It's not your ROO-Tine bike! The cyclist is almost annihilated by the kangaroos TWICE

The cyclist quickly changes the bicycle lanes to avoid a collision with the roo.

It's not your ROO-Tine bike! The cyclist is almost annihilated by the kangaroos TWICE in just five minutes during an extraordinary morning meeting

  • Look at the incredible images of a cyclist almost annihilated by kangaroos twice
  • The cyclist tries to avoid the roo only so that the animal jumps directly on him
  • A second encounter with a roo that crosses his path occurs a few minutes later

Paula Ahillon for Daily Mail Australia

A cyclist has almost been wiped out by kangaroos twice in less than five minutes during an extraordinary trip early in the morning.

The cyclist & # 39; Neil & # 39; He posted a 26-second video that reveals his close encounters with a small crowd of kangaroos jumping along the road at the Prospect Reservoir in Western Sydney.

In the video, a kangaroo suddenly crosses the path when Neil approaches quickly.

Anticipating the possibility of a collision, Neil urges cyclists in front of him to "slow down" several times.

Then change the bike lanes to avoid hitting the animal, only for the roo to jump directly on it.

The cyclist quickly changes the bicycle lanes to avoid a collision with the roo.

The cyclist quickly changes the bicycle lanes to avoid a collision with the roo.

The first encounter with the roo jumping directly to the cyclist.

The first encounter with the roo jumping directly to the cyclist.

The first encounter with the roo jumping directly to the cyclist.

The cyclist growls at the sudden encounter and manages to keep riding on his bike, while the kangaroo falls on the side of the road.

Soon after, when Neil makes a small turn to his bicycle, he finds another kangaroo that crosses frantically in his path.

"Oh, not again! & # 39; He shouts.

Just five minutes after the first encounter, another kangaroo crosses Neil's path

Just five minutes after the first encounter, another kangaroo crosses Neil's path

Just five minutes after the first encounter, another kangaroo crosses Neil's path

Fortunately, Neil and the two kangaroos escaped injured.

The video was uploaded to YouTube on Wednesday by Cycliq, a business that sells bicycle cameras and security lights based in Perth in Western Australia.

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