Man, that train would have killed him but only by like 2 feet.
Looked like it would’ve been a really bad ouchie slowly stopping exactly where he had been
The Good Samaritan picked up the bike like it was a bmx
Edit: and dropped the dude hard as hell lmao good thing he had a helmet
Adrenaline makes people go beyond their usual stength.
No, really you can literally tear apart your muscles when in a situation that makes your pump go.
He wasn't saving the bike, he was saving the train :-)
"Damn bikers always interrupting my trainspotting sessions!"
Don’t know what was going through his head, but I would have been thinking that I need to get the bike out of the way so nothing would go flying into me when the train hit. Regardless, bravo to this guy.
I'm pretty sure the gate was going through his head.
*Blinded by the light, thank you rando for saving me and myy bikeee*
To be fair to the biker, sun's in his eyes, and I don't see any lights working on that barrier.
Wtf was the rider doing though?
Sunlight glare probably made the railway barricade invisible. This is why we sometimes need tinted glasses/visors.
I'm amazed at how quick that guy pulled him off the track and then treated the bike like it was nothing
The way he yeets the guy to the ground to save the bike. I appreciate the dedication, but dayum
Are the lights not working?
You know that trains can also derail, right?
He was rather saving the train, not the bike. Derailing onto the just saved human is bad idea
Saving the bike might have been secondary to avoiding derailment. What a nimrod of a rider.
Blinded by the sun, look at the shadows. Happens often.
the guy that saved him was pumped...!!
after they both were clear he dropped to the ground too...
You interfered with deaths plan..now it skipped him and went to you. dumb man..so dumb
He didn't save the bike, he saved the train! Getting the bike all caught up in the running gear while unlikely to cause a derailment. Would of least brought it to a grinding halt for inspection, a broken airline would of been at least a tow to repair facility.
So he did well on a number of levels, although you gotta ask WTF the rider was doing that a big red and white barrier, flashing red lights and usually a bell didn't trigger maybe I should stop here thought.
The adrenaline is strong with this one.
Train guy probably a rider too " only gonna give them a gentle push"
Lights are down, shit needs fixing
He probably didn't want the bike to cause the train to detail onto himself, chich is why he moved it.
It must be an optical illusion but I dont see the tracks continuing past that right let of lights. It looks like its a sidewalk.
Esse é o tal do mula
I ride and no way would I save the bike.
At least he saved the person first. Super well done.
Dude could give Usain Bolt a run for his fuckin' money, damn! Props to hero dude! :O
Amazing, crazy how adrenaline makes you go. You know usually it would of taken a person atleast a full minute to move a bike like that
wow looks like he just didn't see it at all. this is how my friend broke his neck but the train crossing thing came down on his head and he has no memory of the accident. there's a big rectangle smash mark on the top of his helmet and he has several fused vertebrae now, still rides!
Bro, That's too close. for the rider of the motorcycle to learn to follow the signal.
That's beautiful. Keep up the care for others out there
I think we would all save the person here , but save the bike too of course... I know I would
Hey! Normal peep can also save the bike. You don't need to be a rider to save two things. 👍
Anybody know why the person just full-on plows into the barrier???
"normal people wouldnt have saved the bike....", i dont ride and I would have saved everything i could, but the persons life is most important. way to generalize.
Great, he saved a fucking idiot. Should have moved the bike further away and let the guy suffer the consequences of stupidity that severe.
Yeah, because most people value the lives of others over material things. The bike can be replaced.
Don’t be so salty he helped the person first, then the bike. What they’re saying is a no. Biker wouldn’t have thought of the bike too. Stop virtue signaling man.
Train driver's viewpoint
I too ride with my eyes closed....
Once you get used to it, eyes open is boooring
Pay attention out the people.
Why did he ram it in the first place?
Oh he rammed it because he thought it was a turnstile.
Obviously he didn't SEE IT you eggplant
2-wheel enthusiasts who can agree on nothing except for entry level SV650s and lane splitting.