Rising road racing star Adam McLean was involved in a spectacular crash at the Easter Monday Ulster Superbike meeting at Kirkistown in Co. Down.
McLean came off in the second Supersport race on his McAdoo Racing Kawasaki.
Fortunately, the Tobermore rider was able to get to his feet and he hitched a ride back to the paddock on the rear of another rider’s machine.
The 22-year-old had earlier won the first Supersport race at the ‘King of Kirkistown’ meeting to make it three short circuit wins in a row on the ZX-6R after he clinched a double at the Enkalon Trophy event at Bishopscourt on Saturday.
McLean has been using the short circuit meetings for track time ahead of this weekend’s opening Irish road race at the Cookstown 100.