Taking a motorcycle bungee jumping isn't just a case of strapping on a couple more strands of elastic. Both rider and bike have to be equally, but separately suspended and must achieve equal deceleration rates. The bike must then be ridden off the platform in such a manner that it doesn't become tangled in the cord and must end up, a the extend of extension, level, with the rider on top. The rider's got to make sure he doesn't interfere with the travel of the bike's cord, while keeping his clear too. Basically, Olivier from MotoRevue is both braver and smarter than we are. That's him riding off this 200-foot viaduct.