NEW SOUTH WALES - A professional skydiving instructor pulled off a bold stunt when he leapt from a plane and maneuvered his way onto the back of a moving motorbike at Shellharbour airport in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, on November 6.
Thirty-four-year-old Scott Hiscoe took the morning off from his day job to perform the stunt with Red Bull motocross athlete Robbie Maddison, in Wollongong.
Hiscoe leapt from an aeroplane, opened his parachute and executed a high-performance turn to build up speed before landing on the back of Maddison’s motorbike.
“It was always going to be a challenge with a lot of things having to line up to be successful, but who better to do it with than Robbie Maddison," Hiscoe said.
“Pulling this stunt off over my own home town of Wollongong made it even better.”
The pair achieved the stunt on their third attempt.