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Behind the Scenes Look at Turning Humans Into Motorcycles

Growing up I never cared much for art. To this day I can’t draw a straight line, much less a circle that doesn’t look like a deformed egg. Then I got older, and I met a girl, and she painted, and for a few years we rode motorcycles together, until a fork in the road took us in different directions. Then I got older still, and met another girl, and we fell in love, and she really opened my eyes. I met dancers, aerialists, contortionists, choreographers, and more. It was a myriad of people who used their bodies in ways I couldn’t even have dreamt of.

People using their bodies in ways I couldn’t even have dreamt of. Kind of like this post that I shared back in 2012.

Making of Motorcycle Body Paints

The “Behind The Scenes – Human Motorcycles” video explains it all and shows just what an amazing job everyone from artist to performers were doing and the work that went into the project.

About Adrian

Adrian is the YouMotorcycle Editor. He never planned on becoming a blogger, but liked the idea of sharing his passion and encouraging others to get out and ride.
He believes that anyone thinking about buying a motorcycle should hurry up and buy one, and that everyone who already owns a motorcycles should ride more.
He likes V-Twins, scooters, and breaking social norms. He occasionally wears a suit and high-top sneakers when he rides to work.
Sometimes he takes out his tools and everything goes from bad to worse. Sometimes everything just falls into his lap. Whatever the case he stays grateful and always tries to learn.
If you feel motorcycling is a lifestyle, follow him via social media.

One comment

  1. Adds a whole new meaning to ‘performance art’! How intriguing…

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