Biggest MTB Front Flip Attempt Ever

Over a 72-foot gap

Oct 8, 2014
Outside Magazine

Tom Van Steenbergen captured POV footage of his front flip attempt and fall.    Red Bull/YouTube

Eighteen-year-old Canadian mountain biker Tom Van Steenbergen attempted what is being called the biggest front flip in MTB history with a 72-foot upside-down cliff-gap huck. Steenbergen was competing in the Red Bull Rampage, an MTB contest held last Monday near Virgin, Utah.

Lucky for Van Steenbergen, he was able to walk away from a hard fall. Lucky for us, he was wearing a camera. Check out the video below.