(COLORADO) -- A man on his bike in Colorado crashed into a bear. Fifty-three-year-old Tim Egan was riding his bike in Left Hand Canyon when -- he says -- a bear appeared in front of him.
Egen hit the bear.
His bike flipped over.
And egan came crashing down to the ground -- hard.
That's when he and the bear got a good look at one another.
"This bear looked at me with a look of terror on his face and sort of made a noise. I looked at him with a look of terror and we both kind of went 'aah!'"
Egan was going about forty-five miles an hour when he hit the bear.
He cracked some ribs and had some cuts on his head and body. But he'll be o-k.
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