Danny MacAskill is a Scottish street trials pro rider, born and raised in Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. On April 19th, 2009 the then 23-year-old released a five-and-a
MacAskill’s “Cascadia” turned out to be a film that will make a vast majority of sphincters squeeze. With a GoPro on his helmet, the rider grants viewers a first hand experience of how it looks like to risk your life, riding your bike across roofs, and doing backflips while you’re at it.
Surely, a lot of preparation must have preceded this film. Plus some tweaking – no way that that wooden beam was just accidentally perfectly laying there. But it’s freaking breathtaking, nevertheless. Stunting and balancing yourself all the way down to the ocean: we sure as hell could not have survived it.
If you are impressed by MacAskill’s skills (!), you can give him a follow on Facebook or Instagram. And did you know he just released a film he’s been working on all summer? Check it out! And if you’re more the reading type of person: he also just published a book.
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