Extreme Sports

After Ignoring The Security Guard, This BMX Rider Is Taught A Lesson 38s

After Ignoring The Security Guard, This BMX Rider Is Taught A Lesson

After ignoring this security guard at a BMX event in Estonia, this rider quickly gets taught a priceless lesson. The punk wanted to ride his BMX on the ramps while the park was being used by skaters. Security has told him that bikes aren't allowed there that day, but he ignored their warnings, as punks usually do and went along with his wish. So the super cool security guard ran over to him and pushed him off his bike. For a minute there, you think he might slap him across the face and throw him out, but nope. The guard took his bike and showed him how pros really ride their BMXs. The guy sits on the bike, makes a big turn and goes straight for the vertical ramp, back down again and makes a backwards flip like a seasoned BMX athlete, before grounding the bike on the edge of the skate park and pushed it outside. That must have burned, ouch! It is hilarious how things took an unexpected turn in just few seconds. Nobody would have expected from the security guard to pull off such an amazing stunt and steal the bike from the unsuspecting rider. This video has taught us one very important lesson, never refuse to obey the command of someone with authority, instead of confronting their orders, try to negotiate a better way out! Now that's how it's done! While the crowd cheers for the pro in disguise, the punk can't believe what his eyes were seeing! That was amazing! Do you need some ointment for that burn, son?

Published: August 16, 20161,241,364 views
This POV Footage Of The 'Plankwalk In The Sky' Is The Cure For Acrophobia2m57s

This POV Footage Of The 'Plankwalk In The Sky' Is The Cure For Acrophobia

You definitely have to be brave to hike these crazy trails! Mount Hua is a picturesque mountain located near the city of Huayin in China. It contains the most dangerous hiking trails, known as the infamous "plankwalk in the sky". It takes a lot of guts to try and get to the top of these trails! Just because it is dangerous, doesn't mean no one is going to try and complete them! This POV footage shows you how incredible and exciting this experience actually is. This is definitely something cool to add to your bucket list! According to the user 'erictesch', harnesses act as a safety barrier and keep you attached to the mountain face at all times. There may be harnesses, but it still looks scary, especially if you don't love heights! Would you be brave enough to complete one of the most dangerous hiking trails? I think the view at the end is worth it! What a great experience this would be! Mount Huashan is the most dangerous and terrifying hike In the world.The paths have been reinforced due to a influx of tourists, but they are nonetheless dangerous, and carry a reputation for fatal falls. Although no official statistics are kept, some say that the number may be as much as about 100 fatal falls a year. Some of the more dangerous parts of the trails have names like Thousand-Foot Precipice, Hundred-Foot Crevice and Black Dragon Ridge. Do you want to give hiking a shot? Check out some of this outdoor equipment ! Time to take hiking off your bucket list!

Published: October 30, 2014177,158 views
Skydiver Solves Rubik's Cube While Free-Falling1m10s

Skydiver Solves Rubik's Cube While Free-Falling

For all you adrenaline junkies out there, doing normal isn't exactly the most appealing thing. Some ride skateboards at speeds faster than a typical car instead of just riding it around town, you partake in extreme sports, and in this case, jump out of planes instead of flying in them. With the need to always step up the intensity, the rush of adrenaline is well worth it. Here we have a skydiver taking skydiving to the next level with just a parachute, and a Rubik's Cube. Now this has to be one of the most insane free-falls you'll ever see! Skydiver Chris Walker refuses to open his parachute until he manages to successfully solve a Rubik's Cube. This intense video will for sure leave you holding your breath at certain parts, especially as he nears the ground. With enough practice, anything is possible, and this skydiver is proving that to be true. Think you could do the same? Speaking of solving the most annoying little cube in the world, you have to see this little kid. The 7-year-old boy solves a Rubik's cube while blindfolded in 2 minutes and 21 seconds! In case that wasn't enough of a challenge, the ref also holds a piece of paper between the kid's blindfold and the cube, just to be on the safe side. Now that's WHOA! Check out this insane skydiver!

