Terrifying Motorbike Accident Video Shows Just How Lucky Jack Sanderson Was To Survive Epic Cheshire Crash

02/04/2014 12:19 BST | Updated 02/04/2014 12:59 BST

Be careful on those bikes folks.

That's the resounding message to taken from this incredible head-cam footage posted online by 21-year-old Jack Sanderson.

Remarkably, he didn't need to upload the video from a hospital bed encased in plaster as he escaped the 40ft tumble with only minor injuries.

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Sanderson was riding his 600cc Kawasaki Ninja along the Cat and Fiddle road in the Derbyshire Peak District, a stretch known to be incredibly dangerous.

As he passes his friend and turns a corner he is suddenly on a collision course with an oncoming car.

In a split second he chooses to go over the edge of the road rather than hit the vehicle.

"When I went over the ridge I was like helicopter spinning. I thought, this is it. I’m a gonner."

But he wasn't and he remarkably dusts himself off and walks back up the bank.

He published the video as a warning to others he might not be so lucky in the same situation.

He said: "I put it on YouTube as a kind of deterrent to others not to be as stupid as I was. I always have a camera on my head, it's just for fun normally - but also there if anything more serious happens like this."