Cyclist survives mauling from brown bear in Alaska
The cyclist in a rural borough of Alaska managed to survive after he dropped to the ground to cover his head, kicking at the bear. Alaska Wildlife Troopers were notified of the attack after a man who was cycling along the Jack River noticed from 30 feet away that the bear charged at the rider, telling local media that the predator was been triggered by the motion of the bike. Cycling Weekly
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