Belaey Rides Bike Across Slackline
Mountain biking is an impressive enough sport in and of itself, but apparently it wasn't impressive enough for Kenny Belaey, who is a four-time Union Cycliste Internationale world champion in mountain biking trials. The Belgian mountain biker decided that he needed to up the ante.
He wanted to ride his bike across a slackline.
And that's exactly what he did. In a ski area of the French Alps called the La Plagne, Belaey completed this amazing feat on a slackline stretching 59 feet across and 367 feet above a gorge. Belaey told Red Bull, "The moment my wheel touched the actual slackline for the very first time, after months of training and preparation and while being so self-confident, the only thing I could think of was, ‘This is impossible!’"
Check out the video below.
Belaey has said that he wants to be the first person to ride a bike on the moon. We certainly think he can do that.
Learn more about Kenny Belaey on his website at www.belaeytrials.com.