Daring Longboarder Speeds Down Mountainside Hill At 70Mph2m45s

Daring Longboarder Speeds Down Mountainside Hill At 70Mph

For all you adrenaline junkies out there, being normal isn't exactly the most appealing thing. You guys jump out of planes instead of flying in them, you partake in extreme sports, and in this case, some ride longboards at speeds faster than a typical car instead of just riding it around town. With the need to always step up the intensity, the rush of adrenaline is well worth it. Here we have a speeding longboarder doing what most people in the world would probably be afraid to do. Watch as longboarder and Boulder native Zak Maytum races down one of the fastest runs in Colorado! He is a professional downhill skateboard racer, owner of Venom Skate Products and world's foremost aero helmet collector and enthusiast. With speeds approaching 70mph, the footage will definitely leave your palms sweaty. It is called a Raw Run, recognized colloquially within the longboarding community as a recorded video showcasing the entire descent down the hill, from top to bottom. This is typically done all in one take, to showcase the rider's consistency and skill and Zak lacks neither! With both feet planted firmly on his board, Zak zooms past trees and properties; if you blink, you will miss it! When the 23-year-old balances himself on those nasty turns, the plates on his palms throw sparks behind them! Have you ever seen anything this intense? Let us know in the comment section. Credit to 'Venom Skate'.

Published: September 9, 201516,979,640 views
Mountain bikers tempt fate on dangerous White Line trail2m56s

Mountain bikers tempt fate on dangerous White Line trail

Nate Hills rides the dangerous White Line into Little Horse, located in Sedona, Arizona, with Kyle Mears. Watch the incredible journey as it unfolds! We see Nate and his fellow enduro racer Kyle ride the white line zig and zag down the hills in Arizona and our blood freezes in our veins. We expect either of them to slip accidentally and we cringe on every turn. But for these two, the white line is just another pavement; a street with no cars, one that they can ride freely without interruptions. Nate Hills is an enduro racer and adventurer. From the lung-searing high mountains of Colorado to the high glacier covered mountains of Bolivia, Nate Hills pushes the human limit of what is possible with the bike. Enduro is a stage-race format where the winner is the rider who accumulates the lowest combined time from the timed downhill sections. Enduros typically take place over one or two days, however, week-long competitions also exist such as the Trans Provence (France), the Andes Pacifico (Chile), and the Pisgah Stage Race (United States).A typical one-day enduro consists of 3 to 5 timed stages which take place on technically demanding, generally descending terrain, and often with sections of singletrack. These stages are linked by predominantly ascending "transfer" stages. Although a rider's performance on the physically demanding transfer stages does not affect his or her result, they often have a time-limit, or a latest allowed arrival-time for the start of the next stage. (source: Wikipedia) According to the Enduro World Series 2015 Rule Book, a minimum of four special stages is required per event, a minimum of three different courses must be used, and the results will be calculated by adding all stage times together for each rider. Plastic miniature helicopter footage courtesy of Hagephoto.com.

Published: February 4, 201639,282 views
Woman's Zip Line Experience Doesn't Exactly Go As Planned1m34s

Woman's Zip Line Experience Doesn't Exactly Go As Planned

When it comes to zip lining it can be a bit scary and there's always the small chance that something may go wrong. This lady proves it - and it's hilarious! The woman went with her kids to a zip line for some adventure time, but the adrenaline and the exhilaration made her forget the crash course they give you at the start. So as soon as she approaches the end of the line, the spring pad, which is an emergency arrest device approved by the The Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) for every rider’s ultimate safety. That all would have been great, if the woman’s speed under her weight didn’t press the spring pad to the max. And you know what happens when a spring get pressed all the way down - it has to come right back up, sending the woman back up the line! The only problem here is the line goes up and the spring doesn’t have enough force to return the rider to the beginning of the line. So now she is stranded in the middle of it. And it is a looong way down from there. Both her kids and the instructors keep yelling at her to grab the line in order to drag herself back down. Our guess is she will never get on that thing again! Thanks for the laughs, Penny!

This Adrenaline-Filled Zip Line Hits Speeds Over 90 Mph1m33s

This Adrenaline-Filled Zip Line Hits Speeds Over 90 Mph

For all you adrenaline junkies, this zip line might be for you. Whistler Sasquatch Line in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada is the longest zip line in Canada and USA. At over 1.2 miles in length, 600 feet above the valley floor, and hitting speeds over 90 miles per hour, it looks like a breathtaking experience. Check out this point-of-view footage if you don’t believe us! How amazing is that? It might seem like nothing at all when you watch this clip. The buzzing of the air in the microphone aside, you really can’t get a sense of just how fast they are going. To give you an idea, just imagine riding on the roof of a car that goes 90+ miles per hour on a highway. Now imagine that highway is a mile and a half above the ground between two mountains and you are hanging in the air instead of sitting safely on a roof. Thrilling, isn’t it? Wasn’t there a movie with a scene like that? Anyway, this particular line is named after the famed mysterious creature that everyone claims to have seen, but there is no evidence for it. Fed by gravity, the Sasquatch takes you from one mountain to the other the shortest way, showing you a breathtaking view of the Canadian Rockies. Would you ever consider going to this zip-line? You'd be going faster than most cars on that! Be sure to stop by https://rumble.com/ to check out other awesome extreme videos and feel free to upload your own. Check out this awesome zip line.

