Think This Image Is Fake? Mythbusters with Matt Hunter

May 6, 2014
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By now most of you have seen this sick shot of Matt Hunter fighting gravity in front of Sterling Lorence's lens. A lot of you have suggested it's Photoshop, but Matt and the Anthill Films crew are here to show you that it's in fact just a bad ass move done right.

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Matt Hunter enjoying bicycle riding.
  Image By Sterling Lorence

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253 Comments

  • + 347
 It has to be a perfect uphill to downhill vertical berm that throws you the same trajectory as a vertical curved wall ride.Whoever built this is genius.
  • + 184
 Not to mention ridden at perfect speed and entry angle. So props to builder and Matt.
  • - 52
flag medievalbiking (May 6, 2014 at 12:44) (Below Threshold)
 That's enduro
  • + 28
 well that was freakin awesome
  • - 22
flag nocoolnamesleft (May 6, 2014 at 13:13) (Below Threshold)
 Only Matt could pull this off on a 29er
  • + 134
 That was awesome when the Specialized symbol came out of his butt! Matt Hunter is the man, he can ride and poop magic!
  • + 25
 was it me or was I the only one to see those 29 wheels flexing ;-)
  • + 3
 It's Magic
  • + 2
 Are not the wheels flexing! Is the frame!! Look at the picture the fork angle compared to frame,
  • - 17
flag epavichthesavage (May 6, 2014 at 15:11) (Below Threshold)
 Why would Matt lie to me.
www.pinkbike.com/photo/10917700
  • + 5
 That was unreal
  • + 50
 Mean while, 29er haters seemed concerned and confused...
  • + 12
 Of course 29ers can't lean. It's a berm shot, as far as that bike knows it straight up and down.
  • + 11
 With all due respect for Matt.
How many tries did the shoot take?
  • + 8
 lalodh
Lots of times... look at Matt's right forearm at 0:24. But hey, if I had that wallride/berm on my local trail, I'd ride it a hundred times and not get bored with it either! Who wouldn't want this on their local trail??!!!

It's brilliant!
  • + 10
 I never saw a need for a Mythbuster on this one. It's Matt Hunter!
  • - 59
flag MickB (May 6, 2014 at 19:12) (Below Threshold)
 whats so special about this? lol Ive seen better photography, its cool yea but.. meh not like the rider is doing anything special.. the terrain is doing it for him. just sayin..
  • + 2
 After a beer and popping some mushrooms.... I can do it too.. So can you.
  • - 23
flag freeride-forever (May 6, 2014 at 20:14) (Below Threshold)
 @ abzillah, O.o that thing that came out of his ass is SHIT. It stands for "shit" & represents shit & this presentation really couldn't be more fitting.
  • + 13
 Hold my beer...
  • + 12
 allright, thx for your beer *running away while drinking*
  • + 1
 Who was claiming photoshop?
Personally I had no doubts about this shot there are lots more like it around, its just great design and great riding compiled into a perfect photo.
  • + 1
 There's 3 different versions of this pic on Facebook So the jury's out for me
  • + 3
 Now that I've watched the clip I feel pretty stupid Sweet
  • + 0
 Had it been an average rider and less professional photography, there probably would have been a lot more debate about it. Have a hard time questioning it when it's two reputable professionals.
  • + 2
 Props to Sterling Lorence and Matt, combining them guys together its like getting Yoda to make you a lightsaber...
  • + 1
 Anyone who took a moment to actually look closely at the pic could tell it was in no way photoshopped.... the shadows are perfect (check the front wheel shadow on the trail and the differing depths of shadow darkness between the bike and his arm, which is closer to the trail and would cast a darker shadow without the fill flash being able to soften it), no distortion or blurring to hide edges...perfect pic, fake should never have been suspected.
  • + 1
 Strangely i agree, hahahaha
  • + 1
 fox's were built to flex
  • + 1
 ^ What? ^
  • + 5
 Technically all structural components have a certain amount of engineered flex built in. If something was 100% rigid it would crack. A properly designed fork will actually have a very specific amount of torsional flex built in. This affects ride feel and performance.
  • - 3
 sorry I STILL DONT BELEIVE IT:
  • + 2
 I saw Specialized is behind this. Since they can not be trusted they probably edited the video: videos can be 'photoshopped' too.

