Geoff Rowley Tells Us What It’s Like To Skate A 52-Foot High Gap

When it comes to skateboarding, Geoff Rowley is one of the greats. The reason being because during his prime years he would throw himself down some of the gnarliest sets, rails, roof gaps, and of course, container gaps. We’re talking 52-foot high container gaps which, if not cleared would most likely result in death. Check out the video below in which Geoff discusses how he pulled off this insanity.

To watch Geoff huck himself self down these container gaps, watch his Extremely Sorry part below.