Published: August 6, 2015294,850 views
Jaw-Dropping Wingsuit Proximity Flying2m17s

Jaw-Dropping Wingsuit Proximity Flying

The best memories in life are the ones shared with friends! Check out this proximity flying clip title, 'Happiness in The Sky: A tribute to Brian Drake'. Brian was and remains one of the best wingsuit proximity pilots in the world. Here's Brian and Scotty Bob flying the Jungfrau Line in Switzerland. Unfortunately he passed away after being seriously injured in an accident in the Bernese Oberland, along with Dan Vicary and Ludovic Woerth during the end of March. This is a tribute to their great legacy!

Vulture Joins Father And Son On Paragliding Adventure1m03s

Vulture Joins Father And Son On Paragliding Adventure

This 4 year old toddler named Talo has grown up around both birds and paragliding. He watches his dad take customers on Parahawking flights daily and meets them afterwards to chat about the birds and their flights. Parahawking is an activity that combines paragliding with falconry. Birds of prey are trained to fly with paragliders, guiding them to thermals. Talo is enjoying his amazing childhood. He flies with the birds and enjoys some alone time, hanging with papa. He sure knows how to live his life, his friends must be jealous of him. Talo finally got a chance to join the birds in the air and he absolutely loved it. He and his dad went paragliding and Talo wore a falconry glove throughout the entire flight. The hawks would come to the paraglider and stand on his glove midst flight. How awesome is that. The birds seem to be enjoying this fun ride as well. Not only he flies with the birds he also touches and pets them, and they fly together in harmony. Parahawking was a very cool sport indeed. Talo is now overjoyed with excitement every time his father mentions parahawking and he wants to go all the time. Of course, his dad won't mind to take him anytime he wants.

Published: September 26, 20173,890 views
POV hang-gliding over stunning Carpathian Mountains 1m04s

POV hang-gliding over stunning Carpathian Mountains

Check out this epic POV footage of some hang-gliding action over the beautiful and wild Carpathian Mountains. How cool is that? While the old Europeans used to call them “Snowy Mountains”, “Hungarian Mountains” or "Transylvania's Mountains", the range’s modern name can be translated into “Rocky mountains” from the old Slavic word “skála”, meaning rock or cliff. The Carpathian Mountains or Carpathians are a mountain range system forming an arc roughly 932 mi long across Central and Eastern Europe, making them the second-longest mountain range in Europe. With the picturesque forests and steep slopes, the Carpathian chain of mountains is a popular European destination for those who love extreme sports.

Wingsuit proximity flying over amazing Norway1m28s

Wingsuit proximity flying over amazing Norway

World wingsuit league contender Yuri Codeiro is flies here like a real white-tailed Norwegian eagle in the Gudvangen Valley. What amazing scenery! The view at the exit point is beyond beautiful. Credit to 'BASEjumper'.

This Footage Of Speedflying Over A Waterfall Will Give You An Adrenaline Rush1m59s

This Footage Of Speedflying Over A Waterfall Will Give You An Adrenaline Rush

Check out this incredible point-of-view jump from the Flynarchy team as they execute a successful speedflying session from the top of Kjerag mountain in Lysebotn, Norway. Ozone Fazer provides us with the jaw-dropping footage! Speed flying, also known as speed riding, is the air sport of flying a small, fast fabric wing, usually in close proximity to a steep slope. Speed flying and speed riding are very similar sports; speed flying is when the speed wing is foot-launched, while speed riding (or ski gliding) is a winter sport done on skis. Sustained flight with a speed glider is possible over a ridge in strong winds. Speed flying is a hybrid sport that has combined elements of paragliding, parachuting, and even skiing to create a new sport. Like paragliding, speed flying is done by launching from a slope with the wing overhead, already inflated by the incoming air. The main difference between speed flying and paragliding, is that speed flying is meant to create a fast, thrilling ride close to the slope, while the point of paragliding is usually to maintain a longer, gentler flight. The fast landing technique for speed wings is similar to that used in parachuting. However, parachuting or skydiving is done from a plane or fixed object (BASE jumping), and the wing is designed to arrest the free fall. Newer designs of hybrid-wings (also called mini-wings) are now being produced to allow a high speed "hike and fly" from mountainous areas. They can be soared in strong laminar winds and thermalled similar to paragliders, and may also be trimmed for a more traditional speed flying descent.