I'm off now, gotta run before Specialized sues me for this joke
  • + 69
 Never thought it was fake...Matt Hunter is a crazy good mountain biker what an insult to Matt Hunter.
  • + 12
 Don't take the title too seriously now Wink
  • + 42
 Is it legal to corner this well? someone call the berm police
  • + 37
 we need more matt hunter vids. proof right here
  • + 32
 I didn't know 29ers could lean like that.
  • + 62
 I would of thought it would take of like a chinook when horizontal.
  • + 288
 Specialized Bikes Facebook page says "Matt provides another piece of evidence that 29ers really can corner", it should say "29er provides another piece of evidence that Matt really can corner"
  • - 79
flag minty1 (May 6, 2014 at 12:14) (Below Threshold)
 Shopped.
  • + 7
 @bigburd
He would if he had bladed spokes!
  • - 11
flag lyrill (May 6, 2014 at 12:18) (Below Threshold)
 mind=blown, shut up and take my money specialized. also gooomatt fanboy righthere
  • + 10
 they can corner, just a little lethargic on uphill switchbacks. as for cornering at speed, props to specialized for nailing the geo, but a dialed wheel-set is paramount. oh yeah, and mad skills like Matt help alot too.
  • - 5
flag ripallday (May 6, 2014 at 13:55) (Below Threshold)
 Actually you have to lean a 29 more than smaller wheels
  • + 1
 He can lean his Specialized 29er because it has short chain stays. Seriously...
  • + 14
 He and the bike are actually not leaning at all. Check the vid at 00:24. Almost a perfect 90 degree angle to the riding surface. Brilliant trail building and precision bike control!
  • + 1
 holly shit! this is how its donne bitch!
  • + 2
 Flat turns would be harder with a 29er (it's harder to get your weight over those cornering knobs), but for the steep berms, on which centripetal force pushes the bike around, it works perfectly fine.
  • + 2
 lafayettebiker - 29ers are excellent in flat turns, due to big BB drop, but unfortunately for the infamous "wheel size debate", from solely technical point of view (taking skills aside) the tread pattern, tyre pressure, tyre volume, rubber compound, eventually rim width and stiffness (handlebar width, pedal type maybe?) play larger role in cornering performance than the wheel diameter. Those factors are common for all kinds of wheels. In MTB the isolation of one factor regardless of application is futile. In the end all that gear, good or bad, must be put under the rider... niners, sixers and sheepsters
  • + 1
 Thanks, I didn't think of that
  • + 2
 He's right it's a more exaggerated movement as well. Also has no one ever seen someone corner like that on concrete.
  • + 2
 After much skepticism and trialling other bikes (trek slash, orang 5, norco range, kona process) I opted to trade my 26" enduro for a 29" enduro. In the end i found the only reason I was backing off was because it was a 29r. But, the bottom line was not the wheel size, but that it felt the same as my 26" in all my local spots, just a lot faster, with no getting-used-to process. Sorry, I know no one wants hear this, as a former 'hater' I still can't believe I bought a 29r, but I can justify it on the basis that 650b size doesn't really offer anything over 26, all I can say is it felt more nimble than any of the 650b offerings and in most cases had a similar or shorter wheelbase. And as Kirt Vories demonstrates in the Fox adv with McCaul and I'm happy to confirm from a mere mortal point of view, it can definitely lean.
  • + 3
 gandalfsdad - many reasonable industry insiders were saying it quietly since a long time: as stupid as wheel size debate is (because a great bike is a great bike not because of the wheelsize but because of proper mixture of many things) it is hard to motivate making 27.5 when there are such great 29ers which truly take advantage o f bigger wheels. Spec makes probably best 29ers out there, I rode Stumpy Evo 29 and I had wet pants for three days.

