Tour de France 2015 Stage 3 crash - OGE Mechanic Cam

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Alejandro Chavez : This guy is a beast!! Wow he's 100% efficient at his job as a mechanic! I'm so impressed and inspired by him, he speaks 4 different languages in this video! So smart

Sergii Raspopov : Big respect to this people!!! Mechanics really know the way to resolve any difficult situation!!! Bravo!

Brover Hood : Is it the trailer for the new Call of Duty ?

Jesse Reith : The screaming of the hurt riders horrifies me

Geoffrey Dapper : Even with all the chaos of team cars, mechanics and media running around- he still is polite and excuses himself for bumping into someone. OGE this is why you are hands down my one and only team to follow. Best wishes to a fast recovery to the OGE crew. Love you gents.

MyBestBUDDYIsAGoat [Rose] : What an insight this is to us spectators, hope everyone is alright!!! You all are so inspiring <3

howard9110 : GREAT Upload guys. That is mahem!

Gizem Unsal : That was so cool to watch! Well done mechanic! Hope everybody feels better soon.

Jason Parrish : The moaning is disturbing...

Chris Simpson : Fantastic use of French and Spanish while unde pressure as well. Shows how talented all involved in sports fan be :)

Bike Hugger : Stage 3 crash with Mechanic Cam

santiagobenites : Is that Michael Matthews staggering around, looking a little dazed and confused, searching for his bike? Amazing that he even got back on, never mind finished the stage!

Jack Harley : For some reason this is one of my favourite vids of yours of all time. Love it (not the crash though!)

Colspex : He is like a bike medic during bike WW2.

John Freeman : I haven't followed cycling in more than 15 yrs. This is incredible to watch. I think I counted 3 languages from the mechanic and a pretty decent lap time car to ride and rtn. Hope your riders heal well. Thanks for sharing.

Harri James : This mechanic is a hero, absolutely on it throughout the mayhem #OGE

Sbflamme : You guys are impressive. Riders, mechanics, staff. These insight footages make the the race so real and unfortunately so sad as well sometimes. Thank you for sharing these images

Grégoire Greg : Vive Le tour de France et vive la France! Cocoricoooo!!!!

Supa Flask : Wow this guy can run faster than most tour de France competitors.

roostewrum : Thanks for the video Dan. We cringe when we see a spectacular crash, but this video lays out what is really happening in the aftermath.

RicoH : Amazing mechanic 100% leader

Toby Evans : A real eye opening insight into the professionals who work for the teams, not just the riders. Orica consistently raise the standard for communicating with the audience, this was closer to war reportage then sports coverage. Well done to all involved

gérard Delautel : bon rétablissement a tout les bléssé et surtout au francais de la francaise des jeux qui est parti a l'hopital bon rétablissement a tous a bientot sur le vélo vive les cycliste du tour de france

Jack Kane Custom Bicycles : Amazing footage.  No new helmet??

footlappen : This man is not only a mechanic, hes a Hero! Running up and down , fixing bikes , consoling the riders, speaking 3 languages, all in a days work!

BaconBaconBaconable : I felt at any time the camera wound pan down to the right and there would be a rider with an outstretched arm screaming i.e. that scene from Saving Private Ryan

Innis Mor : Spartacus is the man ... L3 and L4 are cracked and he gets back on his horse .... "Sorry folks, but I got to get this Yellow Jersey to the finish line, even if it is for another rider going forward."

Masaaki Sakaura : こんなに大変だとわ知らなかった

Team Steam Racing : Please keep uploading videos from the tour, as bad as this event was, the on board footage is amazing!

Andrea Roll : very interesting insight, all pro sports should follow this examples

jhrdn : The sights and sounds are horrific.

Paris Parle : On se croirait dans un putain de FPS !

Peter Pasieka : Horrible crash, just horrible. Hope everyone recovers quickly. Great video from the mechanic view. What a different perspective then seeing it from the helicopter TV view.

Pan 247th : Love seeing the important supporting staff behind the podiums! You do a great job taking care of your guys.

David Genest : A true guardian angel !

timmothey : I saw the stage today, the crash was mental! Get well soon you guys. Hopefully it's not too bad.

Asgaro : RIP!

Heather Deacon : A very unique video. Thanks for posting.

ashleyy : I've seen this video like 15 times and I think that's Daryl like crying in pain ?

xi IMPULSE - 5000 Abonnés : Yoooo' Abonne toi a ma chaine, j'suis hyper marrant ! :D

TimberWolvesX X : stupid sport

Starfishrider : Good job and really interesting new aspect. 10+

Cycling Maven : Thanks for doing this guys. Great insight.

ร้อยเอ็ดทีวี : Great job Mr. mechanic hope all team are ok soon!!!! good luck.....

Andy Kühn : Psychopathen helfen sich ja auch nicht gegenseitig! Gewinnen ist alles, Mitgefühl ist eine Niederlage!

Mattéo Blachère : c'est de la merde ils ne tombent même pas cette bande connards !!! 😎😎😎😎

Remnii : The clap at 6:10 was an interesting way to get the guys attention. A small cultural difference.

heymarjorie1 : Oh my god. This is hard to watch, but of course amazing as well. I think this is a first for a video showing the race from the bike mechanic's vantage point. It highlights how stressful it can be for everyone in the race - seeing how calm the mechanic was in the face of such carnage was impressive. Props to the mechanics. Can't do the race without them.

Erick Benjamin : Je suis un très grand fan du tours de France mais trop de chute et d'abandon ce n'est pas évident

Gyodofer : EXCELENTE VIDEO QUE BUEN TRABAJO, SE OCUPAN DE TODO, SERIEDAD, PROFESIONALISMO, NO HAY DESCONTROL.....lastima el golpe, espero no sean heridas graves, pero parecio excelente el trabajo de este mecanico...