Transcript for Motorcyclist Reveals His Thoughts on Life-Saving Somersault
We have an almost unbelievable caught on camera. The motorcyclist goes flying and somehow somehow lands on his feet. This morning we're hearing from is on the story. He admits he did gymnastics but nothing that could have prepared him for this. It's so wild even the guy cartwheeling through the air still has a hard time believing it. I didn't know I rolled like that. Reporter: Michael smith was on his way to lump in Clearwater last month when a car make a left turn cut him off forcing the motorcycle to crash into it smith catapulting into the air, flipping, rolling and incredibly walking away. And then when I realized I was up in the air, I just thought to myself, like, okay, I could land on my head or feet and I hit my feet and rolled up and got up. Got up with no serious injuries. His friends, not totally buying the story of the acrobatic accident that left the 22-year-old's bike totaled until this video was released. He gets up and walks. Reporter: The driver of the car ticketed for making an improper left turn and driving with a suspended license. And smith got a summons for not having a license to operate a motorcycle. But he says he's getting that taken care of this week and will be back out riding again. I'm built tough. That's all I can say. I'm built very tough. Reporter: Tough and considering a fitting new career. I will be a stuntman. I'll do all the things that they do and enjoy it and have no problem doing it. I'll commit all day for real. A stuntman. Not a bad plan, right? Although he is still in some pain and seeing a choir tracker a few days a week he says he is undeterred. Built tough but not built modest. At all. He'll be back out there without a helmet, he says. The ladies will be calling him soon. Without a helmet? He wasn't a wearing helmet in that and won't again. Taking his chances. We turn to/medical miracle.
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