Freestyle motorbike legends Motorbike Legends Tour Greek Island on Land and Water with Jumps and Tricks – The Hype Magazine

Motorbike Legends Tour Greek Island on Land and Water with Jumps and Tricks

Freestyle motorbike legends Aaron Colton and Robbie Maddison hooked up on the Greek island of Mykonos to unleash a series of two-wheeled tricks including a ride into the Aegean Sea. Here is all you need to know:

– Seattle’s Colton is one of the world’s most versatile street freestyle and stunt riders, while Australian legend Maddison has broken several world records in his time.

– They joined forces on the iconic ‘island of the winds’ to unleash their bikes on a dazzling mixture of terrain, along with several of the island’s famous landmarks.

– They rode from the picturesque white washed streets of Chora to the Armenistis Lighthouse, showcasing their stupendous skills as they duelled it out until the finish.

– Colton, who started riding aged just two and is the king of no-handed wheelies, performed his famous burns-outs and surf rides – which is riding without holding the throttle while standing on the fuel tank.

– The 27-year-old revealed: “In short it was awesome. I got to travel halfway around the world with my family to meet up with one of the best freestyle motocross riders in the world and collaborate on creating something that – once it’s done – we will remember forever.”

– Maddison rode around without the help of ramps and played the ace up his sleeve by riding his uniquely adapted KTM onto the clear blue waters of the Aegean Sea, which he had previously pulled off four years ago in Tahiti during the ‘Pipe Dream’ project.

– Red Bull X-Fighters champion Maddison has also soared over San Diego Bay with American snowmobiler Levi LaVallee during Red Bull New Year No Limits and jumped across an open Tower Bridge in London.

Photo Credit: Red Bull

 



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