People without perspective isolate factors, they stop believing in their own feel. Extreme example of the species is those who convert 26" to 27.5B by just putting larger wheels on. They take one bit out of the picture and treat all others as constants which is never the case. For instance I just bought carbon wheels to my 125mm 26" trail bike, super wide, stiff as hell, lighter than the previous, already porny Crossmax STs. Any sheepster will tell you that carbon rims are great, why not have them if you can afford them? An UP-grade by all means in any situation! Well not entirely... the problem is in the feel. On such "small" bike going so "slow" on my "little" trails (comparing to ENduro or DH bikes in Alps or Whistler), those wheels FEEL heavy, they basicaly feel like you are riding DH wheels, even with light tyres on. If I did not hear tyre bottoming into the rim and puncture eventuelly I'd think that I am riding 2ply tyres. What can be wrong about that?! They feel sluggish, even though they cannot be slower than CMAX STs. You don't feel acceleration so well, what felt like a breeze, feels hard, even though on the clock it is the same or even better thing. So the incentive to pump, pedal out of corners is smaller. Now if I had those wheels on a Nomad in big mountains, that would be another story - isn't it? I don't know what to do to make people see those things! Like E29 is not a great bike only because it has short stays!
  • + 4
 The way I see it nobody wants to be told that their previously great bike is now an outdated concept, largely it would seem because of market forces. That to me is what 650b is all about, improvements, if any, are neglible, but enough to make us all feel slightly inferior. Truth is that bike, the 26" is still a great bike.
My problem was I had to change mine, too many repairs meant it wasn't cost effective not to. I wanted another 26" enduro, could I find one? No. So I was forced to shop around 650bs I was resolute no way would I buy a 29r. But as I said in my previous post, the only argument I could find against the enduro was the 29 inch wheel, in ride and feel it felt the same as 26, well almost, the roll is noticeably faster. So in the end what do you do, stick to your prejudices even if you know they're wrong? Or go for it. Like you say, bottom line...its a great bike.
  • + 3
 My issue with wheel sizes is focus on the diameter and stuff that supposedly comes with it. I am no scientist therefore I suspect that some part of "roll over" of big wheels comes from larger volume of the tyre. But I did my research... I drew all 3 wheels in CAD program in form of 3 circles of different diameters (impressed?) and played with them a bit, and the findings are quite puzzling. The straight forward message says that rollover is better due to attack angle, weeeeell... if we take attack angle of 30 degrees at which 26" wheel hits a 42mm high square edge obstacle, the 27.5 takes only 1.6mm higher obstacle while 29er takes 4.2mm more. Now all that is subject to tyre pressure AND suspension type/setup which most of MTBers in the world take as "we set it up perfectly and don't you fkng dare to question me - I shred for years!!!". I'd argue that cornering/braking/climbing grip is more subject to tyre tread and rubber compound. They also greatly influence the rolling speed. Therefore... I leave the "rolling speed" of a 29er as a more subjective issue. I experienced it myself, 29ers do feel like the roll faster, but just as with the illusion of sluggishly feeling wide carbon wheels, I must allow a possibility that it's more about the feel than reality on clock. What tickles me with Stumpy and Enduro is geometry, benefits of wheels alone like attack angle and contact patch can be emulated on a 26er by using wider rims and adjusting tyre pressure. Wider ims on 29er are not so easy to get, because for that you need carbon, aluminum rims gain weight quite quickly with wheel size increase as they need to be stiffer. So is the issue of tyre tread, where you might want shorter knobs and lighter casings for 29ers to keep the weight down.
  • + 29
 Is this classed as a berm or a crazy land scrub?
  • + 45
 Scruberm ?
  • + 29
 That has to be a wallride!
  • + 15
 Yea it pretty much is a wall ride on a 6 inch tall wall on top of a corner:P
  • + 8
 or scerm?
  • + 26
 lol scerm sound like some new sub-genre of porn , or sex act , " hey wanna go scerming ? " but it does describe the move pretty well Razz
  • + 3
 Ha! Bigburd, you are on one today! Beer
  • + 1
 @bigburd Friggin hilarious!
  • + 14
 I did that 'arm skuff' at Cwmcarn yesterday and even got grazes to prove it's possible :-)

