Here you are balancing on a bike. On a platform. A platform that is hanging over the edge of the Troll Wall in Norway. Drunk!
No, you're not drunk but you've got to have a little bit of crazy in your head to do the things you do.
We have a hard enough time riding a bike, let alone balance on it in a stationary position, on the edge of a freakin' mountain.
Listen, we get it. You can balance on stuff. You can ride your bike across a tight rope. You can do a handstand at the edge of a cliff. You balance on a chair. You have got a strong core. You don't use safety cables. You're "death-defying."
Yah, yah. It's a performance. It's art. It's a physical feat. We get it.
Whatever. We're not impressed until you balance yourself at the edge of the crown of the Statue of Liberty.
Although, we couldn't scoff at you balancing on the Burj:
"I would dream of balancing on the top of the Burj in Dubai, the tallest building in the world."Keep us posted and don't fall.
Better yet, just get a job. Crazy hippie.
To see more of Eskil Rønningsbakken doing his thing, click over to http://globalbalancing.com/