Watch as the world's best BMX riders and free runners take to the streets of London to showcase their talent. From dangling off famous landmarks to jumping across rooftops on the city's rentable Boris Bikes, this video is nothing short of EPIC.
The video was created to help raise awareness of the lack of platforms for creative expression for the youth in London.
The collaborative social video network, FightMe, is calling for more creative spaces (like the South Bank skate undercroft) to be available so that the youth in London can showcase and develop their creative talent.
FightMe worked with UK's most successful mountain bike trail athletes in Andrei Burton and Joe Seddon, along with award-winning freerunners in Tim Shieff and Paul Joseph to execute the breathtaking stunts.
The FlightMe site and app are popular amongst young, creative talent. Users typically showcase their skills in skateboarding, parkour, poetry, beatboxing, and more.
With 30 seconds to make a video about whatever they want to share with the world, users can voice views, show talents, and be creative.
But most importantly, FightMe just wants their users to challenge themselves and have fun doing it.