Mad Surfing: Robbie Maddison rode a bike on waves

The news about a guy surfing on a bike started spreading after the short video had been released where Robbie Maddison riding a two-wheel customized motorbike КТМ 300 sailed on huge waves.

Mad Surfing: Robbie Maddison rode a bike on waves

Robbie Maddison made his dream come true conquered waves by a wheel transport. Along with his friends and engineers the surfer created a motorbike which is able to glide on the waves as well as a surfing board. According to the web site Wired, Robbie Maddison, an extreme lover, has been fond of motorbikes since the childhood. However, his tastes changed a little bit into striving for high speed and wind blowing in the face. Once, Robbie Maddison got the idea to ride a bike on waves.

Mad Surfing: Robbie Maddison rode a bike on waves

The surfer said that he and his friends during the tests have sunken the motorbike more than 100 times. Having asked some friends, engineers and designers in the DC Shoes company to help, Robbie Maddison finally succeeded with his idea and dream fulfillment. You can surf the net and find the short video where this crazy guy is riding a bike on a self-modified motorbike КТМ 300.

Mad Surfing: Robbie Maddison rode a bike on waves

It took three years to implement the idea, remembers the surfer Robbie Maddison. Initially, Maddison made a draft of a motorbike on a sheet of paper. This transport had special wheels equipped with water skis and a controlling paddle on the rear of the motorbike. After making this sketch design, Robbie Maddison delivered the plan to his friend in a 2Moto company who helped our surfer-dreamer to make his dream come true. The first attempt to ride the motorbike on water was not successful, because the skis turned out to be too small and the vehicle was sinking all the time. Taking into account these circumstances, the size of the skis was increased by two times. That was how the Robbie Maddison’s dream was fulfilled.



Mad Surfing: Robbie Maddison rode a bike on waves
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