Ryan Reynolds’ Triumph Thruxton

Feb 19, 2016

Category: Rides

Most of the time when you hear a celebrity endorse something, it’s because they’re being paid to. That might be why this short video featuring Ryan Reynolds is so refreshing, it’s totally honest and unguarded. For this four minute long film, director Bryan Rowland managed to sit down with the star of the wildly successful DeadPool, and get him to talk about his love of motorcycles.

Apparently Reynolds is a big cafe racer enthusiast. He talks about following all of the motorcycle blogs, and his experiences with his first bike – a Honda CB750 that he got as a 15-year old. The actor talks about how sneaking out at night to ride was what introduced him to the idea that there is a larger wold out there, and how he views riding motorcycles as something akin to meditation. All of this happens in the video as a lead up to the unveiling of Reynolds’ Triumph Thruxton as modified by Kott Motorcycle. Between getting this bike and starring in a huge blockbuster movie, it’s fair to say he’s having a pretty solid start to his year. [Via: Silodrome]

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