Sometimes you just count yourself lucky!

Sometimes you just count yourself lucky!


Riding a motorcycle is quite a liberating experience. Having just yourself and the road underneath of you along with your two wheeled steed can be quite the adrenaline rush of an experience. However, along with that rush also comes some added danger that you don’t necessarily have on four wheels. While you have more control over a smaller machine that should provide more maneuverability, there are also more variables that get thrown into the mix that you have to keep an eye out for. Some of them are incredibly unpredictable and can really end up being dangerous to boot!

This time, we ride along with a motorcycle rider who is carving out a canyon with a couple of buddies, hitting the turns hard and really enjoying all that his bike has to offer.

However, as he comes around a certain turn, it really looks like the rider got ahead of himself as he ended up laying the bike on its side and getting a little bit of road rash. However, we see that this one could have been a lot worse as the bike then slides off the edge of a cliff and tumbles over a couple times before coming to a dead stop. When you look at the bigger picture, you realize that the rider could’ve still been connected to the bike as it slid over that edge.

Check out the video below that takes you right into the heart of the action as a camera mounted on the rider brings us the intense moment as it unfolded. When you’re doing this kind of riding, situations like this are just another risk that you need to consider when you go out there and have fun on two wheels. At the end of the day, I’d be willing to wager that this guy would probably hop on two wheels again but situations like this are definitely something that you have to keep in mind.

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