Then he whined about it on Instagram. "at least everyone can see it wasn't my fault , apparently this guy was pro 😳"
But that was after he slammed the bike to the ground -- cracking it in two.
And it gets better: It wasn't his bike. It was a friend's. His is in the shop.
He later added, "When you heart rate is above 190 and you train all year for finals and get crashed out ... there are a lot of feelings running through you....I wasn't the one in the front , that was the rider who crashed us all out I had to avoid hurting others and hit the wall, at 38 mph."
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