Mountain biker Kelly McGarry busts out a 72-foot backflip over a canyon after riding a knife-like ridge.

Wild GoPro Video of Backflip Over 72ft Canyon in Red Bull Rampage 2013

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Extreme mountain bike rider Kelly McGarry busts out a 72-foot-long backflip over a canyon at Red Bull Rampage 2013, and while that’s cool, he filmed first-person footage with an HD GoPro HERO3+ camera. Heck, the backflip isn’t even the scary part — we started clenching our seats within seconds of the guy taking off to ride a razor ridge on a tiny trail. You gotta appreciate a guy like this. Check it out:

 

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