WATCH: World's First Mountain Bike 1440° Landed In Nuremberg, Germany

WATCH: World's First Mountain Bike 1440° Landed In Nuremberg, Germany

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WATCH: World's First Mountain Bike 1440° Landed In Nuremberg, Germany

Nicholi Rogatkin shocked the mountain bike world this weekend landing the world’s first 1440° during the Red Bull District Ride 2017 urban freeride MTB contest in Nuremberg, Germany.  Congratulations to Nicholi not only for landing the 1440° but for making it look smooth.

Here’s what it looked like from Nicholi’s POV:

Count them with me: 4 spins ☠️ #GoPro

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Well deserved best trick awarded to Nicholi:

🙏🏼

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He also won overall, huge weekend for Nicholi:

THANK YOU NÜRNBERG for letting us take over your city for the weekend! 🙌🏼

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