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Worst-Case Scenario: Mountain Bike Accident

Worst Case Scenario is a survival skills television series hosted by Bear Grylls on the Discovery Channel. Bear Grylls shows how to survive in different natural cataclysms, man-made disasters, accidents, and other non-standard situations.

33 Comments

  • + 22
 If you ever find yourself in this worst case scenario there are a few key point to remember. 1. never ever ride with fat friends on shitty bikes close to steep hills. 2. Dont let Grylls destroy your bike! 3. Suck it up, be a man and get back on that bike!
  • + 9
 haha, I'm super stoked to see mountain biking getting recognized on TV, but the their combination of equipments vs. their bikes was pretty funny... along with the victoms handful of front brake. All that said can't really make a difference to your regular viewer who doesn't really ride.
  • + 9
 Sure, everyone takes with himself to biking a rope a knife, and a carabiner, but don't take tire levelers.:S
  • + 1
 i take a mutli tool with a a knife on it lol
  • - 2
 ahhhhh so sick best two things ever bear grylls and biking
  • + 3
 i like the way he had rope and a knife but no tyre levers
  • + 3
 you man up and walk home hahah... i had to walk 2 miles home with a fully torn acl and im in ship shape Razz
  • + 2
 Hahaha, Bear just brought a whole new level to paranoia. Pretty much everyone I know has a "horror" story, but they're just like, yeah, I rode out after I cut my leg and head off.

And so now he dragged the guy up the hill. So what? Like he still has no cell reception...what is he supposed to do, carry the guy out? Just make sure he isn't dying and then ride to town dumbass.
  • + 1
 that was retarded that would take just as long as it would to ride back to ur car haha
  • + 5
 Am I the only one who found this really ridiculous? I mean seriously, strapping a bike to a tree and making a pulley system with like 40 feet of rope? Haha.
  • + 2
 I first saw this on TV and was really hopeful. Then I watched it. But I still love you Bear.
  • + 2
 Instead of all that rope,isn't it better to carry a satellite phone? Big Grin
The episode might have some inaccuracies,but I still enjoyed watching it.
  • + 3
 To be fair who cycles to the edge of a drop then slams the front brakes on ?
  • + 2
 I'm for sure inviting mr. grylls along on my next bike trip Razz who else would think to make a pulley out of a bike. lol
  • + 1
 read the comment belowWink
  • + 1
 I love the people who are picking holes in this and completely ignoring the basic survival principles he is trying to convey.
  • + 2
 nice, everyone take 30m of rope on trip Smile
I rly like his programs but that was weak
  • + 1
 Id say it was more than likely the AMAZING argos £99 bike's they were on to be honest
  • + 1
 Im sry bot ho the hell got that much rope?
And hes leg is broken. Why cant he help Grylls pulling him up using his own arms?
  • + 3
 LOL at the pos bikes...
  • + 1
 the one thing i took away from this vid:
if you r biking never do it with bear gyrlls
  • + 1
 BEAR GRYLLS HAS GOT THA SKILLZ!!!!
  • + 1
 im pretty sure that guy who crashed should not have been allowed to ride
  • + 1
 About the only think a bike like that should ever be used for. lol
  • + 1
 the camera man aint doing nothing
  • + 1
 Jessy should learn how to brake properly
  • + 1
 i just love how he doesnt see the edge of the cliff and he falls off...
  • + 1
 because you have time for all of that in a life threatening situation...
  • + 1
 ahhhh no the bike ha ha
  • + 1
 SLASH THE TYRE? fml
  • + 1
 i take rambo knife
  • + 1
 overly complicated!
  • + 1
 Macgyver Lives!

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