Although Chris Pfeiffer studied biology, he really should have been concentrating on physics as ever since he took up riding motorbikes in the mid 1990s he’s been re-writing the laws of what is capable on two wheels. Take the 2004 Stuntwars contest in Florida where he pulled off a 115-degree wheelie - a massive 50 degrees more than what was ever thought possible on a bike. That super-human feat not only won him the competition, but also landed him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. "Pfeiff "also has four European and four World Championship titles to his name and is the only man in history to have scaled the level three climb at Via Tina in Arco, Italy, on his bike. Add to that four first-placed finishes at Red Bull’s annual Hare Scramble in Erzberg, Austria and you can see why petrolheads regard him as a true living legend.