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Old 10-11-11, 01:31 PM   #1
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One of the dangers of riding a mountain bike in Africa

Or, I'll bet he's glad he was wearing a helmet:

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There is a similar video on here of a rider being taken out by a deer. I guess the fellow is glad it wasn't a lion, or such.
I wonder if the gazelle's friends weren't just off camera holding up point signs for his performance in knocking the guy off....I give it a 9.8, as he landed right back on his feet and went on his way.
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Wow and OW!! For a sec I was thinking "predatory animal??"
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Africa is for Hunting...
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The thing is dude pointed at it and seemed(or should have) known it was coming.
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Shortly before the accident, the guy made a gesture with his right arm. Maybe he and his friends were staging the whole thing?
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I think they saw it and were trying to outrun it...
As for lions, i wonder if they'd be stupid enough to have a race in an area known to be inhabited by lions. Also, from what I know, lions aren't all that active during the day, don't they usually lie around a lot during the heat of the day and then hunt at night when most nocturnal animals are out? anyways those antelopes are HUGE, apparently he wasn't badly injured.
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