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    Share your most scary experience so everyone else can feel your heart jump with you!

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    I suppose you could use the word scary. Not like a gun to your head or a bear attack but the best I have to date, at least while biking. Really thought I would die out there !!


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    My wife almost found out I ditched work early to go ride San Tan by myself, trust me when I say THAT was scary as all hell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcyrus16 View Post
    My wife almost found out I ditched work early to go ride San Tan by myself, trust me when I say THAT was scary as all hell!
    I know what you mean. Maybe thats why I am divorced x 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drjay9051 View Post
    I know what you mean. Maybe thats why I am divorced x 2.
    Nah, they just don't appreciate your enthusiasm I have a hubby that is the same way. My biking habit is misunderstood.

    Back on topic....
    I scared the hell out of a beaver once, does that count?

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    I watched a friend go over the edge on a very exposed trail and fall a couple hundred feet.
    Alcohol may lead nowhere, but it sure is the scenic route!

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    which one do you want?
    bear attack (x3)
    cougar attack
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    4 ex girlfriends and present girlfriend all at the same party
    only one of the bear attacks actually scared me. All the other incidents were just interesting.
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    Bear attack was one of the scariest experiences, rivaled only by the gf I had at 17 give me the "I'm late" speech..

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    Aside from going over the edge on some steep exposure while trail riding, I was once involved in a highway accident in the rain where my car was hit by a jack knifing big rig which put me into uncontrolled spin and I almost went over the edge of an under pass. That was scary.

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    Front splitter came off my car at over 160mph. I ran over it with the drivers side rubber, and my life flashed before my eyes as I regained control in an unwanted sway at speed. One of the last times I drove that car.

    I don't usually get scared in the moment, moreso afterwords, but this made me drop the Cosbys off quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Alberto_ View Post
    Front splitter came off my car at over 160mph. I ran over it with the drivers side rubber, and my life flashed before my eyes as I regained control in an unwanted sway at speed. One of the last times I drove that car.

    I don't usually get scared in the moment, moreso afterwords, but this made me drop the Cosbys off quick.
    What kind of car? On the track? On the road?
    Alcohol may lead nowhere, but it sure is the scenic route!

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    My buddies girlfriend stopped taking birth control and did not tell him. Now he cant ride as much anymore.

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    Almost going over the side of the Big Boulder descent @ D-ville.

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    surfing down an avalanche on my snowmobile, being pinned in a class v rapid on my kayak. the grizzly bear and cougar incidents are up there also. Life has been fricken awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Ninja View Post
    which one do you want?
    bear attack (x3)
    cougar attack
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    4 ex girlfriends and present girlfriend all at the same party
    only one of the bear attacks actually scared me. All the other incidents were just interesting.
    If given the choice, I'd pick a), b), and if one went batshiitecrazy - even c).
    The thought of 4 ex's sharing their pasts with your present is a nightmare bound to create future drama.
    At least the suffering will end, unlike a woman scorned who forever holds a grudge.

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    lol!! be careful with the last one mate, you just don't know when it could turn scary!!

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    3 events come to mind...

    -Landing on my face from an 8 foot drop that I didn't see coming. Pure terror when I saw the drop while sprinting full speed. Screamed like a little girl. My neck is still paying the price 11 years later.

    -Decking from 14' while doing some ice climbing without a rope. Thought I might have been paralyzed due to a really weird rush of warmth while laying there with the wind knocked out of me. Was alone and crawled to my jeep. Got away lucky with just a chipped vertebrae.

    -A nasty ski accident where I hit rocks at full speed, lost a ski, maintained balance, lost another ski, did a BASE jump style superman and landed on my face. Two torn rotator cuffs, a broken arm, and a messed up chest.

    I hope I'm done with stupid/scary stuff like that...
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    Both of these scary stories were from when I was in Desert Storm back in 1990.

    1. Me and my buddy were stopped off the road with my 5 ton cargo truck filled with HETT tires (The tires are about 5 foot tall stood up and require a tirelift to mount and unmount as they are freaking heavy as heck). The rear and sides of the cargo bay swung down so you could load the truck with a forklift.

    As we were talking, the side of the cargo flipped down and one of those honker tires flew very close to my head as it was flying off the truck. Thank God I wasn't in the direct line of the flight path - would have been ugly.

