The unnamed 27-year-old smashed into the Audi A6 as he was captured swerving on to the wrong side of the road on the vehicle’s dashcam.
The motorbike rider was rushed to hospital with a serious brain injury following the incident in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
The horror smash took place in September last year, but the rider is still receiving treatment for his injuries six months on.
The horrifying ordeal was captured on the car's dashcam
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I loved my bike but initially underestimated the dangers and overestimated my ability
Martin Surl, police and crime commissioner
In the clip, the motorcyclist can be seen veering into the path of the oncoming car just before 9pm along Jubilee Way.
The in-vehicle footage then shows the man bounce on to the windscreen, before being flung to the side.
Three other motorcyclists ride past the scene before a male in a white top can be seen making a phone call – presumably to emergency services.
The devastating crash happened in Gloucestershire
The 27-year-old was soon taken to hospital for treatment to his serious injuries, while the driver was unhurt.
Gloucestershire Police says it is not planning to take legal action against anyone as a result of the collision.
While the cause of the crash is not known, road safety campaigners are urging motorists to take extra care.
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The 27-year-old rider suffered serious injuries
The county’s police and crime commissioner, Martin Surl, warned: “Motorcyclists are extremely vulnerable on the roads, and more must be done to increase awareness of the dangers they face.
"Crashes and casualties cause immeasurable loss and trauma for the victims, their families and friends, so it's incredibly important that we promote and deliver effective road safety.
"I was once a keen motorcyclist but not a very good one. I loved my bike but initially underestimated the dangers and overestimated my ability – not a good mix.”
The driver of the Audi A6 was unharmed in the smash
His calls have been echoed by the local councillor responsible for road safety, Nigel Moore, who added: ”Whether you're a rider or driver, sharing the roads with responsibility for others is the message from our Road Safety Partnership.
"If riders and drivers want to improve their riding and reduce their risk they should keep-it-REAL – Read the road, Expect others to make mistakes, Anticipate the dangers and act in good time and stay Legal and ride or drive within the rules."
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