Filmed over the period of a few months in and around Edinburgh by Dave Sowerby, this video of Inspired Bicycles team rider Danny MacAskill (more info at www.dannymacaskill.co.uk) features probably the best collection of street/street trials riding ever seen. There's some huge riding, but also some of the most technically difficult and imaginative lines you will ever see. Without a doubt, this video pushes the envelope of what is perceived as possible on a trials bike. #rideinspired
Credit to Band of Horses for their epic song 'The Funeral.' You can find out more about the band and their music at www.bandofhorses.com or you can buy the featured song from itunes here: http://ax.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/browserRedirect?url=itms%253A%252F%252Fax.itunes.apple.com%252FWebObjects%252FMZStore.woa%252Fwa%252FviewAlbum%253Fi%253D129649334%2526id%253D129649178%2526s%253D143441
Man I was 12 years old getting into bmx racing when I first seen this video, I am now 20 turning 21 in a few months. Danny macaskill has always been a name I’ll remember . And this song is one I’ll always associate with this video. I remember watching this video several times in a row and showing friends. And just being complete dumb founded that all of these tricks are real and the stunts he did were just insane! I Always will love this video!
The brilliance of Danny is he makes seemingly impossible stunts look easy. Then you go and try to bunny hop a curb and fall flat on your face and realize in that moment of pain, that Danny is possibly an alien from another planet....... How can one human have that much MacaSKILL
When I watch this, it encourages me to stop drinking so that I could get back into BMX and just being physically active again. I can't even stand without shaking now most days, I'd never be able to ride without a long road of recovery. fml