    2. Me, a guy from my platoon, and 2 guys from the 82nd airborne division were in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia waiting for the warrant officer to sign papers for a trailer we were picking up. I was sitting on the curb shooting the bull with the 2 guys from the 82nd and my buddy was checking the tires on the truck out of boredom. An Arab guy walked up and started talking to him and we didn't think too much of it as alot of the locals are curious and never had any issues with them. After a while, the Arab guy pulled out a big knife (the one with the curvy blades on it) and my buddy was pissing all over himself and the two guys from the 82nd walked up to the Arab guy and started beating the tires with 2x4's with extreme predjudice and scared the guy off. I was glad when we left that area - the Arab guy was hollering some Arab stuff and thought he would be back with more than a knife.. Not trying to sound wierd just at that time, it was pretty freaky.
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    Lost it at about 15-20mph and went full speed neck first into a tree. Walked away with some abrasions and a sore neck for about a week. Right before impact I thought I was going to be in serious trouble...freaked me out quite a bit. Lucked out.
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    Sorry to not clarify earlier, but biking experiences only! Thanks

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    Riding the Portal trail in Moab. Scary but fun in a twisted sort of way, I don't think I would do it again, once was enough.


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    14 years old; NBL BMX grands main in Louisville -- can't remember the exact layout of the track as this was a long time ago but it was about 2/3 of the way through the race on probably the second to last straight. I was in 4th and needed to finish in the top 3 of that main in order to finish in the top 5 in my class for the season. Having the brass balls of a 14 year old I decided to make a move to pass the kids in 2nd and 3rd as we were pretty tight, first place was way out in front.

    I thought my best chance to make the pass was to crank as hard as I could out of the berm and air the "big doubles" which were probably like an 18 foot gap. Nothing I hadn't done before, just never in a race or on such short notice. The only kid in my class that was airing those doubles all weekend was the kid in first...hey if he can do it I can do it, right? Yeah, not so much. As soon as I was airborne I knew I was most likely done for. Watching the transition as it came closer and closer was one of the scariest moments, on a bike, that I have experienced to this day. Front-wheel-cased the knuckle, as I had a glimmer of hope that I would be able to get the few extra inches I needed to make it with the front wheel and be able to pump down the backside -- trying to avoid yanking the front end and looping out on the tranny if I did manage to make it that way. In hindsight, I probably should have just yanked the front end and dealt with casing it in the rear or trying to save myself from looping out.

    So, cased the knuckle with the front end, taco'd the wheel, went OTB, broke my collar bone. Obviously finished last and ended up 6th overall for the season which was great but I really wanted to be top five lol.
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    For those of you who have encountered bears and cougars, what part of the country do you live in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by getagrip View Post
    For those of you who have encountered bears and cougars, what part of the country do you live in?
    Here in the foothills of the Colorado Front Range, bears and mountain lions are fairly common. We have both in our neighborhood and out in the trail systems. I've seen bears while riding, but never a mountain lion. They are definitely out there, though, which adds a certain level of paranoia during solo night rides.
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    had the front tire on my pugsley start bouncing the other day at Wissahickon. I grabbed the brakes & tried to get it under control, only to topple off the edge of an 8' cliff and roll 30 feet down a steep ravine until a tree arrested my fall.
    Crashing my motorcycle at 120 mph was certainly scary, as was passing a guy in turn 7 at BeaveRun/ Pittsburgh International Raceway, only to have him stop accelerating as I was behind him. Hit him and high-sided off of the bike at 70 mph, only to get caught between his rear tire and seat section and dragged another 80 feet or more down the track before I was spit out. I spent 30 minutes in the shower, scrubbing rubber out of my abdomen. worse part was that it was a borrowed race bike... I got a new bike out of the deal, too. Grrrr...
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    Quote Originally Posted by getagrip View Post
    For those of you who have encountered bears and cougars, what part of the country do you live in?
    Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada... Cougar attack capital of the world.

    To the OP, one of the bear attacks was bike related and the cougar attack and one of the bear attacks was trail building related. 2 of the ex's and the present gf are mountain bikers (one ex is a roadie, it didn't work out between us).
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    Arrive at a working building fire, paint booth inside is well involved. I was assigned to assist the ladder company in opening the roof of the structure. We go to the roof, make our way to the area above the fire and start opening up. Taking roof vents off, as we're working away for the fire origin area the engine company starts the interior attack. The cold water from the hose stream came in contact with the heated steel structure supporting the roof. The steel distorts and comes off it's support members and the roof starts to drop. We make it to the next partition of the roof and it falls away behind us.

