Insanely Talented Cyclist Shows Off His Gravity-Defying Skills

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Many of us grew up riding bikes, and maybe even learned to pull some cool tricks, but then we got a little older (and maybe a little wiser), and confined our riding to flat surfaces or well-defined trails, because it’s one thing to pop a wheelie or jump curbs, and another thing entirely to jump your bike off a roof or ride along a skinny railing.

Many of us grew up riding bikes, and maybe even learned to pull some cool tricks, but then we got a little older (and maybe a little wiser), and confined our riding to flat surfaces or well-defined trails, because it’s one thing to pop a wheelie or jump curbs, and another thing entirely to jump your bike off a roof or ride along a skinny railing.

But that’s what separates the men from the boys in bike trials, as Andrew Dickey demonstrates in this sick video of Parkour-like cycling:

Filmed in and around Melbourne in early 2012, this demonstration of mad cycling skills is yet another feather in the cap of trials rider Andrew Dickey, who also took us on a trick-laden tour of Melbourne’s art and artifacts in Art of Bike:

More about Andrew Dickey here: Who is Andrew Dickey?

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