It is not the first time (far from it) that we have seen a video of Julien Dupont, that Frenchman who has a peculiar way of living the world of trials, taking it a little step further than usual. Thus, we have seen his series Ride the world, where he did not stop doing his stunts in cities like Madrid or Lyon. Well, now the boy seems to have gotten bored of the hustle and bustle of the cities and has decided to go to the French Alps, So that? Well, to continue surprising us now from a natural space.
This time he is not alone, and he is also accompanied in his adventures by the pilot Arthur Coutard. Obviously, if already in his passage through the cities he raised the odd blister for daring to climb where he should not, Seeing him in these beautiful natural landscapes may lead more than one to think that it is not the most convenient either what our friend Dupont does. But what do you want me to tell you, I will not be the one to judge him, and even less by showing us some really beautiful images. So it's time to enjoy the French Alps with Julien and Arthur. What do you think…
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