Three riders on drift trikes negotiate the steepest street in the world. Photo is a screen grab from the video

Three riders on drift trikes negotiate the steepest street in the world. Photo is a screen grab from the video

Three daredevils riding on modified tricycles—something called a drift trike—challenged the steepest street in the world in Dunedin, New Zealand, and got such a rush they did it a second time, according to one of the riders.

Harley Jolly, Tyson Barr and Nic Roy reached unknown speeds as they traversed down Baldwin Street, known as the world's steepest street at a 19 percent grade.

Jolly of Christchurch, New Zealand, posted video of the insane ride, starting with these words of warning: "behavior like this may result in serious injury, harm or death."

A house on Baldwin Street, the steepest street in the world on which three daredevils raced down on drift trikes. Photo from Wikipedia

A house on Baldwin Street, the steepest street in the world on which three daredevils raced down on drift trikes. Photo: Wikipedia

The drift trike originated in New Zealand and features wide back tires that are designed to drift to negotiate corners. These guys didn't have any corners to worry about, just cars.

Fortunately, they reached the bottom of the 1,150-foot long street without incident.

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