Check Out This Compilation of London’s Coolest Cars and Motorcycles
Royal Jordanian shares a collection of cool rides he’s seen in his motorcycle travels.
Motovlogger Royal Jordanian is YouTube's king of lane splitting. He regularly flits his way across London, capturing all of the interesting sights he sees during his travels on video for his Daily Observation videos. As part of his celebration of 200 such videos, he's compiled one that shows many of the cool cars and motorcycles he's caught on camera over the years.
Based on this video, you might think that everyone in London drives a Lamborghini, Ferrari, or Nissan GT-R, since there are so many of them. A number of classics make appearances as well, including some sweet Jaguars, Aston Martins that could be mistaken for James Bond's DB5, a couple of E30 BMW M3s, and even an old Chevy pickup. Inexplicably, Eleanor, the Ford Mustang from Gone in 60 Seconds, makes an appearance as well. Royal Jordanian even manages to run into the middle of a group of Modball Rally cars passing through London.
Of course, being a motorcycle channel, many bikes are featured as well, from sleek sport bikes to classic chrome, the occasional Harley-Davidson, some pristine Universal Japanese Motorcycles, and even a 1938 BMW.
Clearly Royal Jordanian is an enthusiast like us. It shows in the cars he chooses to share with the world. And as it turns out, he also shows, and rides, some pretty cool bikes as well.
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