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Rider Unscathed after Jumping over Car's Bonnet

One of the things which make riding on two wheels more dangerous than driving a car is the fact the the rider is exposed, and this is a major downside when colliding with another vehicle. Even more, due to the very nature of the bike (scooter and sport bikes, and all), it tends to lose balance quite easily when the going gets really tough.
Now, from time to time, being exposed and not "tied" to one's two-wheeler seems like a strike of luck. Now, this kind of luck should read like "the absence of extremely bad luck", but even so, it sometimes is enough.

Watching this video and seeing the way the rider flies over the car's bonnet really proves the above. If a good dose of sheer luck really needs to be found, we might say that it went in the way the rider briefly tumbled once on the road and came back to his feet.

It looks like the card from the right side of the image ran the red light and unfortunately this also serves as a proof that double and triple checking can make a huge difference when approaching certain crossroads.
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