• Motorcyclist Kyle Katsandris jumped the 60 Freeway in Moreno Valley, CA
  • He jumps between two hills and gains tens of feet over the cars below
  • Video has more than 70,000 views on Instagram

Forrest Hanson For Dailymail.com

Southern California drivers were treated to a blink-or-you’ll miss-it unusual sight recently.

Motorcyclist Kyle Katsandris jumped the 60 Freeway in Moreno Valley, California, gliding from one hillside to another.

Video uploaded to Instagram shows a man preparing a dirt path up a hillside near the freeway, which lies in a hilly landscape on outer reaches of the Southern California megalopolis.

Like a scene out of 'Fury Road': Motorcyclist Kyle Katsandris jumped the 60 Freeway in Moreno Valley, California, gliding from one hillside to another

Like a scene out of ‘Fury Road’: Motorcyclist Kyle Katsandris jumped the 60 Freeway in Moreno Valley, California, gliding from one hillside to another

Video uploaded to Instagram shows a man preparing a dirt path up a hillside near the freeway and the subsequent jump. The video, which has more than 70,000 views, is captioned: 'The key board warriors were out in full force. Where are you now #nolimits'

Video uploaded to Instagram shows a man preparing a dirt path up a hillside near the freeway and the subsequent jump. The video, which has more than 70,000 views, is captioned: ‘The key board warriors were out in full force. Where are you now #nolimits’

An artful shot shows Katsandris ascend a hill with greenery on the right and barren mountains on the left.

He later arrives at the jump-off point and is seen gaining tens of feet over the cars below.

The video, which has more than 70,000 views on the social media platform, is captioned: ‘The key board warriors were out in full force. Where are you now #nolimits.’

An artful shot shows Katsandris ascend a hill with greenery on the right and barren mountains on the left

An artful shot shows Katsandris ascend a hill with greenery on the right and barren mountains on the left

Some travelers wondered what would have happened in the event of an accident.

A woman told CBS News: ‘Becoming a threat to other people as well. Not only to himself. It’s not only about his injuries, it’s about other people.’

A friend of Katsandris’s said the motorbike enthusiast frequently pulls such stunts.

But it remains to be seen whether California Highway Patrol and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department – both of which are investigating the incident – will be impressed. 

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