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    Trying to grind up a steep hill, every single muscle pushing as hard as possible, and suddenly needing to pass gas. That moment of what else might become of that is very scary.
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    I watched a friend go over the edge on a very exposed trail and fall a couple hundred feet

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    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    What kind of car? On the track? On the road?
    Road. (Empty I don't need a lecture guys)

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    Couple close calls with some very exposed trails...just like everyone else haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonpqqe View Post
    I watched a friend go over the edge on a very exposed trail and fall a couple hundred feet
    Quote Originally Posted by 007 View Post
    I watched a friend go over the edge on a very exposed trail and fall a couple hundred feet.
    same friend or is this copy & paste week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    same friend or is this copy & paste week?
    Consider this a collision of parallel universes.

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    Was back country camping/backpacking in Yosemite two summers ago with 4 other friends. One guy decided to forgo the tent and sleep in a bivy sack. Which is basically a bag you put your sleeping bag in... at about 5am I woke up to the sound of very heavy breathing/snorting outside my tent. I then watched a large brown bear walk from the side of my tent to the firepit, sniff that, and then waddle over to my friend in the bivy sack and start sniffing him. He was sleeping on his back and the bear's nose was no more than 2-3 inches from his face... Somehow, he slept through the whole thing. After about 2minutes of sniffing, the bear realized my friend wasn't food and headed off into the woods.

    I figured that if he had woken up while this was happening, he would have startled the bear and I would have had to pack him out in one of the bear canisters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjhiker View Post
    Was back country camping/backpacking in Yosemite two summers ago with 4 other friends. One guy decided to forgo the tent and sleep in a bivy sack. Which is basically a bag you put your sleeping bag in... at about 5am I woke up to the sound of very heavy breathing/snorting outside my tent. I then watched a large brown bear walk from the side of my tent to the firepit, sniff that, and then waddle over to my friend in the bivy sack and start sniffing him. He was sleeping on his back and the bear's nose was no more than 2-3 inches from his face... Somehow, he slept through the whole thing. After about 2minutes of sniffing, the bear realized my friend wasn't food and headed off into the woods.
    All I could think was, "When your breath is so bad it scares off a bear...."

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    I've ejected out of a burning airplane, landed one aboard a ship at night with one engine out, taken some pretty good falls rock climbing, and got caught in a badly recirculating hole kayaking the N fork of the Payette, but by a huge margin the scariest thing that ever happened to me was when my 4 year old daughter went missing for about a minute in Disneyland 23 years ago.
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    I saw couple of bulls loose when crossing a field / property to get to the other side of the trail head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX_Shifter View Post
    I saw couple of bulls loose when crossing a field / property to get to the other side of the trail head.

    Thank goodness I was not wearing red or my bike was red

    Which reminds me of a story from wayyyyy back. When I was about 12 years old living in upstate N.Y. I was crossing a farmers field and low and behold there was only one very large black cow hanging out. As I got closer I realized that's not a cow but a HUGE BULL. About the time I realized the danger I was in he charged me. I ran faster than I've ever ran and managed to get over a barb wire fence just in time. He was grunting and snorting and bucking. A mean 2500 LB animal that surly would have ruined my day if I wasn't lucky enough to get over the fence in time.
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    #1 I was riding a rarely used trail in the Southern Sierra and had never been on it before and didn't really know how it worked out.

    It was 108* out and dead air in a canyon with multiple saddles and no shade. I ran out of water about the time I realized I couldn't make it out or back to the trail head. I didn't have a map but had glanced at one before leaving the campground and remembered that a side canyon dropped several miles to a highway.

    I pushed and carried my bike through miles of stinging nettle, then ditched the bike to ensure survival, figuring it was an anchor. I had long stopped sweating and my thought process was was all over the place. I accepted that this was how I was going to die and wondered if I should leave my body out in the open for recovery or stash it under a rock so the critters wouldn't tear it apart. I decided to go until I dropped and soon saw the top of a telephone pole marking the highway. I made it and collapsed. Not long after a driver found me and took me to the hospital. I had told no one where I was going.

    #2 Same place. Different canyon. Same conditions. This time I made it back to my car. My heart was doing weird things and beating erratically so I drove to the same hospital. I tried to sign myself in but couldn't use the pen. My motor skills were shot. spent the day in the ER. At least this time my shuttle driver knew I was out there.

