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Bike balancing 200m high up - Fabio Wibmer
Dam(n) that was high! Balancing a bike on one of the highest dams in europe, the Koelnbreinsperre in Austria, which has a height of 200m. This is my entry for the "GoPro of the world contest". The vot...
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