It’s already hard enough to just go mountain biking where there are no trails. It’s already hard enough to just walk on a slackline suspended in the air. So naturally, it makes perfect sense to go mountain biking on a slackline. Wait. What? That’s what Kenny Belaey did. He rode his bike on a slackline over a 367-foot drop in the French Alps.
Notorious ninja man Spencer Seabrooke has reportedly broken the world record for longest solo slack lining walk. On August 2nd, Seabrooke crossed a 210-foot gap between two cliffs in British Columbia nearly a thousand feet above the ground — with no safety aids whatsoever.