Snake hitches ride on motorcycle (gas, engine, trike, mph)
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Well this is entertaining.
A snake was resting on the engine of a motorcycle.
It slithered out as the engine got too hot while in use, as the rider was going over 160mph.
It makes its way out into view at the 12 second mark coming from behind the dashboard on the right.
It actually looks to me as if it strikes to get enough momentum - not to bite - to get across the handle bars / front of gas tank going from right to left at the 14 second mark.
Anybody know what kind of snake it is?
It may be helpful to remove the add at the bottom of the screen and to enlarge the view to full screen to see this.
I saw that on Jalopnik yesterday. No idea what kind of snake it is, but it was probably as "scared" as snakes get and had no interest in that rider. Fortunately for the rider he didn't panic and crash.
Between the time I saw the snake, recalled what the speedometer said, and got to the hospital, clean underwear would have been futile that morning!
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