When I ride my bike, I like to imagine I’m turning so tight my hands are brushing the ground. But that’s never really the case. I would say that literally 100% of the time I’m on my bike, I’m perpendicular to the ground.

But I’m not Matt Hunter. Hunter is a Canadian cyclist, and when a photo recently surfaced of him riding his bike practically parallel to the ground, the internet cried “Photoshop!” This video, shot by Anthill Films, proves the internet wrong. The secret to going parallel, it turns out, is being able to take a corner insanely fast, while simultaneously not being a spaz.