• Video: Robbie William is riding the heaviest wave on his motorcycle

For someone who is nicknamed ’Maddo’, this Australian stunt rider sure carries a million mad feats under his cap. He has already won numerous international FMX events around the world and has been recognized as one of the best FMX riders of all time. He also holds multiple motorbike stunt records and has acted in several action flicks as the motorcycle stuntman.

Now, Robert William ’Robbie’ Maddison has set his eyes on creating another record. He wants to become the first ever to surf an ocean wave on a motorcycle. And not just any wave, but one of the heaviest waves in the earth in Tahiti, a small island in the South Pacific.

Yes, you read that right. Riding a motorcycle through a wave, just like a surfer. Being a stuntman on land is itself a very tedious practice, and Robbie wants to now surf the wave on a motorcycle? That’s just bonkers.

Check out the skill Robbie has learned guys. Robbie just broke boundaries.

He already holds a world for the longest distance ridden on the water which translates to 19.8 miles in a time of 31.29 seconds at a top speed of 45 mph.

Video: Robbie William is riding the heaviest wave on his motorcycle Screenshots / Gameplay
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Video: Robbie William is riding the heaviest wave on his motorcycle Screenshots / Gameplay
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Video: Robbie William is riding the heaviest wave on his motorcycle Screenshots / Gameplay
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Video: Robbie William is riding the heaviest wave on his motorcycle Screenshots / Gameplay
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Sagar Patil
Sagar Patil
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Over the years, a deeper conscience of machines moving body and soul has given him a crisp grasp over the concepts of motorcycling. A sucker for details and common sense, he loves getting his hands dirty every once in a while. His love affair with motorcycles ushers in the specialist skillset making Sagar our go-to expert for everything on two-wheels.  Read full bio
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