A 5-year-old girl riding a "half bike" in tandem with her father experienced a thrill of a lifetime during one of the monthly Twilight Cycling Rides at the famed Laguna Seca road course in Salinas, California, and her father captured the precious moments on video.
Before embarking on the 11-turn, 2.2-mile road course with his daughter, Matt Woodworth "had the idea to put the GoPro on the bike and point it toward Juliette in case she had any memorable reactions to the corkscrew," he told GrindTV via Jukin Media.
The corkscrew, a one-of-a-kind turn in motorsports, drops 59 feet between the entrance of Turn 8 to the exit of Turn 8A -- the equivalent of a 5 1/2-story drop in only 450 feet of track length.
Juliette didn't disappoint. Her reactions to the wind and speed in the corkscrew are priceless:
Juliette responded with a "yeeeaaahhh" and an "aaahhh," and jokingly (we think) declared, "we're gonna crash, we're gonna crash," all the while making precious facial expressions.
According to Jukin, Juliette also asked near the end of the video, “Daddy, do you want to hear me sing my fall-down song?”
At one point, for a split second, Juliette even let go of her handlebars, which probably didn't go over too well with dad when he watched the video later.
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