From James Bond 'Golden Eye'
Pierce Brosnan's debut as Bond in Golden Eye plunges him straight into the deep end with arguably the most dramatic motorcycle scene the James Bond institution has ever produced. As is becoming rather evident, the secret agent tends to use motorcycles solely to escape from his villains. In the snowy surroundings of Switzerland, Bond finds himself the target of the Swiss army. After being hunted down by several Swiss soldiers, he manages to steal one of their Cagiva 600 W16 motorbikes. After throwing a militant out of a moving plane on the runway, he speeds towards it and launches himself off the end of the mountainside. A nail-biting scene follows where Bond lets go of the motorcycle and miraculously glides into the nose-diving plane.
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