We won’t give away too much, but the film includes some truly outrageous moves around some of Danny’s favourite haunts, including Aberfoyle, Killin and Dunkeld in Perthshire, and Dalgety Bay in Fife and the Isle of Skye.
Perhaps as impressive as Danny’s ability to shred is his ability to crash gracefully — spills that would leave me in tatters are brushed off and the wonder-Scot gets up to try it all over again. This really is one you don’t want to miss.
I, of course, have to draw the parallels between Danny’s use of a trailer in a shredit and BikeRadar’s use of one in our legendary Ruby the Trail Dog summertime shred video… but maybe I’m clutching at straws and I’m just keen to push this video again.
What do you think? Do you like to shred with bambinos in tow? Do you get even a fraction as radical as this? Leave your thoughts and pictures in the comments!
Jack has been riding and fettling bikes for his whole life. Always in search of the hippest new niche in cycling, Jack is a self-confessed gravel dork, fixie-botherer, tandem-evangelist, hill-climbing try hard, and thinks nothing of taking on a daft challenge for the BikeRadar YouTube channel. With a near encyclopaedic knowledge of cycling tech — from the most esoteric niche nonsense to the most cutting edge modern kit — Jack takes pride in his ability to seek out tech and stories that would otherwise go unreported. Jack has been a Senior Staff Writer at BikeRadar for three years now and is currently testing an All-City Mr Pink as his long term test bike.