Tuesday, February 24, 2009


Can you believe a motor Cycle killed this HUGE GRIZZLY.
This grizzly was hit by a Harley on Lolo
Pass. This is the pass between
Lolo, MT and Kooskia, ID. USA

Look at the claws on that sucker!
Sorry thanks to Barry
Prize for anyone who guessing his weight ?
Cheers PB


  1. Hi Peter, it was really killed by a motorcycle? If so what happened to the motorcyclist? By

  2. thanks for following, no one will let us know ???
    but he must have been going fast to kill 1200 pounds of killing machine. Hope he is ok. But can you imagine hitting a wall at 60mph
    WOW pb
    please pass this on to others in hope
    cheers PB

  3. thanks for visiting.
    I've followed your website.
    It's great. :)

  4. Yikes, a bleeding teddy bear!
    not looking very cuddly up close...

  5. I hope take Harley rider had been thrown ten feet in the air, and fell with a thud on his head and will spend the rest of his life in a wheel chair.
    Such a big bear and he didn't see it. TSK!TSK!TSK! but be going to fast that he thought he own the road.

    Animal lover.

  6. Hi PB,

    Sorry about my harsh comment, I apologise to the rider. I hope he wasn't too hurt or in shock. I have nothing against bike riders.

    Two evenings ago, a four year old in my neighbourhood just dashed out of the road and was run over and killed. The driver said he couldn't see the child. It was a sad sad case.

  7. I do not obtain to believe everything this. I wait that the motorcyclist has flied at the moment of the shock with this monster…

  8. omg, you sure that a motor bike caused that?

  9. Dan

    Am interested in Hog rider. all we see is Bear on truck. Bear & truck accident, makes sense.
    Did Hog rider survive, more to story they can't release. Someone run down more info.
    Nor fair leaving us hanging !!!!

  10. This bear was hit by a truck, not a Harley-Davidson and this story (which claimed the rider spent three days in the hospital before being released) is just another internet hoax.

  11. Here are links to the real story.