Depends, its easier than bull riding in many aspects. Such includes how hard the animal can buck, the difficulty for the rider to maintain balance and how badly the injuries both during and after the ride. Bareback riding can be very hard on the cowboys body including his riding arm. Many riders can get their hand caught in the rigging and brake most of the bones in their hand, wrist and arm. All rough stock events are dangerous in their own way. i guess the biggest difference between the two is a horse will never purposely step on you, while a bull Will!
The bull is exerting a force on the rider which is 10x greater than the rider's force. Because the bull's mass is so large, when it bucks, it causes the rider to fly and fling.
It is said that the only thing more dangerous than cheerleading is bull riding. You do the math!
The song says "it's going to be wilder than any eight second ride" which refers too bull riding where the objective is to stay on the bull for 8 seconds
Slate is harder than shale
golf is harder
is gymnastics harder than dance?
as rod machado says in Microsoft flight simulator 2004, "if flying an airplane is like riding a bicycle, then flying a helicopter is like riding a unicycle... while juggling" so... yes.
i believe teeth are harder than metal. Are teeth harder harder than bones? And does it depend where in the body the bones are?I heard that bones are harder than cement and teeth are made from the same material as bones, so I don't think they are harder than metal.(If cement is harder than metal that is)
No, diamond is harder than enamel.
no, teeth are harder than rocks
plastic is harder than rubber