TV host Grant Denyer in horror bike crash two minutes after this smiling selfie – as he blames ‘d**kheads’ for ‘huge stack’
Grant Denyer had a horrendous accident on Tuesday after some reckless bike riding.
The TV presenter was so excited to be training for the Bathurst 12 Hour endurance race with his friend Mick that he forgot safety comes first and had a ‘huge stack’.
The 45-year-old shared a selfie on Instagram that was taken just two minutes before the accident, and explained in the caption how he and Mick had crashed while attempting to pull off side-by-side wheelies.
Grant Denyer (right) had a horrendous accident on Tuesday after some reckless bike riding with his friend Mick (left). This selfie was taken just two minutes before the pair crashed while attempting to pull off side-by-side wheelies
Just moments before the brutal stack, the former Family Feud host took a photo of himself and his friend riding along on their bicycles.
‘No joke, two mins after this photo we had a huge stack doing wheelies and clipping handlebars. D**kheads,’ Denyer wrote in the caption.
‘Putting in the big yards for the Bathurst 12 Hour this weekend. Doing a lot of riding. New to it. As our crash proves.’
The television presenter was so excited to be training for the Bathurst 12 Hour with his friend Mick, he forgot safety comes first as he had a ‘huge stack
‘Thanks, Mick, from the Bathurst Aqua Park for being a great training partner. Most of the time…’ he joked.
Speaking with his cyclist friends in the comments, the former motor racing driver revealed he ‘ended up in the scrub’.
‘Two hands for beginners, legend,’ one of his friends said.
Sharing the news to Instagram, Denyer revealed he and his friend attempted to pull off side-by-side ‘wheelies’ when they crashed into scrubs
‘Was fun until it wasn’t! Took each out and ended up in the scrub. Naturally we did it on the last kilometre of the run. It’s always the “last run” isn’t it,’ Denyer replied.
Denyer will be taking part in the Bathurst 12 Hour, an international endurance race, which will be held from Friday to Sunday.
The former Sunrise weather presenter has a colourful history in motorsports after competing the Sandown 500, Bathurst 1000 and the Australian GT Championship.
Denyer will be taking part in the Bathurst 12 Hour, an international endurance race, which will be held from Friday to Sunday