Carnage and glory: world’s first QUADRUPLE BMX backflip


Kiwi hellman Jed Mildon went down in the history books back in 2011 when he nailed the world’s first triple backflip on a BMX.

Now, four years later, he’s again pushed the boundries of possible along with fellow BMX madman, James Foster in a race to land the world’s first QUADruple backflip.

Mildon told Ride BMX Magazine, that he had been physically training for the stunt for nine months  and mentally training since 2011.

However even the training is dangerous. Foster broke ten ribs and endured a separated shoulder while training for his attempt.

These consequences make the glory even greater. Great viewing!


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