Thursday, September 14, 2006

Ghost Riding - Gone Wrong

Ghost ride
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To ghost ride, frequently used in the context of "ghost riding the whip" (a "whip" being a vehicle) or simply ghostin' is one of the latest trends to be popularized by the "Hyphy Movement", which originated in the Bay Area of California. This act involves the driver and/or passengers of any given vehicle accelerating while in gear, shifting to neutral, exiting while it is still rolling and dancing beside it or on the hood or roof. It is one of the highest forms of "going dumb" and a representation of the style of hyphy. The term "ghost ride the whip" was given nationwide exposure in E-40's song Tell Me When to Go. However, E-40 was not the first to use this term, as it was coined much earlier by other Bay Area rappers such as Mac Dre.[citation needed] Police investigations have attributed several deaths to ghost riding accidents.

Ghost riding as a term also has a history in motorcross and stunt cycling. The rider typically jumps off the back of the bike then runs after it and jumps back on.

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