A biker who posted a YouTube video of himself crashing during a high-speed ride has escaped prison.
Jack Sanderson, 22, plunged down a 40ft cliff on a road between Buxton and Macclesfield, after coming within inches of colliding with a car in February.
After being found guilty of dangerous driving, Sanderson was handed a 12-week suspended sentence and disqualified from driving for two years.
He was also ordered to complete 300 hours of unpaid workers.
Footage of the near miss on the Cat and Fiddle, said to be Britain's most dangerous road, attracted over a million hits on YouTube.
In the terrifying footage, Sanderson can be seen somersaulting down the hill before landing on a patch of grass.
He miraculously walked away from the accident with minor injuries.
The 22-year-old's lawyer said he was "chastened" by the experience and was now "frightened" of the potential consequences.