Conquering the world up high
Wed, 24 Oct 2012 7:00p.m.
When Sir Isaac Newton was pondering the laws of gravity in the seventeenth century it's unlikely he could have ever imagined how a young man from the Manawatu would, centuries later, set about bending them.
Levi Sherwood and his faithful motorbike speed off giant ramps constructed to send him as high into the air as possible.
That in itself isn't unique but what makes Levi so special is what he does when he's up there and how he's conquered the world doing it.
Watch the video to see the story by Dan Parker.
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