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Caught myself holding my breath there for a moment! LOL! Glad he appeared to be alright, hope he finds his bike.
 

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Caught myself holding my breath there for a moment! LOL! Glad he appeared to be alright, hope he finds his bike.
Just hope the insurance company doesn't see that video! LOL.

"Yeah it just got swept away in the flood, I looked out my window and it was just gone, I swear!"

I'm sure he pulled some of that muddy water into the engine before it shut off. Not to mention water all around electrical components. If he gets out of there without major repairs then I'd be surprised.

I've gone through low water bridges on my bike before, but I always walk through them first (if there isn't a depth gauge posted). You can never judge how deep it actually is.
 

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Was this in Colorado?
 

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Was this in Colorado?
Yes sir! At least that's what I've heard. This is a repost of a repost of a repost. I tried to find the original video on YouTube but to no avail so far. I'd like to ask the guy if he ever found his bike.
 
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