I didn't even need a berm - just went horizontal without trying, smashed into some rocks, and didn't roll out :-(
  • + 3
 i like how it goes from happy face to sad face haha
  • + 16
 The name 'munter' in Britain is to describe someone as ugly. Well at least in Scotland. That girl is a right munter ken.
  • + 33
 Fucking hell mate that's grim
  • + 8
 Think I'll pass on munting
  • + 2
 Every one has a friend whos a munter hunter right ?
  • + 5
 I think I'm gonna go puke! Thanks alot fir that.
  • + 4
 Im sorry but that definition of munting can't really be something people do.......surely!!!!
  • + 3
 Urban dictionary has some weird crap on it but there is some better descriptions, here's the real description for a munter: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=munter
  • + 1
 Mate, that's more like it. That other one is so wrong!
  • + 0
 i didn't laugh this much since long time ago hahahahah
  • + 1
 Weird thing about that definition of "munting" is the it's basically the same definition as "munging". The resulting fluid is considered "mung".
  • + 1
 Mung? Sounds a horrible word already hahaa
  • + 3
 Munter=skank
Munging=corpse rodding with associated fluids...
  • + 11
 That's a Wall Ride!
  • + 2
 my thoughts too
  • + 7
 exactly. the video actually ruined the magic of the photo...
  • + 12
 ruined?? we got to see him drag his hand through the dirt! pic didn't show that
  • + 2
 I see similar angles at the skate park all the time, even dudes getting almost upside down.
#nothating
  • + 2
 Yep definitely ruined it for me seeing all the dirt on his arm and knowing he'd been practicing.
  • + 11
 Needs more limbo pole
  • + 5
 Might be a fun new game after a few adult beverages.
  • + 1
 THAT WOULD BE SO AWESOME!
  • + 10
 well... that should shut the photoshoppers up... ha... so sick...
  • + 7
 Matt Hunter is a real rider, he doesnt need to be on competitions to demostrate he is one of the best riders. A real free rider, i wish to have his life.
  • + 1
 Met him on the climb to a local trail yesterday as he was getting ready to video a sunset descent. Nice guy. He lives his life, we live ours. Love the ride, and marvel at those who can actually DO things we only dream of. p.s. Matt, thanks for letting me 'beat' you up that last climb! Made an old fart's day!
  • + 6
 In real speed it doesn't look so incredible but in slow mo it's absolutely MIND BLOWING !!! One of the best shot I've ever seen Big Grin
  • + 5
 I know I should be completely amazed (and I am), but my first thought was "oh god, that's the drive side on the ground. His poor RD".
  • + 2
 He's probably got a new group coming tho...
  • + 4
 I'd think on a perfect berm like that, with the right skills, you could do that on any wheelsize. Where the 29ers come up short is on tight, flat turns.
  • + 1
 Rotate image a shade under 3 degrees clockwise so that the centre tree and right hand trees are vertical... Still impressive... That is the full extent of image manipulation here... It may be exaggerated with that rotation but even after it has been reversed - it is still the perfect shot.
  • + 4
 This video has been highly tampered with, so it has to be FAKE! - (heavy sarcasm)
  • + 13
 I showed this photo to my pops the other day and he says, "Bullshit. Nobody can do that on a bike." Can't wait to email him the link!!!
  • + 3
 Show us his reply? Haha
  • + 1
 You are playing with fire. Even writing "Heavy Sarcasm" on Pinkbike after a comment is enough to get you death threats.
  • + 5
 I can't handle this. Mountain biking can't handle this.
  • + 1
 To say the still was "photoshopped" does not necessarily imply that the photograph or the move was a fake. I think it's been touched up. To look at the video, it seems that natural lighting was modified in the run that yielded the still photo, or some post production work was done. In the video, there are shadows on the underside of the left arm, not highlights. Similarly, check the lighting on the rider's helmet on the right. A reflector, a spot, or a touch up? I think it's either the reflector or a spot; the dust behind the rider seems to be a different colour than the dust coming off the tires. Sterling's a pro, and only he and better photographers that me know if he was able to do that with natural lighting and the right combinations of shutter speed and aperture