Bicyclist screams down mountain road at insane speed54s

Bicyclist screams down mountain road at insane speed

Jackass Mountain is a famous peak on Highway 1 in British Columbia. It is known for the steep plunge that leads down from the road to the river below. During the construction of the road, a team of mules that were pulling a cart full of rocks and debris lost their footing and fell to their death below. The peak was aptly named Jackass Mountain after this tragic mishap. One of the steepest and longest descents on the whole highway, this stretch of road took Dave almost half an hour to climb and only three minutes to come down. Riding a 20 speed carbon fiber road bike with wheels the width of your thumb, this cyclist goes into a tuck and leans out over the handlebars to reduce wind resistance. The gorgeous scenery whips by, along with oncoming cars and even a pedestrian as he makes his way down. During the entire descent, not a single car passes because he is travelling at almost the speed limit. What an insane experience. Remember, do not try this at home. Check out this bike going down a road at an insane speed.

Daredevil Rides His Unicycle Over 200 Foot Cliff31s

Daredevil Rides His Unicycle Over 200 Foot Cliff

On a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Saskatchewan, Canada, daredevil JD Guignard casually rode his unicycle across a 200 foot cliff called Castle Butte in the Big Muddy Valley. JD has since said that he believes he was the first person to ever ride a unicycle on the butte, which was what motivated him for the feat in the first place. He said that there was no real danger, other that having to fight against the wind, but luckily the wind was right at his back. The daredevil also admitted that he did feel some nervous jitter on his way up, but everything calmed when he reached the top, as he “became one with the unicycle". The stunning view helped too. Who ever decided to cross the top of Castle Butte usually does it by foot, but JD had a different idea. The stunt performer, based out of Palmer, Saskatchewan took on the 60-meter-high formation on his unicycle, which is one of his specialties, which include mundane props like skateboards, bikes, cars and motorcycles. Guignard is originally from Windsor, Ontario, but eight years ago while on his way to Whistler, British Columbia, to go mountain biking, he stopped in Palmer to visit a cousin and he just kept coming back.

Landing a jet ski back flip with no hands!10s

Landing a jet ski back flip with no hands!

With the boring routines in our everyday lives, it shouldn't be all too surprising to see people doing extreme things to get out of their routines. Nowadays there are so many outdoor activities that you can do to get away from the boredom, everyone can find something to satisfy their cravings – mountain biking, trekking, waterskiing, sky diving...the list is endless. Gary Burtka took extreme sporting to a whole new level. Watch as the avid fan of jet skis makes a backward flip and lands without controlling his Backie Chan watercraft! That is wicked! We imagine it took hours of practice to be able to pull that off Here's what Gary can tell us about himself on his site, www.garyburtka.com: “I began legally riding a Kasawaki X-2 in the late 80s after completing a boating safety coarse at the age of 12. For years I enjoyed the freedom and experience that a personal watercraft could bring me as a regular consumer rider. In the summer of 1993 I was introduced to Tommy Nuttall Jr through his father, Tommy Nuttall Sr. (a family friend and owner of the local Big Boy's that we frequented). I watched one of Tommy's (Pride Performance) shows and eagerly participated in my first competitive event just a few weeks later in Wyandotte, MI in August of 93. I rode my X-2 in closed-course and amateur freestyle. I was hooked!"

Adventurous Daredevils Ride Kayak Down An Icy Mountain1m17s

Adventurous Daredevils Ride Kayak Down An Icy Mountain

These daredevils decide to take their kayaking to the extreme by riding it down a mountain side on a road covered in ice and snow. You won't believe just how fast they race down the slope! It is exactly what it sounds like. Grab a kayak and use it as a sled. Rinse and repeat. The sport formed when kayakers floated up to the mountain tops and took the snow down the mountain, cruising on waves of snow, instead of water. Forget scenic waterways and romantic paddles, the real way to get a kayak going is down a mountain. This daredevil shows how it’s done as he takes the wild ride down for a spin. With a camera strapped to him and armed with just a paddle, he lets gravity do the work. Would you try this daring stunt and feel this thrilling experience that will freeze your blood. Daredevils are often looked at as reckless, but they see themselves as calculated. There are very real risks with everything they do. This 'challenging' slide needs to be taken very seriously and requires a lot of experience. This gives daredevils the ability to make swift decisions and enjoy their sport! The camera is positioned downward and shows the front of the kayak as the daredevil uses his paddle to try to stay in the narrow strip of very steep mountain covered in snow. The footage also shows his friends screaming at the bottom, one of whom had to move in order not to get hurt. Snow snow kayaking is a winter sport practised by some kayakers. It usually involves kayakers descending snow slopes. This sport is typically done in the backcountry and occasionally at resorts and ski areas. Races are held in a modus similar to those of snowboarding they are known as a boatercross. In the races, kayakers race to a finish line or point.

