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The new Danny MacAskill bike freestyle film looks like your typical Scotland tourism video until the 34-second mark when he does an aerial front flip off a wall at Edinburgh Castle.
After MacAskill's original video went ballistic on YouTube about two years ago (it currently has 21.5 million views), his new sponsors at Red Bull asked him to make another video around his hometown of Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye.
The video, released Tuesday, already had over 200,000 views by Wednesday night ….
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Remember this video from back in April? It changed a cyclist's life.
Former Edinburgh bike mechanic Danny MacAskill became an overnight sensation when this video — about 6 months in the making — hit YouTube. If you're not one of the 13 million people who have seen it, you should take 5 1/2 minutes to check it out.
Now the New York Times interviews him in “A stunt cyclist's Tour de Fence” and tells how the 24-year-old's life has changed since YouTube stardom struck.
Earning $9 an hour a couple of years ago as a bike mechanic, MacAskill could pull down a six figure salary in 2010 …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2009/12/29/the-bike-stunt-video-that-changed-a-life/
While the amazing bicycle stunts video from Danny MacAskill has hit more than 3 million views in less than 2 weeks, here's a YouTube video that reminds us that there's pleasure in keeping two wheels on the bike trail.
This just released 2:35-minute video shows what bicyclists can experience along the 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage rail-to-trail that rolls along between Cumberland, Maryland, and McKeesport, Pennsylvania.
Completed in late 2006, the GAP has brought new life to small communities in western Pennsylvania and created an outlet for bicycle tourists who want to take an extended bike tour along a well-maintained route that's free of traffic …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2009/04/30/bicycle-sights-and-sounds-along-the-great-allegheny-passage/
I wonder if Danny MacAskill as a youngster used to ride his bike in front of his house and shout to startled observers, “Hey look, no hands.”
Imagine the reaction now when people walking down the street in Edinburgh, Scotland, see him do a backflip off a tree on his bike or bounce off the wall of a building like Spiderman.
Now the world is viewing his amazing feats on this video posted on YouTube.com on Sunday. By Wednesday morning, the clip had been viewed 780,000 times. It's less than 6 minutes long, and just gets crazier as it goes on.
MacAskill rides for the trials team for Inspired Bicycles …
Permanent link to this article: http://www.bikingbis.com/2009/04/22/amazing-bicycle-stunts-video-from-scotland/
Some of the street trials tricks that Danny Macaskill gets away with on his mountain bike are just amazing. All of his videos prove that he’s extremely talented. The stunts in his newest video — Danny Macaskill: The Ridge — are just as mind-blowing. This video also features the breath-taking scenery of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. I’d have to …
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Watching in slack-jawed amazement at the stunts these trials legends can perform on a road bike, I actually forget that Martyn Ashton, Danny MacAskill and Chris Akrigg are human like the rest of us. A lot of trial and error — and crashes — go into these tricks. But they climb right back on their …
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