Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Spencer Seabrooke Solo Slackline Record

Nerve wracking. Well done Spencer.


Asifur Rahman said...


Unknown said...

Oh, my! You need nerves of steele and balancing skills of a cat to be able to do that! Even if I practiced a century, I would not have the courage to do this stunt :) But, I do love practicing on a slackline in my backtyard, and it is not as complicated as it seems. If you are interested in giving this sport a shoot, I suggest checking out an article that talks about slacklining, and offers useful tips and reviews of the best slacklines on the market: http://hikingmastery.com/top-pick/the-best-slackline.html

Unknown said...

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