MacAskill, from Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye, released his new Imaginate riding video today.
The video takes viewer on a trip through MacAskill’s mind as he takes on a series of new stunts, including playing Twister and jumping on a tank.
A spokesperson for Red Bull Bikes, who sponsor MacAskill, said: “For months now the anticipation has been growing and the time has finally arrived to be blown away by Danny MacAskill's new Imaginate riding edit.
The pair will present Brewdogs, a six part series about the craft beer revolution, on NBC/Universal’s new Esquire Network this summer.
During the first series of hour long episodes James and Martin will travel across America, reporting on craft beer trends and scenes.
The pair will also team up with their US contemporaries to brew some bizarre concoctions, including the world’s most caffeinated beer and the first steam beer, which is designed to be consumed as fog.
St James Smokehouse picked up Scottish Food and Drink Entrepreneur, Business of the Year and Export Business of the Year at the awards, which were held in the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh.
Others big winners included The Highland Chocolatier and Plenta Foods Limited, who received two awards each.
A special award for Outstanding Achievement in Food and Drink was also presented to Paul Grant MBE, chairman of jam makers Mackays.
Andrew Fairlie (Restaurant Andrew Fairlie), Roy Brett (Ondine), Neil Forbes (Cafe St Honore), Tom Lewis (Monachyle Mhor) and Great British Menu winner Michael Smith (The Three Chimneys) will cook a course for the festival feast which will be held on Saturday.
The two day food festival has been organised by the Lewis family, who run the award-winning Monachyle Mhor and Mhor 84.
It will also include live music, a raft race on Loch Voil, food, market stalls, afternoon tea, a hog roast, barbecue and a ceilidh featuring Session A9 and Roman Road.