French daredevil motorbike rider, Julien Dupont, is always looking for his next thrill. In this video clip, Julien takes a ride on Mexico’s most terrifying 110 ft-tall roller coaster, but not like anyone else…
Julien decided to take his motorcycle for a spin on the wooden roller coaster known as “Montana Rusa” at La Feria de Chapultepec amusement park in Mexico City. He’s not just “riding” this coaster either, he’s wheelie-ing his way to the top and doing backflips on the track. According to RedBull.com, Julien calls this ride “the sickest ride ever!”
“Montana Rusa” is a wooden roller coaster at La Feria Chapultepec Magico, located in Mexico City, Mexico. Montana Rusa held the record for the world’s tallest roller coaster for many years (1964-1975). The coaster features a continuous “mobius” track stretching 4,000 ft long and reaches up to 110 ft and includes a 80 ft drop.
Check out the thrilling video below. Would you ever pull a daring stunt like this on your motorcycle? Let us know in the comments below.