    ETA to the first story. A week later, my girlfriend and I drove back up to the canyon I stumbled out of to retrieve the bike. We started at 4:30 AM and hiked several miles up the dry waterfall. We got to the area where I ditched the bike and I couldn't find it. I thought I had triangulated it's location, but at the time I wasn't thinking straight. If I was I would've marked a waypoint on the GPS I was carrying. An hour passed, and just as I was about to give up, I saw the shine of polished aluminum. By the time we got back to the car, It was 7:30AM and already a hundred degrees. As we drove away, she started screaming at me why the eff I was out there alone, going on and on while I asked if she wouldn't mind shuttling me on JO. lol.

    Two months later we're in Sedona. I start off into Broken Arrow and a hundred yards in, there's that same dead oven air. I call her to pick me up and maybe get lunch until it cools of, then I'll ride. She said I should find a new sport. I broke up with her shortly after we got home.
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    I was on one of NYC's urban mountain biking trails in Queens. A park notorious for man on man encounters. One part of the trail had some boulders and I stumble upon gay porno mags and two sneakers left trailside like someone left in a hurry. Hightailed it out of there before my tail became endangered.

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    some spooky stories here. i had my fair share of falls injuries and accidents but one particular incidenet came in mind when i read this thread. some 10 years ago i was riding alone in a forest near my hometown.it was evening so the area was pretty desolate.while riding i had that feeling someone was following me,i looked back and sure enough a truck was some 50 m behind me, moving at the same pace as i did.so,i stopped and waited for him to pass me but he stopped too. when i sped up, the car did the same.when i slowed down, the car slowed down. after a few minutes i was sure this guy was following me for some reason and i got really scared.i spotted a right turn up the road and sped up and took it .then i threw the bike into the bushes and ran up the hill and hid bihind a tree.the truck stopped at the junction and a guy came out looking around trying to find me.after a couple of minutes he gave up and took off.i ran down and took my bike and got the hell away from there thinking what the f*ck just happend??

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    Quote Originally Posted by getagrip View Post
    For those of you who have encountered bears and cougars, what part of the country do you live in?
    I posted about my Mountain Lion experience elsewhere, but it was on Oathill Mine Rd. just outside of Calistoga.

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    1. My gf (at the time, now my wife) went down a mtb dh trail that was mostly scree. Knocked her out. She rag-dolled to a stop. I remember her wearing a yellow circa '91 Cactus Cup jersey which was covered in blood. I kept looking for where all the blood was coming from and then saw her elbow bone sticking out of her arm. Ouch.

    2. I'd agree with riding Portal (in Moab). I'd rather ride up that trail 4 x's than through it and down once

    3. Got cut off in the woods during a freak thunderstorm in '07. The small creeks we crossed turned into raging rapids, the single track was 4-5" deep with rain water, and the lightening strikes were within 20-30' of our heads. You could feel, hear, and see the lightening hit the trees above and then see them explode into little tooth picks.

    4. Busted 6 ribs JRA'ing on a trail I've ridden dozens of times. Was day dreaming about work and post ride beer, then WHAM!!! A white light and I am laying face down in the dirt. Can't breath, can't move, can't scream, and was riding alone. That was 2 weeks ago and I still can't remember what happened. Took me a week to remember the white light; my memory ends about 60' before where I woke up.

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    Riding a motorcycle on some narrow mountain roads in Peru. Roads with no guard rails, 1000 foot drops and sharing that road with madmen taxi drivers in little white Toyota Corolla wagons. Oy!

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    Wow that's way too close for comfort.

    Oh another one: out on a sunrise swim from remote island on Thailand's Andaman coast, got caught in a very strong current that was fixing to sweep me off to Burma. Managed to swim out of it and climb out on some oyster encrusted rocks a km from the bungalow.

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    Like Vader's post #15...

    Being potentially immobilized by heat while solo is pretty scary. Fighting leg cramps to soldier on, alternately pushing and pedaling the bike, not knowing if resting will help recovery or hasten immobilization. Thoughts stray to the grim..."so this is how it starts..." Midweek, nobody anywhere nearby — for a reason. No communications, plan not effectively conveyed to anyone. An encyclopedic list of what not to do mountain biking. It unravels pretty quickly...

    At least I carry a beacon now, so if I have the strength to pull it, someone might find my carcass eventually. Better still, I convey the plan to someone beforehand, take enough hydration, and have better sense to call it off before the point of no return. Slicing it thin can be fun when it goes your way, but my knife isn't as sharp as it was.

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