are so light and easy to handle with immense acceleration. Put a wheelie on top of this and you look like a god! We still love Lamborghini Gallardo though. We are sure the Lambo can punch more power than this, so this was most probably all about fun and mutual respect.

Street Bike Vs Lamborghini Gallardo

Check out the video below that shows off the race as viewed from a rider that’s mid-wheelie and is able to pull away from the super car. The long awaited Lamborghini Gallardo was introduced during the 2003 edition of the Geneva Auto Show. Which drawing a lot of attention and reactions . both good and bad.
The styling of this new Lamborghini model was very refreshing, somewhat angular and odd shaped in some places. But very different from anything Automobile Lamborghini SpA ever offered in the past, Fabrizio Giugiaro  sketched the original design down but Luc Donckerwolcke at the new Lamborghini Centro Stile did the final touches. 


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