SI.com Staff
Tuesday November 22nd, 2016

Mountain bike athletes Kenny Belaey and Thomas Oehler travled to Sparta, Wisc., the self-proclaimed "Bicycle Capital of America" to find a new adventure for an epic riding session. What they found was unexpected, but totally awesome: a nine-acre lot with more than 600 rideable fiberglass statue molds.

Ryan Taylor

The space is managed by a fiberglass manufacturing business named Fast Corp, which specializes in developing giant statues, roadside attractions, themed water slides, and larger-than-life creations of all kinds, from giant elephants, to large pumpkin sculptures to mascots and logos of well-known brands. After 35 years in the business, Fast Corp has collected hundreds of molds that they used to create the sculptures, leaving Belaey and Oehler a fantasy wonderland to test out their bike skills on.

Ryan Taylor

Watch below as Belaey and Oehler showcase their mountain bike skills on everything from a locomotive roof to a 20-foot trojan horse drop.

Besides being the backdrop to Belaey and Oehler's trippy video, the town of Sparta is also home of the first rails to trails project in America. 
 

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