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Guy Procter  says:

Scariest crash ever?

It’s 2004 and the brakes on dutch Superstock champion Richard Fluttert’s GSX-R1000 have failed just before a heavy braking area, in this brilliant video found by Twowheelsblog. Skip to 2:13 and wait. Be nervous.  He was fine by the way.

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  • Posted 5 years ago (06 January 2010 14:54)

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Sep 08

Posts: 12

Bungletit says:

Old hat

This video was posted on over a month ago.

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Dec 09

Posts: 9

Steve09R1 says:

Re Bungle the tit

Yes, but now that it's on MCN people might actually see it!


Nobody looks at Visordown these days do they?


Didn't you mother tell you if you've got nothing nice to say - don't say anything at all?....tit

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Jan 09

Posts: 76

Nephilius says:


Amazing footage, although could do without the daft music, titling, and two minutes of nothing much happening whilst zooming in and out on some stills. (please don't call me a tit too steve09R1)

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Aug 02

Posts: 27

toofast says:

well as a stuntman.. 10 outta' 10.... but the dude's race-prep is'mon... losing yo' brake calipers..!!. huh .. obviously went for a tea or sommat....

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