Watching A Motorcycle Racer Front Flip Is The Scariest Thing You'll Ever See


This is intense.

Gino Rea is one lucky guy. The British motorcycle racer suffered a scary crash when his Honda CBR600RR did a front flip for some strange reason. We can’t really explain what caused the crash as there doesn’t appear to be any contact with another racer and Rea wasn’t rounding a bend. It’s possible he hit something on the track or mashed his front brake for some odd reason. Or it could have just been a freak accident. Either way, he flips and goes sliding, with his bike tumbling right behind him.

It’s pretty incredible to see, but what’s more incredible is that Rea recovered and was back on his bike racing the next day!

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