Silly Rider Fails to Load Bike on Truck, Hurts Himself [Video]
So, what's next? Load the beast on a trailer, but wait, you ain't got one. Instead you have a pickup truck... hmm, this might just work. So, you've got the bike, the truck, some aluminium ramps and plan to ride the bike to the back of the car.
The plan is really good up to this point, but there is something missing: common sense and a tiny bit of 3rd grade engineering skills. You've secured the car with the parking brake, and have attached the aluminium ramps to the back of the pickup. All seems ok, it's just that the ramp is pretty steep.. for you at least.
Now, there's two choices. First one, the 3rd grade engineering skills would have you pulling the truck with the back to the side of the alley, where the earth is risen up and there's also concrete, making sure nothing slips off. The higher the standing point of the ramp, the smaller its angle. And guess what? Easier loading.
Choice two is failing to see the higher concrete structure and attempting to ride the bike straight up the ramp twice, to no good end. Of course, the fact that you KNOW you are not skilled enough for such a move (despite the fact that it's no big deal, really), will not deter you.
Therefore you pick up your heart, throttle up, stop where you should actually keep on throttling, then fall like a brick, hurting your hand. The bike is ok, it had crashbars. And then you post the video and claim that hurting your hand was badass. Lol.