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Discussion in 'Multimedia' at netrider.net.au started by Deadsy, May 13, 2008.
-s13EHdxIuc[/media]]I bet it wasn't as close as this.
And whose fault do you think that was?
Serious? The rider's.
I'm just in awe at his skill and luck. I'm just trying to understand how cool, calm and collected you have to be to react like he did.
...And continue riding like he did. I can imagine him thinking "Wow, I should be dead, well... better make the most of this"
I bet he had to go to the hospital to get his puckered arse removed from tthe seat
I think we can all see what the problem is here, the car pulled out because the motorbike obviously didn't have a front numberplate and therefore was not visible :wink:
There is a broader point to made on this fellows luck.
- The driver in the car did absolutely nothing wrong...
(Had I been the driver, and managed to miss the bike, I'd track him down and beat the crap out of him for the seriously bad scare he gave me!!.)
The rider owes that driver, BIG time.