The annual race on the Isle of Man is perhaps one of the deadliest in the world, seeing on average two-to-three riders killed every year. Not many of those that come off their bikes are lucky enough to walk away and tell the tale.

Guy Martin is one of those lucky few, having contested 12 Isle of Man TT since 2003, and at this years event saw a rider error issue sending him skidding along the rode at ridiculous amounts of speed.

Understandlabley this left Martin a bit shook up, and the normally bubbly, energetic rider was struggling to put words together. Listen to the experience in his own words to find out what it feel like to crash, and walk away, at the Isle of Man TT:

But this wasn't the first, or worst, crash that Martin has had at the Isle of Man TT — check out this fiery smash up back in 2010: 


Jaden Martin

Growing up inhaling paint fumes and bog dust at his old man's panel shop, Jaden is a qualified word bender that has obtained a 'brofessional' diploma in car building from years of trial and error. He's currently trying to finish his creation of Australian-based debauchery crammed with Japanese- and Euro-inspired goodness. You'll find him writing for NZ Performance Car and producing content online.

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