This is the unnamed winner of the third round of the 2013 Dunlop Autoby Cup Motorcycle Gymkhana, and the video of their run is mind-boggling for two different reasons. First, the motorcycle control on display here is extremely impressive, with excellent precision throughout.

Secondly, the videography is great. The rider attached a counterbalanced rotary video rig to the top of his helmet, allowing a free-spinning, constantly changing point of view, that the title of the video calls "Fairy View." We call it "Trippy View." Either way, it looks outstanding, and is a far cry from the dime-a-dozen GoPro videos that can be found all over the internet. Now, if we could just figure out how to adapt one of these for a car. Take a look at the full video below, and just try to keep your head on straight.

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      not sure if I was more impressed by the camera setup or by the riding!
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      Hal Jordan
      • 1 Year Ago
      As an avid autocrosser for many years, I am very interested in doing this type of thing on my bike. Is there a scene for this in FL? Nice video, and yeh, that guy can ride.
      • 1 Year Ago
      would love to see a split screen showing the track and where he is on it for comparison, made me dizzy.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Why does it sound like a plastic recycle bin is being tossed down the stairs during GoPro videos?
        Phil B
        • 1 Year Ago
        Crappy mic with heavy compression plus loose mounts equals godawful rattling sound way louder than it should ever be. Microphones don't like to be touched!
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Phil B
          That noise ruined the whole video for me.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Made me dizzy. A lot of skill, though.
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      Looks like no one needs Lakitu anymore..... This type of filming used to be his specialty.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I've only just started Moto Gymkhana and I'm hooked already. The new season starts soon and I can't wait. Unlike racing you can take part in competition straight away using more or less any bike, no specialised equipment needed, going to be a great year for me.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Andrew Freeman
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hi Guys, the unnamed rider is Takashi Tominaga a class A Rider in Japan. Class A is best of the best and the last time I looked he has won 4 Japanese National Championship sponsored by Dunlop. Another great video is here: this guy is called Toyoaki Ohtaki. You can check out more at for information on the UK's division and how to get involved.
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