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Friday video: Dominik Raab does freeride magic

1 Comment 05 November 2010

It's just as easy as it looks | Photo by Kevin Winzeler

While you read this, I’ll be hanging out somewhere near the Mission Workshop store in London, but that doesn’t us from posting stuff every day!

Today’s wunderkid on a bicycle is a serious contender to the Lance Armstrong of BMX Freeriding and bike trials, Danny MacAskill. He comes from Austria, he started biking when he was 12 years old and his name is Dominik Raab. Like many others he started out with mountain biking, becoming a pro in 2007 and he has been doing bike trials, or the “skateboarding for bicycles” on his BMX freeriding bike. Well, less words, more awesome:

Have a great weekend!

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