James Kingston, British freerunner and film stuntman, has traveled to one of the most populated cities in the world - Bangalore, India - to get one of the most unique and dramatic views possible. After accessing the construction site via wall jumps, he begins to scale the dirt-covered crane with seemingly effortless ease. James' climb wouldn't be complete without a daring, one-handed dangle over the city, with Bangalore's early morning traffic bustling below. James continues to climb along a less-than-foot-wide strip of metal until he reaches the absolute top, where the full scope of the city comes into view. Absolutely amazing.
James Kingston Hangs One-Handed Over Traffic In Bangalore, India | On the Edge, Ep. 3
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