Mountain biker Max Stockl inhibits world’s toughest ski run

( CNN) It is a accomplishment which must be seen to be conceived.

The world’s greatest skiers have a difficult time address the famous Streif course in Kitzbuhel, regarded as the toughest downhill hasten in Alpine skiing. There are almost always wobbles, often clangs and, unavoidably, hurts.

No-one had attempted to take the 3.3 km immerse on two rotates before — until Austrian Max Stockl decided to negotiate the merciless Alpine slopes on his mountain bike, growing the first downhill biker to complete the Streif in winter.

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