Two wheels can take you places four wheels cannot – for various reasons obviously, but mostly because of their size. Simply put, motorcycles can squeeze into tighter spaces and ride along narrower paths.

In the videos below, Gavin Godfrey, an action sports star and adrenaline junkie, takes us along as he rides his dirt bike atop a very narrow ridgeline in Caineville, Utah. As you will see, there is virtually zero room for error as the slightest miscalculation or loss in traction can have you easily tumbling down a 100-foot drop.

As a world-record-holder for the first to land a triple-backflip on a mountain bike, Godfrey is no stranger to risk or danger. With nowhere to even turn around, he and his brother Preston take their chances to see how far they could ride on the ridgeline until, well, I guess you’ll just have to watch the videos to find out for yourself…

What do you think, would you try it?

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  • Sayyed Bashir

    Its good that dirt bikes are lightweight and narrow. My 500 EXC is 240 lbs and rides like a bicycle. It would take a lot of experience and courage to tackle that ridge line.

  • Johnny Blue

    If I’d try that I’d go down after five meters, or less…

  • Vrooom

    I do not have the balls for that.

    • Born to Ride

      You’re not alone.

    • spiff

      It’s not a big deal. I’d do it, but my mom said it’s time for dinner, and I gotta go.

  • Craig Hoffman

    Looks like the mud hills by Grand Junction, CO. Have ridden on those, but not the super duper skinny ones 🙂

  • kenneth_moore

    I’d do it, but I’d install giant helium balloons on each end of the bike first. Falling down those hills doesn’t look like much fun at all.

  • really cool ride with great scenery!