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MTB v Red Hartebeeste aka Biker vs Buck


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i absolutely love the groans while he is one the floor...ha ha i feel bad for the guy bad **** thats funny....

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The Red Hartebeest didn't stop much - more like "The Cyclist Stops here"! :D Glad they both seem OK.

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His riding partner asks: "Are you OK, dude?"

 

Sounds like two Frenchmen.

 

Great footage. Phew!

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If only the Springbok could tackle that well!

 

Expensive helmet damage................. Beats a fractured skull!

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i absolutely love the groans while he is one the floor...ha ha i feel bad for the guy bad **** thats funny....

 

Man I agree, have not laughed so much for a long time, my eyes are all salted up now...cant wait to show the swissies at work, stuff the lions roaming the streets the antelope are also dangerous...

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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

Buck ? Holy Cow?

 

It's a friggin Hartebeest! At least he got one word right.....SH*T :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

Oh. I also noticed that "The Buck" didn't stop at all. He jus' kept on going.

 

Buck = 1 - Young Buck = 0

 

That's what happens when you race with 140mm rotors. :D

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that pretty hectic - i would love some science boffs to tell me how much force that equates to. I reckon it must be pretty high. If Force = Mass x Acceleration and the mass is 150kg? the speed is roughly 4 m/s - so whats the acceleration and resultant force?

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that pretty hectic - i would love some science boffs to tell me how much force that equates to. I reckon it must be pretty high. If Force = Mass x Acceleration and the mass is 120kg? the speed is roughly 4 m/s - so whats the acceleration and resultant force?

 

:lol: :lol: :lol:

 

What's the equation for the force applied by something stomping on you as it jumps over you whilst going through you???

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Been there done that... Only my bucking problem happened on the downhill exit out of Suikerbosrand @about 80kmh. Vets tour 2006 - an Eland took out my front wheel - didn't actually hit it but nevertheless came down pretty hard and did my pelvis. I just remember seeing this horned apparition in front of me - no time to brake. Could've been lethal. Sympathies to the guy in this amazing footage.

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Been there done that... Only my bucking problem happened on the downhill exit out of Suikerbosrand @about 80kmh. Vets tour 2006 - an Eland took out my front wheel - didn't actually hit it but nevertheless came down pretty hard and did my pelvis. I just remember seeing this horned apparition in front of me - no time to brake. Could've been lethal. Sympathies to the guy in this amazing footage.

 

Hectic!!ohmy.gif

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