Any kind of racing is dangerous and you don't have to be going fast or fall hard to get killed, just land wrong. Actually, at least in MX and flat track, many injuries and deaths are a result of getting hit by their own bike during the crash or by another rider's after the fact. In woodsy stuff like Grand Prix, Enduro and Hare Scrambles...:dry:...it's usually those blasted trees. Really no rhyme or reason to where they put those things, ya' know...:dunno:...they can just appear outa' nowhere. :dry: A lotta' trees out there that have absolutely no business bein' where they are.I've always wanted to go see the Isle of Man races. Dramatic speeds and scenery. Probably the world's most dangerous sporting event, though. On average, two riders dies every year in the TT series.