Man builds replica boomerang from 'Mad Max' film1m15s

Man builds replica boomerang from 'Mad Max' film

'BoomerangsbyVic' has created a replica boomerang used in the late 1981 movie 'Mad Max: Road Warrior'. Check out it's beautiful flight! All boomerangs made by Vic from 'BoomerangsbyVic' are handcrafted with 10 ply 5 mm finish birch. His hand-crafted returning boomerangs can be purchased online and make great gifts for someone you know that loves boomerangs. The boomerang is a tool made and used by the Indigenous Australians for hunting. Typically constructed as a flat airfoil and when thrown is designed to spin about an axis that is perpendicular to the direction of its flight In terms of the use of the weapon in the Mad Max franchise, the Mad Max wikia page writes: “A once widespread tool used by the indigenous Australians for hunting and recreation, the boomerang has proved its worth following the collapse of western civilization. One notable user of the boomerang was the Feral Kid. His returning boomerang was made of chrome and was notably weighty, having the ability to embed itself in the skull of a victim. One such victim was a member of Lord Humungus' Marauders - The Golden Youth - who consequently suffered extensive head trauma and death." You might not be able to purchase the chrome boomerang like the one Vic made, but you can certainly purchase one of his wooden creations, so feel free to check out his site and share this video with your friends!

Wingsuit terrain flying in France and Switzerland1m56s

Wingsuit terrain flying in France and Switzerland

Incredible point-of-view footage featuring wingsuit pilot David Covel flying in Brevent, Chamonix, Le Petit Ferrand, France and Lauterbrunen Valley in Switzerland with Squirrel Team members Ian Mitchard, Scotty Bob, Mathew Kenney, Hartman Rector, Mike Steen and Matt Gerdes. Check it out!

Published: November 10, 201446,311 views
BMX Rider Ignores Security Guard and Lands Trick Over Stairs3m31s

BMX Rider Ignores Security Guard and Lands Trick Over Stairs

Info from Licensor: "We first met Justin Gautreau aka LIL JUICE at the first event and we immediately knew he would be part of our crew. He handles his biz against the infamous El Toro stairs and let nothing get in his way, not even an irate women in a golf cart."

Published: July 27, 2016167,284 plays$440.85 earned
Extreme helicopter skydives captured on camera1m58s

Extreme helicopter skydives captured on camera

A thrill seekers wonderland, the open air. With nothing but a parachute and a helmet, these people quickly descend into the world, with the biggest adrenaline rush of their lives. For some, nothing else can be more exciting. But for others, just the sight of the earth from thousands of feet in the sky is enough to make them hurl. For all you adrenaline junkies, you can be sure that you will appreciate this as much as the people in the video! For the most part, skydiving is fairly safe. There are rarely any accidents and malfunctions with the equipment, which seems to be the collective fear of most. Every skydiving company spends a ton of time educating the new skydivers on how to safely descend and deploy the parachute, and most of the time, the newbies are harnessed to a well seasoned veteran. Nothing but high times and high winds. Would you ever go skydiving? Let us know in the comments. For all you thrill seekers, check out Rumble.com to get your fix, and who knows, maybe you'll get some ideas. Check out this amazing footage of some high-altitude helicopter skydives. Talk about an adrenaline rush!

Jaw-dropping paragliding session over sea of clouds1m38s

Jaw-dropping paragliding session over sea of clouds

Paragliding is the recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying paragliders: lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure. The pilot sits in a harness suspended below a fabric wing comprising a large number of interconnected baffled cells. Despite not using an engine, paraglides flight can last many hours and cover many hundreds of kilometers, though flights of one to two hours and covering some tens of kilometers are more the norm. By skillful exploitation of sources of lift, the pilot may gain height, often climbing to altitudes of a few thousand meters. Check out some epic paragliding over a sea of clouds at 10,000 feet above the Carpathian Mountains. Breathtaking scenery!

Wingsuit proximity flying through the clouds1m01s

Wingsuit proximity flying through the clouds

Ian Mitchard takes us on the ride of a lifetime from the top of Brevent in Chamonix, France. The Brevent is considered one of the most dangerous BASE jump exits on earth and involves some incredibly tense moments. Check it out!