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A Man Rode A Boris Bike Along The Sheer Edge Of London Bridge

He was probably still late for work, though.

1. So a man rode a Boris bike along the edge of London Bridge during last Friday’s morning rush hour.

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2. London Bridge stands about 29 feet (almost 9 metres) above the river Thames. The rail the man was cycling across is only a few inches wide.

A Man Rode A Boris Bike Along The Sheer Edge Of London Bridge

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3. Luckily the rider didn’t fall in. It looks as though he was buzzed by a drone, too.

A Man Rode A Boris Bike Along The Sheer Edge Of London Bridge

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4. Commuters crossing the bridge on foot seemed baffled.

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5. The rider was identified as freerunner Tim Shieff, who had also performed some bike stunts on the rooftops of Regent Street the day before.

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Shieff told London24 that the stunt was meant to shake viewers out of their everyday mindset.

6. “You don’t worry about your issues for a second, you say: ‘Woah did that guy really just jump that on a big blue bike?’”

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The London Bridge and Regent Street bike exercises were part of an urban sports series by Tim Shieff and fellow freerunner, Paul Joseph, who were filming for Fightme.com.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/robynwilder/boris-bike-rider-crosses-london-bridge-along-the-handrail

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