‘Extreme’ Inline Skater Thinks This Is A Good Idea

‘Extreme’ Inline Skater Thinks This Is A Good Idea

Dirk Auer (Images courtesy The Daily Mail)
By Andrew Liszewski

Dirk Auer, pictured above, is an extreme inline skater who already holds the world speed record for skating, achieving a top speed of 190mph while being dragged behind a Porsche GT2. So how does one top such an accomplishment? Well by designing a special pair of inline skates that allow you to ride a wooden roller coaster of course! This stunt, which took place on the Mammoth roller coaster at the Trips Drill theme park in Stuttgart, took 2 months to plan including 110 hours making the custom inline skates. But the ride itself took just over a minute with Auer reaching a top speed of 56mph after the first 30 meter drop.

And I would totally call shenanigans on these photos were it not for this news report with footage of Dirk actually racing around the coaster.

[ The Daily Mail – What a scream! Adrenaline junkie skates down 860 metre roller coaster… in just 60 seconds ] VIA [ DVICE ]

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