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- Motorbike Riding on Water -- in Super Slow Motion
Motorbike Riding on Water -- in Super Slow Motion
- NOV 7, 2012
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- Five-time Enduro World Champion Iván Cervantes of Spain puts his skills to the test and takes on the challenge of hydroplaning his motorcycle across a pond. Hitting 56 mph, Cervantes took several plunges into the cold water before ripping across the surface of the water on his successful fourth attempt. It was all captured on a high-speed, 1,000 frames-per-second camera for the Red Bull Moments series.
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