During their last visit in Hong Kong, Russian daredevils Vadim Makhorov and Vitaly Raskalov decided to climb a massive skyscraper and hack its billboard.
What should have been a fun day out with friends and family turned sour when a monster truck drove into the crowd. Maybe stick to toy cars in the back yard?
Two base-jumpers leaped from a skyscraper in London without any consent from the bar or building owners.
A video is circulating the internet of a young man almost making the most epic backflip blunder of the century.
There’s something about skateparks and moms that do not mix, as these examples of mothers losing their cool at skaters demonstrate.
We are all programmed to enjoy a bit of a thrill sometimes, but how we get our thrills is not often in such an extreme way. Derek Dutton is one crazy, thrill-seeking daredevil, and what he does is terrifying! Awesome… but terrifying.
Bare-knuckle fighting, probably one of the oldest combat sports out there, is on the rise in the United Kingdom. Vice.com has documented the fighters and rise of the gritty sport.
Such fun! The perks of being an ath-o-lete – if you’re seriously good at something that’s incredibly dangerous, it’s easier to take the piss out of it. Like this montage of bored pole vaulters. They’ve obviously got this sport down to a tee, allowing them to take their frustration out with what most probably started [...]
Apparently in the “scene” they call this “bonnet surfing.” All you need to know is that there’s a guy, a wooden board, a half-ton bakkie, a lot of dust, and multiple camera angles.
When Anders Helstrup jumped out of a plane over Hedmark, south east Norway, he didn’t anticipate getting within high-fiving distance of a meteor traveling at 470km per hour.
Watch this incredible Italian with a couple of planks strapped to his feet, clad in latex, go at a speed the average car doesn’t even reach. On Monday, Simone Origone beat the world record for speed skiing, clocking in at 252.454km/h, at the French ski resort Vars.
It isn’t a man strapped with a GoPro to his head falling from the upper stratosphere, but still cool nonetheless. It’s strange how kayaker Dane Jackson’s ball’s of steel didn’t cause him to drown, when he dropped 18.3m down a waterfall in his kayak.
Freedom Tower in New York is a very, very tall building. So it was only a matter of time before someone strapped a camera to themselves and jumped off of it.
Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov are free-hand urban climbers from Russia, and yes, they have bigger balls than you do. The following five minute video is a demonstration thereof, and the proper technique needed to illegally access and scale a 650 metre building.
On January 15th, 2014, Alex Honnold made the first free solo ascent of El Sendero Luminoso (5.12d), a 15 pitch big wall near Monterrey, Mexico. This is footage from pitch 7 (5.12a), filmed by Cedar Wright, Renan Ozturk, and SkySight RC for Camp 4 Collective.
If you, like me, aren’t exactly an impressive athletic specimen, then this is the closest you’re likely to come to knowing what it feels like to ski down an Olympic-level piste. Graham Bell does know what it feels like. In fact, he knows what it feels like to ski down that course holding a camera. Because he’s a badass.
Next to Mario, Andrew Cotton from the UK might be the plumber with the biggest balls. Cotton rode an 80 ft monster of a wave off the coast of Nazare, Portugal. His ride has been submitted for this year’s Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards.
Keen to watch the GoPro footage of an Austrian falling from 24 miles above the earth? Sure you are. This newly released video shows the first person perspective of Felix Baumgartner’s jump from back in 2012.
Do you even know what Nitro Circus is? Do you even KNOW? Watch these videos, get up to speed, and then win yourself some tickets. Get inside. Go on.
Showing the middle finger to gravity, these skateboarders have taken over the rooftops of NYC. Enjoy the resulting footage taken from the film ‘Tengu: God of Mischief’.
Please meet Master Wong. Unlike some Kung Fu teachers who emphasise patience, discipline and self-defence, all Wong wants is for you to be professional, to understand what you’re doing – and to fuck up that motherfucker.
“Let’s send Kobus to Mars,” is something you will never hear coming out of NASA mission controller’s mouth. The likelihood that a South African would be chosen to go to space, let alone to form a human colony on Mars is not very strong. But through private and public funding, the Mars One Expedition may do just that.
God bless the Royal Air force, for they have just given us all the opportunity to sit inside the cockpit of a RAF Typhoon jet.