My personal opinion
on some of the motorcycles
Whoa! check out this amazing video clip. That’s one lucky deer/motorcycle rider. Another good reason to wear a helmet; avoid getting hit by hooves from deer jumping over you while you ride.
Too bad that guy didn’t have his “deer catch net” deployed, he could’ve had deer steaks for dinner.
looks fake to me
Youch… I’m sure glad their aint Deers near me.
If you look at the video closely you will note that the brake lights never come on of the first motorcycle the deer crosses in front of or does the rider change position in anyway.
I say it is a fake.
I am not sure how much a helmet would help you if the deer made you crash either.
I have seen similar happenings with deer while riding my own bike, but was never fortunate enough to get it on film. There is no doubt it is real.
@ Rogue – If you look at the first time the video plays (at what I assume is full speed) that deer runs out in front of the bike so fast that I bet the biker didn’t even have time to touch the brakes, much less duck for cover. I doubt he, or the bike the deer jumped over, even had time to process what they were seeing, much less react. the DMV and MSF stress reaction times so much…that’s why they have the “3 second rule” – it allows you time to see and react to what is happening in front of you.
Not to mention, probably one of the worst things you could do is brake…it’d lower your front end, flipping that deer up right onto you…if you kept the same speed or accelerated, you had the possibility of powering through the deer. This happened to a good buddy of mine – hit a deer at about 50MPH without braking and remained upright.
And do you seriously think that a helmet would do no good in a crash?
Wow, If this is fake, nice job if it is real… I would get a lottery ticket if I was that rider.
Wow…..I dunno, it sure looks real to me. And I agree the rider on the right probably had no time to brake, it happened so quick. A helmet might help for a slight graze, but, wow is that guy lucky.
No doubt it is real.
Iv’e been riding for 35 years and had a similar thing happen to me on the Blue Ridge and it was three deer. Typical of mountain roads had a high shoulder on right and drop off to the left.
Just barely caught the movement out of the corner of my eye on the ridge to my right, hammered the brakes and then watched as they jumped over onto the pavement in front of us then dissapeared over the ridge.
It all happened in a nano-second, I can still hear the clatter of their hoofs hitting the pavement!!
it’s not fake. you can see the rider cringe as the deer plants to jump over him.
i drive daily where there are lots of deer. this behavior is only unusual because somebody had a camera running.
The deer doesn’t cast a shadow.
I don’t think this video is fake, but I do think the deer is made of magic.
Maybe it’s a patronus 😉
I dont know where you are looking Fred but I see a shadow.
You guys need to stop talking like this shit never happens!
In Maine it happens all the time… as a matter of fact, we have to watch out for moose on the roads too.
What, you guys don’t have any wild life wondering out onto the roads where you live??? C’mon.
If ya scared of a peice of venison flying through the air almost hitting you , you need to put your putt back on the jiffy stand and get back in your cage . I like deer meat
Hey Fatfucker… you typed it twice.
I bet Fatfucker been eating too much venison.
Yea, nice one!
Hey Fatfuckerhead, me and my new buddy… Friseur, are gonna come over and see what size open-end wrench will fit best up yer ass.
Right Friseur man?
I mounted a .50 cal on my handlebars for this years hunt.
Are you still marching with the tree-huggers to try to save the “cute little Bambi deers” this year, Fatfuckerhead?
Hey Pan bitch
Ithought I seen ya this weekend dressed in Drag during the gay parade , Also I need to ask ya , does it feel good to ride your tricycle with out a seat
I sure am glad there’s no deer jumping across roads in S. California. The occasional rabid squirrel maybe, but those just go squish under your tires.
ITS FAKE !!!!!!!!!
look at the shadow left by everyother image in the shot/ not dark enough and not large enough for the angle the sun is.
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It’s fake for sure: there’s no shadow of the deer on the road!
It’s fake. Yes, deer do jump out in the road all the time, but that doesn’t mean this video is real. It’s a mediocre computer-edited fake. Whoever edited it did a credible job for an amateur,ï»¿ but it doesn’t hold up to scrutiny. I’ve exported this video to individual image frames and marked with straight vectors where the deer is in each frame using points in the landscape as reference. Once he gets out in the road, he moves in the same plane as the bike he’s jumping rather than moving directly across the road. IOW, the deer is moving sideways. Where he ends up is nowhere near where he starts out. Essentially, they had to do this to get the image to appear to be jumping over the bike without it hitting the bike in the other lane (the one the camera is following). The timing didn’t work out perfectly, so they had to skip the deer sideways a bunch in each of the later frames. Sorry, but it’s clearly and unequivocally 100 percent fake.
For those that do not see the shadow of the Deer or the oncoming rider flinch and move his head, I do hope that I am not on the same road as you. Get your eyes checked!
This happened to me and three other riders this past summer 2010. I was #2 (2009 Honda GL1800)and the first I saw of the Deer was over the lead drivers (2007 Harley)right shoulder and through his windshield. The Deer was standing on the road facing us and with no time to maneuver lead tensed up for impact but at the last possible moment the Deer jumped into the air and as lead driver went under the Deer its hoofs clipped his left mirror and as he went passed the Deer its hoofs knocked off his anntena mounted on the rear carrier. Now picture this. As rider #2 the Deer was now in the air at my eye level and stretched out fully. I had been braking so fortunately the Deer landed just in front (c) 1 foot and to my right and as I passed my right saddlebag brushed the Deer. Can’t get much closer than that.
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