♪ (intro music) ♪ PRESENT No matter how hard you try
to do something new… (Kenny grunting) …in the end it’s all about finding
the perfect balance. ♪ (music) ♪ BALANCE
Kenny Belaey ♪ (music continues) ♪ (crumbling stones) ♪ (music continues) ♪ (Kenny breathing heavily) Ah! (Kenny shouts in relief) Ah! Ah! Ah! (Kenny breathing heavily) ♪ (music) ♪ It’s D-day, I mean,
one year of preparation. This is the day it’s going happen.(man on radio) All units
before you end it off the drop sectionmake sure you catch your breathand [inaudible].Rocks are super sharp.
They’re all loose.At the phone I thought
he was not going to make it. Every meter you extend it it’s just a different feeling. It’s like every thought you have
in your mind is just too much of it.(man on radio) You guys,this is the hardest drop section
I ever rode in my life.It looks pretty gnarly from here.I have been riding for 23 years and it was the biggest adventure
I’ve ever done in my life. What you see is what you get, I mean it’s just the tires
on the slackline and balance was the key of this project.