In a video that would make you go “that’s sick dude,” American footwear brand DC Shoes collaborated with Australian stuntman Robbie ‘Maddo’ Maddison to come up with a video that we predict would be “making waves” in just a matter of days. For full mind-blowing effect, watch it in 4K.

In the video, the self-professed Maddo rides a modified, amphibious KTM scrambler from land to sea and even onto big waves with ease.

The bike took two years to make, said Maddison. It wears paddle tyres, which are designed to take on terrain like sand dunes and mud to give it the physics required to propel it on water. Attached to the bike seems to be a set of skis that lets ol’Maddo here take on the famous waves of Teahupoo and Papara in Tahiti.

If you’re unfamiliar with who Robbi Maddison is, you might have seen him as James Bond. Well, sort of. Maddison was the stunt double for Daniel Craig in bike scenes of Skyfall. He has also done other notable stunts like the one in 2009, where he backflipped across London’s tower bridge. In 2010, he jumped across the Corinth Canal in Greece on a bike. This is a well-versed daredevil, that’s for sure.

Stunts like these and DC Shoes are not that uncommon, seeing as the co-founder of the footwear brand is professional rally driver, Ken Block, who is notoriously famous for his Gymkhana videos featuring the Subaru WRX STI, Ford Fiesta ST and more recently, the 1965 Ford Mustang.

An amphibious bike? Ain’t no pipe dream no more, it seems.