Decided to ride up from Adelaide to Mount Gambier with my mate Nik to meet some other guys there for the weekend. Him on his TRX850, and me on my little GPX250. 20ks before we get to Gambier (it had been dark for a couple of hours) a big grey jumps out next to Nik, hesitates and then sticks his shoulder under the front wheel. Nik had maybe got down to 90kph when he hit it and went into a bit of a wobbly lowside. I was too close behind him, clocked the roo in the neck myself. Things got pretty bouncy for me, but I stayed on. Missed Nik, who slid off the left side of the road. Was about a meter behind his bike as that slid down the road - I'm trying to get stable so I could brake properly, but not hit his bike. Surprising how quick a dropped bike slows down when its got bits gouging bits out the road - it was almost outbraking me (though i was bouncing pretty much until it slid to the center and I got around it). So I manage to stop, get back to Nik. He was fine - was wearing a good jacket, boots and helmet (all damaged). Wasnt wearing good pants tho - just some work Yakka style, so a bit of gravel rash to the knee. Sore hip this morning. Bike had the left side damaged about what you would expect from a 100kph drop - repairable, and he has full comp. I'll link some photos when they get uploaded. Frame and forks look straightish - bit surprising. Lots of people stopped to check on us, which was pretty cool. Closest I've come to having an off - hope it stays like that. Good view of what happened though If the roo wasnt dead after Nik hit its shoulder, it definitely was after I clocked its neck. Calling the result in as: Kangaroo: 1, Bikes: 2 We win.