Don't look down: The incredible daredevil who balances on the edge of 1,000ft cliffs

Don't look down: The incredible daredevil who balances on the edge of 1,000ft cliffs

Don't look down: The incredible daredevil who balances on the edge of 1,000ft cliffs

By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 23:34 GMT, 16 April 2009

It's the ultimate balancing act  -  travelling upside-down on a bicycle 1,000 metres above an icy Norwegian fjord, with just a weight dangling below him for stability.

This is the latest jaw-dropping trick from extreme artist Eskil Ronningsbakken, who enjoys nothing more than precariously perching on the edge of a clifftop or walking on a tightrope between two hot-air balloons.

The 29-year-old with a head for heights describes himself as an 'educated balancing performer', and has been honing his death-defying skills since the age of five, with circus troupes around the globe.

Naked save for a skin-coloured thong, Eskil rides a bike - backwards and upside down - 1000m over a Norwegian fjord. Strong, cold winds added to the extreme nature of the stunt

Eskil says of his feats: 'What I do,...
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