Now... bring me that horizon.
DON'T STUFF THE CAGERS!
Too fast for me to see what went wrong, did not look like he rubbed hard parts?
There are old riders and there are bold riders. There aren't any old, bold riders.
Ride safe folks.
Oppossed to the 2 guys that crashed there last year and walked away iirc
Ouch is right.. Yikes
I'm not addicted! and I'm not quitting!!
Heeere's your sign...
...and "always" look on the bright side of life...
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Please feel free to send that remarkable insight into the handling characteristics of 200+ horsepower bikes to Guy Martin and then print his reply on this site.
Who would understand it ?
listen to me or i will eat you're bacon
broken vertebra, plus other injuries. big ouch... and yah, a few feet left and he might be singin with the angels now!
Scottish racer Andy Lawson was not so lucky:
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In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensible.
It looks like a relatively tame high-side compared to some I've seen on MotoGP etc. highlights where the rider is 8' in the air. And yet could easily have been a fatality.
Padding on the tree looks like it would effectively reduce damage to the tree and that's about it.
the're playin with fire.
I define Hell as having to ride back and forth from Blaine to Tijuana on I - 5 in perpetuity.
It is so enlightening when a group of under achieving and overly critical street riders attempt to deconstruct an incident like this. I am quite sure that the majority of riders here could have more than caught that slip.
Canada's damn nice.