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I don't understand why the semi truck would suddenly change lanes like that. It looks like the semi would have hit the other semi if it hadn't hit the cop...
 

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I don't understand why the semi truck would suddenly change lanes like that. It looks like the semi would have hit the other semi if it hadn't hit the cop...
it was supposed to be blocking the biker.
 

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I've seen cyclists go down Mt. Baker at least 70-80 km/hr. . . .although thats downhill.
downhill racers (dirt tracks with jumps and drops) will rip it up at over 100km/hr, imagine what one could do on the streets going downhill. I'ver personally seen someone going down the gravel on the side of the cut in n van out racing cars, thought that was pretty sweet to see.
 

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It's Not Real!!!

it's a really good edit of a real life car chase, but it's not real.

the bike isn't really there and the cop car next to/just behind the bike isn't really a cop car. the bike was added to the video and the first "cop car" (also edited) is in reality a suspect vehicle being chased by the real cops (second and third cars that appear on the right side of the shot) behind the bike. the commentary was added after all the edits. besides, have you ever seen a bike accelerate that quickly between two 18-wheelers?

some of you folks are really easy to fool.
now that you've read this, watch it again and you'll see what i mean.
 

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i dont think thats real. no one can ride a bicycle that fast, and did u see how fast he accelerated between the trucks dont think so.
I've been been clocked over 80km/h on the street with knobby tires. Easily reached over 100km/h on my roadbike. Although these are downhill. Straight, you can keep 50 km/h easily.
 
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