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Bike Cuts Deer in Half

Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by Dazza, Jun 24, 2005.

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  2. Yeech - Those dangling intestines are a bit disturbing
  3. Excuse me while I huck up my breakfast.
  4. Don't show Marty, for christsake. His competitive spirit will take over.
  5. Mmm mmmm!
    Road kill for dinner..
    Leave it out to ferment a bit first though

    He is one lucky guy!
  6. holy s%#t - that's pretty nasty :shock:
  7. geez..... must have hade pretty good blade on the front of his bike!!

    somehow i don't thinkthe deer suffered much....damage like that is kinda instant death...(system shock)
  8. MAAAAAARTY !!!!!!!!!!
  9. Oh dear indeed.
    It looks like a crime scene.
  10. That was awesome. Lucky guy!
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  12. OH Deer! :LOL: very lucky eh
  13. :shock: wow.

    Is it me or do there deers appear to be little tackers :?:

    Cheers :cool:
  14. Doh! A deer! A female deer!

    Second one was a hare or some similar sized animal methinks.
  15. Re: Bike vs Deer

    They try to get you to install their spyware at that site.
  16. When watching beware of deers and spyware.
  17. Outside of American cities the deer are prolific, they're everywhere.
    After cars deer are the largest cause of bike accidents in the USA (at night).
    We tried not to ride after dark (or near sunset) if we could.
    One evening we were about 50 miles from the nearest town, the sun was setting, so we took the chance and rode along.
    The deer actually graze right on the edge of the road, in herds FFS.
    Val later said she was surprised we didn't have any jump out in front of us.
    I (in my ignorance) had not until then realised they
    might do so.
  18. I've only started deer hunting. So far, hours in the rain and cold and I have not to see one deer yet.

    How come these guys are so lucky.