Daredevil cyclist (more commmonly known as a trials bike athlete) Andrei Burton shows off some amazing stunts by tackling some of Northern Ireland's most beautiful but also dangerous locations.
Burton is one of the world's top mountainbike trials athletes and has competed all over the world including the Guinness World Records.
The Giro d'Italia, a prestigious cycling event more commonly held in Italy, will start the opening stages in Northern Ireland, with the 3 day route starting at the Titanic quarter in Belfast. Visiting many of Northern Ireland's spectacular tourist spots, Andrei Burton displays his finest cycling tricks along the route that Giro D'Italia will take, balancing on the famous Titanic sign in front of Titanic Belfast, wheeling along the precipitous Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge, and balancing on a thin wall at the edge of the tall cliffs at Dunluce Castle and hopping across the basalt columns at Giant's Causeway.
The Big Start kicks off 3 days of celebration from Belfast to the City OF Armagh. Find out more at http://www.discovernorthernireland.com/Giro2014/
To find out more about the route and the locations visited by Burton, go to http://www.discovernorthernireland.com/giro2014/GiroRoute.aspx