Gee had a different kind of riding partner for the filming of his next big challenge with BBC Earth.
Red Bull went behind the scenes of a special collaboration with downhill mountainbiking ace Gee Atherton and BBC Earth. See this incredible selection of images from the shoot here.
Gee got ready to take off down the hill side to race against the world's fastest bird, the Peregrine Falcon.
Gee tore down the Welsh mountain side with the falcon close by.
With the falcon in tow, the pair flew down the slopes during the filming of the BBC Earth experiment.
Downhill mountain biking pro Gee Atherton may have had the advantage of speed, but the Peregrine Falcon's agility was hard to beat.
Gee took mountain biking to the next level when he raced against a different league of competition.
Gee Atherton met his competition for the BBC Earth film.
BBC Earth used new drone technology to capture a unique perspective from the air of Gee and the falcon.
The BBC Earth team set up a shot, ready for when Gee took off down the Antur Stiniog trails.
Gee's skills were put to the test against one of nature's fastest and most dangerous animals for BBC Earth's latest project.
Gee Atherton flew down the trails for the camera.
Gee took on the Welsh terrain for the BBC Earth special.
Gee sped down the mountain, leaving the falcon trailing behind.
The falcon's razor sharp talons were just centimetre's from Gee's as it went for the bait.
The falcon was in hot pursuit of Gee on the Antur Stiniog hills in Wales.
After a day in the sky filming for BBC Earth, the falcon tried out Gee Atherton's mode of transport.