This is a scary scene I never want to be a part of. Thank goodness he was on a bike...
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A mountain biker nearly became a black bear's lunch in Montana ... with the wild animal ferociously chasing the cyclist down a hill -- and the insane scene was caught on video!!

The tense moments all went down in Whitefish about a year ago (though the video was just released by Montana Knife Company this week) ... when a bike rider got the surprise of a lifetime as he barreled down a steep mountain path.

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18 Comments
That bear was damn lucky. That was Chuck Norris on that bike.
Reply17 days
Public service announcement. Playing dead with a black bear is not advisable. You are supposed to play dead for grizzlies.
Reply17 days
Smart bear, taking the angles and closing the distance!
Reply17 days
The bear just wants to play. No biggie.
Reply17 days
Nope.
Reply18 days
I thought bears couldn’t run down hill
Reply18 days
That biker is very lucky that bear didn't take off a couple of seconds earlier than what it did! The biker would of been a "Snack"!
Reply18 days
PLAY DEAD! PLAY DEAD!
18 days
Maybe it was the angle, but I think I could take that bear if I was armed with a bicycle. It looked pretty small.
Reply18 days
not a chance. That bear would take what it wants and not much an unarmed man can do about it. It would be like trying to wrestle with several chainsaws that are trying to slap you.
18 days
I don’t know about the bear, but that dude on the bike certainly shite in the woods.
Reply18 days
well done, sir.
18 days
No way in hell to run away from one of those things
Reply18 days
Im thinking the bear was just running down hill.
Reply18 days
Yeah can't tell if the biker even knew the bear was chasing him.
17 days
Agree. The bear never changes angles. I think it was just running straight down hill.
17 days
Wow. He bearly got away.
Reply18 days
niiiiiice.
18 days
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