I often find myself asking:
Where does that highway lead to? What drives people to ride their bikes in insane locations? As someone who doesn’t even think riding a bike on the street is safe (I live in Florida so trust me it’s not), it always amazes me when I see someone risking their life by riding on the side of a mountain.
Needless to say then, when I saw this video of Danny Macaskill riding along Cuillin Ridgeline in Scotland, I was astounded. Even though he totally wimps out by walking his bike up to some of the peaks, he manages to make up for it by riding real close to the edge a lot.
Charlie Crespo (@Little_Utopia) is the editor-in-chief of Little Utopia.
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That is one long tire commercial. Sure makes for one hell of a postcard. Seriously I think we found what’s missing from the Tour De France the risk of serious Goddamn injury. This guy is clearly doping and lacks any natural talent, jokes aside he does have at least one thing Lance Armstrong does not…2 balls because Even if I was airlifted up there I wouldn’t feel remotely safe. I was waiting for this dude to make fire with some sticks and chill with a Wilson beach ball after a long days ride. Coulda finished with Doc Brown appearing outta the sky in the Dolorian introducing this crazy bicycle front flipping, fence hurdling motherfucker to a hover board. But I digress, it was amazing enough to get me to listen to that song of some autistic kid trying to say his alphabet to the beat of Bitter Sweet Symphony for 6 and half minutes Bravo human bicycle man Bravo.