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One Million Feet Down

How long would it take to descend a million feet? Long but not that long (I will let you watch to get the answer). Well that would depend on who you are and where you live I guess. Adam Billinghurst lives in the right place and more importantly he can ride extremely well, still not a cinch though. I think when you realise how high up a million feet is you appreciate the under taking. Funny outtakes at the end too. Great idea, great vid and know nothing about the Sony Action Cam!

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