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Bike riders mysteriously huck giant tricks in field of flowers without ramps

Sweden can be a pretty magical place. The country of Norseman offers plenty of natural beauty, plus they’ve been part of the greatest combination of two foods since peanut butter and chocolate (well, maybe). Now they might be known for magical bike tricks.

Swedish professional mountain biker Martin Söderström and Polish professional BMX rider Dawid Godziek teamed up for an incredible and creative edit called “Field Trippin'” that features them riding flatland through a field of wildflowers in Sweden, hucking giant tricks.

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Details have not been released by Red Bull as to how they were able to fly out of the flats like that, but they claim that no kickers and landings were used at all in the edit. Your guess is as good as our’s as to how the duo were able to land some world firsts like an MTB 360 tailwhip catch tailwhip and an MTB 360 no-hander to tailwhip. Stay tuned as a behind-the-scenes will be released tomorrow. For now, just allow yourself to be mesmerized.

Martin Söderström flying high in the field. Photo: Courtesy of Adam Klingeteg/Red Bull Content Pool
Martin Söderström flying high in the field. Photo: Courtesy of Adam Klingeteg/Red Bull Content Pool

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