Yamaha R6 Crashed in the Silliest Way Possible

Some speed bumps have odd positioning, but no matter how pointless they might seem to some, they're there and riders would better heed them. Or try to find a way past them, but it looks like for some, doing so is not the easy task whose good accomplishment we'd all take for granted.
So here we are, with a guy riding a neat Yamaha R6 and thinking that he'd be better off slowly squeezing around the raised patch in the middle of the road. Nothing wrong so far, we all do this from time to time, not willing to ride the bump, or too lazy to ride afoot.

However, there's a big difference between simply riding around the bump and losing the front wheel in the gravel and grass at such a slow speed, crashing in the silliest way possible. The guy was doing 23 mph (37 km/h) and at this speed he only needed like 5 off to make it safely past the bump.

It looks like the speed bump worked even so, if we look at how quickly the bike slowed down. A really good lesson, watch and learn.
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