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    Senior Member Hodakaguy's Avatar
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    You don't see this every day!



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    I was taken out by a deer while riding a BMW R/75, no fun at all!
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    Guy's just lucky it was not a Lion or Leopard! If that was the case I don't think a helmet would have helped.

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    My buddy was kicked in the head by a deer as it jumped over his quad when we were hunting in Utah. I thought that was a total fluke, but I'd listen to the gods and take up needlepoint if I was deliberately full-on broadsided by a buck on open plains while riding a mountain bike.



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    Maybe it was just playing a game of tag or rugby.

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    Never been broadsided, but was the broadsider against a moose while snowmobiling. Luckily not squared up. Was ready to bail and then thought I could sneak behind her, but ended up clipping her leg with the hood and tripped her. She got up and kept on a walking and I was thankful she didn't look to have anything broken. I'm really hoping there's no such thing as karma.
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