This Doesn't Look Good at All

We all can figure out that some ideas are bad even before they're put to work, and this descent seems like one of these.
While we know ATV's have incredibly reliable suspensions and they can really perform well in the most extreme places, there is one thing they're not able to do, and that is steer for themselves.

Despite the very steep gradient, it's obvious the ATV could descend without too much effort, but the only one condition needed for success missed altogether: the rider keeping the front wheels in the grooves and maybe letting the engine brake work its magic.

Unfortunately, he steers a bit to the right, just enough for the quad to lose balance and launch him to the ground several meter below with a solid thud. However, it looks like both man and machine are alright, if the ATV should need some minor repairs. Lucky for not having the quad tumbling atop of him...
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