This grizzly was hit by a Harley on Lolo Pass, between Lolo, Montana and Kooskia, Idaho.
Lolo Pass, elevation 5,233 feet (1,595 m) is a mountain pass in the northern Rocky Mountains on the border between the U.S. states of Montana and Idaho approximately 25 miles (40 km) west-southwest of Missoula, Montana.
It is famous as the location where the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed the summit of the Bitteroot Range via the Lolo Trail on their outward and return journeys in 1805-06.
Look at the claws on that sucker!
The biker spent three days in the hospital and the hog's a wreck!
Lesson learned: Don't go Bear Hunting with a Harley, they don't last but one hunt!