Regardless, Mr. Lorence and Mr. Hunter created a compelling image. Good job. Now I wanna ride that.
  • + 2
 That's real bar drag, wow. Over the years you have redefined what is possible on a mountain bike... I assume every shot you're in is for reals! Keep shredding, we will keep watching and learning. Thanks!!
  • + 1
 The picture is massaged a bit to make it look more difficult. Thats a cool feature but try to pause the video at the picture and the burm is vertical in the video which is possible but in the picture the burm is a flatter angle which would be less possible. Maybe Im wrong???
  • + 1
 When I first saw the magazine ad I just rolled my eyes and thought it was some stupid Photoshop trick to look cool and sell more crap. Now I'm just in awe of some serious riding skills. Well done Sir, well done.
  • + 1
 Matt - the riding was awesome and the filming was too, but HUGE PROPS to the marketing guy at Specialized that saw the opportunity to jump on the hype this picture caused and make something of it!
  • + 1
 Nope, didn't think it was fake, just hella cool. Why would anyone think it's fake? He's just turning a corner on a steep berm like a C-wall & scrubbin' a bit. Super cool, but not a big dillio.
  • + 1
 Yeah mat is wicked good but He was riding a dirt wall. Not like he was defying gravity or something. It looks difficult in the picture but the video shows that it realy isn't.
  • + 2
 I stand corrected and apologize to Mr Man Matt Hunter and the genius who built that feature. Bravo, so sick and perfectly executed.
  • + 1
 It's funny. When I first saw that picture, the possibility of it not being legit was the first thought I had. Then I saw that the rider was Matt Hunter. Poof. Forget that. 100% pure riding skill.
  • + 4
 Until he does it on all 3 wheel sizes, would it still be a myth?
  • + 1
 guys its called a lever scraping its done in motocross all the time, since bicycles are lighter u do need a very nice berm but still not uncommon but when done well looks AMAZING!
  • + 4
 I can turn like that... in a fighter jet.
  • + 3
 HOLY SHIT THE GUYS A BADASS
  • + 3
 That ought to shutup the keyboard engineers
  • + 2
 Don't count on it, people will believe what they want.
  • + 2
 Exceptional riding matched with stunning creativity ...one of the best shots I have seen... brilliant.
  • + 3
 His medi clorean count must be more than yoda's.....
  • + 3
 the video makes it much more awesome. But how could one think it is fake?
  • + 12
 People that judge other peoples skill level against their own and feel that no one could do that because they can't.
  • + 1
 Hope that clears the air. Real question for me is trying to wrap my brain around how freakn awesome he is. Matt you're inspiring man, gratitude!
  • + 2
 WHO WOULD THINK IT WAS FAKE? Maybe the same people that think you need to strength train to improve cornering Smile
  • + 2
 Those who thought that this picture was fake were:

1. Non-mountain bikers
or
2. People who never saw Seasons (the movie)
  • + 3
 Hold my beer, I can lean this ..
  • + 3
 maybe Steven Spielberg signed for specialized
  • + 2
 whoever said this was photo shoppd, ur a discrace to mtb haha an to the Hunt!
  • + 1
 I never thought this photo was a fake. What's the point of publishing a fake? How he did it was another thing entirely. He seemed to be defying the laws of physics.
  • + 3
 The movie is even better than pic. Awesome style and edit.
  • + 1
 10x better
  • + 1
 QUE CHINGON ERES MATT HUNTER!!! Eres mi idolo ..... zipped mouth to all haters who doubt of this shot!!! you are fucking awesome!
  • + 3
 Ok, I'm Gona go try to dig one... This should be interesting...
  • + 2
 Matt Hunters fake image!?........NAHHHHHHH, I don't think so!!!!

This guy is an absolute animal.....
  • + 2
 Matt Hunter never fails to AMAZE !!! Such a sick shredder & chilled out guy !
  • + 1
 Its not like this sort of thing has not been done before: www.photofurious.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Lars-Tribus-Low-Berm.jpg
  • + 1
 If he did this on a 26" everybody would be amazed but oh no god forbid a 29er shredding a corner!! Who would've thought?
  • + 3
 Matt is a real legend.
  • + 1
 I love that his forks are still compressing and rebounding like normal while completely sideways.
  • + 2
 Video of the Year right here.
  • + 1
 The real photoshop work cleaning up the background is almost as sweet as Hunter's riding.
  • + 1
 How much pressure have on the frame to flex that way? although this pict is awesome
  • + 1
 Totally fake

