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DON'T LOOK DOWN - Mountain Biking on the Edge, White Line, Sedona, Arizona 20

If you're not afraid of heights, you have to make sure your bike isn't either. The Vital MTB Test Sessions crew clung to the cliffs and took their chances on the extreme piece of natural slickrock "trail" known as the White Line in Sedona, Arizona. Blowing the corner is not an option. #faithinbrakes

Credit: Vital MTB Test Session Crew

sspomer sspomer 1/20/2014 4:49 PM

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Crazy, not worth it but impressed in a weird way none the less. You'd sure feel stupid if you were standing there and your friend plummeted to his death tho!

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It's like walking a tightrope, your not safe until you make it out of the danger zone. By looking at the vid , the traverse going out looks more exposed. The turn is sketchy but as you see there is room for error, if you make it there. Going back is not easy but at least theres a mini ledge to work with. This is more tech than any set of dj's or street move in my opinion, and I seen a bunch!

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"I don't see people hating on Rampage or World Cup DH tracks" Well, many people wreck on those tracks, and not one has died. You wreck here, from what I can see, your looking at pure cliff, so you die. That is dumb way to live, one stupid mistake and your gone. You know it is kinda like the the difference between suicide and dying saving somebody elses life. One is just pure stupid. No hate, from me...sure its rad

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So what happens if you fall...or do we just not ask that question?

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Looks like the votes are in with the comments: Lots of votes for dumb as hell. Cool vid--yes, I was entertained so I guess I'm guilty. When the penalty for error is certain death--that's usually when I get off my bike.

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That is just freaking nuts. The reward to risk ratio is pretty stupid off the charts. I will wait for the news on a rescue due to some other MTB'r going for it who shouldn't go for it. Mad skills to the riders!

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Thats true deadman riding on a MTB, good stuff. I've been to Sedona walking around on rocks like that and its way more gnarly in person.

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