On their latest TV commercial, NVIDIA dropped professional skydiver Jeff Provenzano out of an airplane while sitting on a couch surrounded with all the accouterments of a regular living room. Watch the video below.
Canadian daredevil Spencer Seabrooke broke the world record for the longest free solo slackline ever in Squamish, B.C. He shattered the previous record by 7 meters, which was held by California’s Andy Lewis, who walked 57 metres over a 91-metre drop in 2011. In the video below, Spencer can be seen coming close to falling several… Continue reading Man Breaks World Record Free Solo Slackline
A group of skydivers assembled at Skydive Chicago to attempt a new vertical world record by creating a giant flower formation above central Illinois, Chicago. The plan involved 164 skydivers joining together to make a giant tower formation as they flew upside-down at speeds of up to 386kph (240 mph). Red Bull Air Force team members Jon DeVore and Mike Swanson… Continue reading Skydivers Set New Vertical Formation World Record
Australian stunt rider Robbie ‘Maddo’ Maddison, 34, takes his KTM 250 SX dirt bike with specially-built skis and paddle tires to ride the world famous waves of Teahupo’o, Tahiti. Robbie made history as the first person to surf the waves on a motorcycle. The video below showing the stunt is titled ‘Pipe Dream’, and was produced… Continue reading Robbie Maddison Surfs the Waves on a Dirt Bike
Nitro Circus biker Jed Mildon has successfully completed the world’s first quadruple BMX backflip. Mildon completed the four flips after months of several failed attempts and injuries. Watch the video below.
Roberta Mancino has jumped out of a helicopter over Panama City at night wearing a special wingsuit loaded with LEDs. The international model has participated in more than 7,000 skydives and won several awards and world records. She recorded her amazing stunt on a GoPro camera. Watch the video below.
British Red Bull pilots Paul Bonhomme and Steve Jones recently became the first two people in the world to fly their planes in formation through a 7.62 meters (25 foot) tall hanger in North Wales at 300 km/h (185 mph). Both pilots had only about 9.75 meters (32 feet) on either side of them and… Continue reading Two Planes Fly Through a Hangar
Two climbers dedicating their lives to scaling some of the world’s tallest and most iconic buildings without safety harnesses. The young daredevil climbed to dizzying heights to take these stomach-turning selfie pictures from the tips of the Ping An Finance Centre, 660 meters (2,165 ft) in Shenzhen, China. Watch the video below.