Terrifying moment when motorcyclist only gets ‘two fingers of death’ when motorcyclists race past him on the wrong side of the road at a speed of 100 km / h
- Shocking images show that Arthur Mallejac narrowly avoids disasters in Belgium
- Three motorcyclists race past him on a single track close to the lakes of Eau d’Heure
- Video then shows one of the injured motorcyclists along the way
This is the shocking moment when a Belgian motorcyclist was several centimeters away from the disaster after three other motorcyclists stormed him on the wrong side of the road.
The notable video, which translates as ‘two fingers of death’, has seen 400,000 views since its upload on Monday.
The GoPro footage shows Arthur Mallejac, wearing the YouTube account name Piston, traveling near the Eau d’Heure lakes – a lovely spot popular for fishing, kayaking and windsurfing near the village Cerfontaine and about 16 km from the French border.
Riding a Yamaha YZF-R125, the 20-year-old from Waterloo, near Brussels, accelerates the rural one-lane road and reaches a top speed of 95 mph.
However, as he approaches a slight slope on the road, Arthur unexpectedly encounters headlights on his side of the road.
Shocking footage shows how three bikes suddenly whiz past Arthur Mallejac – two on his left and one on his right – missing him at the narrowest margin at a Belgian beauty spot
Three bikes suddenly whiz past him – two on his left and one on his right – missing him on the narrowest margin.
A slow-motion replay edited afterwards shows exactly how close a miss was.
The shocked motorcyclist is forced to slow down and the video is shown on the side of the road, discussing the incident with a friend.
The shocked motorcyclist told his YouTube followers that he was ‘very happy to be able to write to you and be alive’
The footage then continues to show a rider who is injured on the road next to a badly damaged green bicycle, similar to one of the three that ran past him earlier.
Arthur told his subscriber base of nearly 1,200 people: “I am very happy to be able to write to you and still be alive after avoiding a few inches of crazy motorcyclists.”