Looks to me like that's a berm with the lower portion built up to look like trail. Anyone else see this?
  • + 1
 all i can say is... whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat
  • + 1
 The picture by Mike Nowak of Sam Hill is better, as is the shot of Brendog. But Sterl came up with this original idea...
  • + 3
 Handsolo
  • + 1
 Think how much better he would be if he ran 1x10 (or 11 soon)! He is definitely missing a trick...
  • + 3
 boomshakalaka!
  • + 1
 Thank you Matt and Anthill Films for this video. It's so awesome to see such fantastic footage.
  • + 1
 He s such a good ride ,than he can corner like that with any other enduro bike ..
  • + 2
 That is unreal.....matrix shit
  • + 2
 because fuck physics... that's why
  • + 10
 Because Fuck Yeah, Physics!
  • + 1
 he had no facial hair in the vid, but he has some in the pic
  • + 1
 I never doubted your ability! Wink
  • + 1
 Matt Hunter is the Ariton Senna from Mountain Bike, he's the best.
  • + 2
 FAKE!
  • + 1
 We aren't talking about your penis.....
  • + 1
 Is chuck norris riding the bike, holyshit!!!
  • + 1
 Matt Hunter is well good!
  • + 1
 ...ace ber.....aaah i mean wallride!
  • + 1
 POAE - Pic of All Eternity. Mad props Matt Hunter!
  • + 1
 Legen..........wait for it.......DARY!!!!!
  • + 1
 make a big thing of f all who gives a toss
  • + 1
 How to explain pictures of white smoke??? No white smoke video!
  • + 1
 Not photoshopped but there is a fair amount of trickery in the photo
  • + 1
 I'm not a afraid to admit that I have a bit of a man crush on Matt Hunter!
  • + 1
 holy shizz... must be videoshopped lol
  • + 1
 I never doubted the photo!! Amazing shot.
  • + 1
 Something similar can be seen @ 8:27 in Life Cycles MTB movie.
  • + 1
 Is he riding a unicorn with wheels or did that actually just happen?
  • + 1
 Keep your hands inside the ride at all times...
  • + 1
 If there was me in the photo it was fake for sure! :-)
  • + 1
 when his arm touch the ground he starts smile a bit Big Grin
  • + 1
 I am not convinced. This must be VideoShop!
  • + 1
 Tate Roskelley does that all day.
  • + 1
 Allright. Theres no need for me to ride anymore :-((
DAMN good riding!!!
  • + 1
 who thought it was fake???
  • + 1
 I don't think Sterling does photshop.
  • + 1
 mesmerizing high def slow motion shot
  • + 1
 Him and Rauri Hallam always have me looking sideways at my screen.
  • + 1
 Never doubted Hunter for a second.
  • + 1
 That's flat out ridiculous
  • + 2
 That's feckin low
  • + 1
 That is unreal. Wish I had an ounce of that talent.
  • + 1
 nah he goes like me but i went down
  • + 1
 dat bar drag. dayuuuuuummmmmmm
  • + 1
 The major props go to whomever built the berm, absolute perfection!!!!!
  • + 1
 Well.....STRIGHT GETTING IT YEWWWW !!!
  • + 1
 Berm carve over a natural roller, id snag my bars for sure. Great job!
  • + 1
 Animation has come a long way since Mickey Mouse.
  • + 1
 I think it's fake! lol just kidding, that is amazing! Perfection!!
  • + 1
 I wonder how many times he crashed trying to get that shot
  • + 2
 maybe none. >Smile
  • + 1
 this would be a great glove or bar-end advert
  • + 1
 guys guys cmon it might not be photoshop but it's OBVIOUSLY CGI xD
  • + 1
 Badass
  • + 1
 fokin insane!
  • + 1
 Se mamó el wey
  • + 1
 Awesome!
  • + 1
 Rad
  • + 1
 amazing
  • + 1
 speechless!!!!
  • + 1
 woohooo Smile
  • + 1
 Amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • + 0
 I never doubted this, because it was Matt Hunter and Sterling Lorence
  • + 1
 Videoshop! Big Grin Insane...
  • + 1
 Amazing...
  • + 1
 Pure skill.
  • + 1
 Awesome riding stance!
  • + 1
 NOICE
  • + 1
 Crazy low
  • + 1
 BRAAAAPPPP!!!
  • + 1
 crazy
  • + 1
 awesome!!!
  • + 0
 Mythbusters? More like That's Incredible!
  • + 1
 It was Witchcraft.
  • + 1
 Ok myth debunked.
  • + 0
 What a legend
  • + 0
 Bad ass
  • + 0
 Perfect.
  • - 1
 This is absolutely amazing. Damn I wish to try 29er endo.
  • + 6
 It's not the bike.
  • + 2
 It is bird....it's plane....it's bike. Ok it's not. It is Matt without the bike for sure and yes, I know, he can do that without the bike.
  • + 0
 CG...
  • + 0
 Woww...awesome
  • - 2
 if he did it with a 29r.. with a 26' he would do it without on hand.. or even 2
  • + 0
 That is sick.
  • + 0
 Amazing
  • + 0
 Now that's Enduro!
  • + 0
 Its damn real
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