Mildon, 24, stomped the three rotations perfectly during the free-to-the-public BMX show in his hometown. A representative of the Guinness Book Of World Records was on hand to witness and approve the ground-breaking trick that is sure to send shockwaves through the two-wheeled action-sports industry.
“This is the perfect result to three intensive months of practising and training for this moment,” said a thrilled Mildon.
“The impact and implications haven’t sunken in yet, but I’m so pumped to have aimed for something once deemed impossible and made my dream a reality.”
“Landing with both wheels on the downramp was the most amazing feeling in the world!”
The Unit T3 Mindtricks BMX Jam in Taupo was held at a public recreational park, with Mildon carving a 20 metre (66ft) high super-ramp into a hillside that flowed through a 3.6 metre (11ft) high super-kicker to Jed’s purpose-built Mega-Megabox landing.
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Unit founder Paul Everest congratulated Mildon on his amazing feat.
“Jed has proven himself to be one of the world’s best BMX riders and we salute him for having both the drive and ability to change the face of action-sports.
“He has shown the world what is possible if you take your dream and single-mindedly chase your goals without being distracted or listen to the critics and naysayers.”
The Unit T3 Mindtricks BMX Jam was made possible with the help of Unit, Bikefest and Taupo District Council, MB Century, McDonald’s Taupo, theairbag.co.nz, foampit.co.nz, and Pilgrim Bike Co.Spoke is a New Zealand based mountain biking magazine offers a fresh and fun approach to the sport, with original content, bold design and some truly great photographers. Their site offers plenty of news, reviews, features, handy tips and simply everything to do with mountain biking.