Extreme Sports

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'.

VenomSkate
Published: September 9, 201518,236,238 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!

Security Guard Removes Punk By Riding His Bike Out Of The Park38s

Security Guard Removes Punk By Riding His Bike Out Of The Park

After ignoring this security guard at a BMX event in Estonia, this rider quickly gets taught a priceless lesson. The hilarious moment was caught on video by one Einius Žiūkas, who later wrote on YouTube: "Don't bmx in the middle of skateboarding runs or estonian security guards will show you how it's done!" The punk wanted to ride his BMX on the ramps during the 2016 Kuldrula skateboarding competition in Pärnu, Estonia, while the park was being used by skaters. Security has told him that recreational bikers 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. What this cool dude did threw Reddit on their feet cheering and you are about to see why. 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? Getting punked by a “rent-a-cop” is a wrought-iron cause to just sell your bike, move to a different state and change your appearance. We have to give kudos to Redditors and their vast knowledge of all things pop. Good thing it is a aggregate of so many different types of folks, so that we, too, might learn something. Someone mentioned that this might just be a very cool and elaborate set-up, given how the security guard was a younger man who surprisingly knew what he is supposed to do with that bike. Of course, many failed to see the logic behind it, given it is a small, local event. Their assumption was that this kid just wanted to show off a bit in front of the audience, but the guiard just wanted to show him that “even I can do it, big whoop, stay off the bleeping course”. Kuldrula is the oldest skateboarding contest in Estonia, and takes place every August. The first contest took place in 1980 and now has expanded to include BMXers, in-liners and scooter riders.

Rockvam
Published: August 16, 20161,245,562 views
Insane Wingsuit Flight Leaves You At The Edge Of Your Seat 1m10s

Insane Wingsuit Flight Leaves You At The Edge Of Your Seat

You have to have a lot of guts to do something like this! The Brevent exit in Chamonix, France was first opened in 2012, but following a series of accidents within a short amount of time, it was closed by local authorities. It remains one of the most technical wingsuit exits in the world with a very big ledge at 50, very low departure, electric cable, and tons of paragliders. If you're an adventurous and gutsy person, this might be the best activity for you! You definitely can't be afraid of heights, that's for sure!Even though this may look scary, the view is spectacular and totally worth it! Imagine scratching this off your bucket list, so awesome! The speed this occurs at also looks very intimidating, you have to make sure you are far enough away from the objects around you so you don't get injured on the way down, crazy! Special thanks to Nik, Darren and Snake River BASE Jumping School. Have you ever done this before? Let us know in the comment section down below! Check out this video of an insane wingsuit flight! Time to be adventurous and try this out for yourself! What a great story to tell all your friends and family!

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.

GrahamBC
Published: August 6, 2015300,483 views
Drifting race car sends tire flying into the crowd15s

Drifting race car sends tire flying into the crowd

During the King of Europe drifting races that take place in the Polish town of Karpacz, a freak accident befell a few unlucky roadside participants. Watch what happens when a drifter's tire is sent flying into the crowd. Ouch! Not to worry, these people were not harmed.

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Published: December 8, 2015356 plays$0.72 earned
Kite Surfer Jumps Over Island, Lands Back On Water31s

Kite Surfer Jumps Over Island, Lands Back On Water

Watch kite surfer Youri Zoon jump straight over Mbkue island in New Caledonia, located in the southwest Pacific Ocean. He manages to clear all land and sticks the perfect landing! The two-time kitesurfing champion from Holland managed to master an impossible feat and fly over 120 feet of land on the Mbkue island, then safely land on the ocean on the other side. He is seen traveling with speeds of 22 miles per hour while approaching the point where he would complete his bound. The 24-year old daredevil later said: “Making the jump felt amazing - I got a rush of adrenaline as I took off. Once I got over half of the island I knew I was going to make it and that is when it felt really great." The speeding gust of wind picked him up 50 feet into the air and landed him on the other side, flying over some beachgoers and other fellow kite-surfers. His attempts thus far have not gone without a hitch though – on his second attempt at the stunt, Youri crashed himself into a tree, though rather safely. Kitesurfing is an extreme sport which uses wakeboards and controllable kites to harnesses the power of the wind. This action sport combines aspects of wakeboarding, snowboarding, windsurfing, surfing, paragliding, skateboarding and sailing into one extreme sport! The kitesurfer has to harnesses the power of the wind with the help of a large controllable power kite by propelling it across the water, land, or snow. Would you try this extreme sport, or are you satisfied just by watching others do it!? Let us know in the comments, and share your experience!

Yorick
Published: June 6, 2014269,172 views
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.

Grinding Flaming Snowboard Rails!2m53s

Grinding Flaming Snowboard Rails!

Snowboarding with No Anchor is a winter sport of its own. In this feature they log, jump cars, and light everything on fire! No Anchor is a collective of artists, producers, athletes, and visionaries all coming together to share their aspirations and accomplishments with the world.

NoAnchor
Published: March 1, 2014206,713 views
2-Year-Old Skiing Prodigy Shows Off Amazing Skills2m42s

2-Year-Old Skiing Prodigy Shows Off Amazing Skills

Kasper Treadway has no problem conquering the slopes at Kicking Horse Resort outside of Golden, British Columbia, Canada. At only 2 years of age it looks like Kasper has an extremely bright future ahead of him. Check out his amazing talents! Sure, he might be taking the “easiest way down", but come on! The kid is only two! People might call that age “the terrible twos", but Kasper is anything but! Watching him slide down those slopes like he’s been born with those training skis on makes us slightly uncomfortable - not for his safety, but for our lack of skiing skills! We admire his talent and the urge to start so young. His parents look like they are seasoned skiers, so taking their son to the powdery slopes probably came as natural as walking to them. The kid jumps, swerves and stops like a pro! And that speed that he is going with? Just wow! Even though he is only 2 years old, Kasper Treadway is going to be extremely impressive on a pair of skis. Check out his amazing skills at performs jumps and masters rail slides while at Big White in British Columbia, Canada. How is he so good?!

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!

erictesch
Published: October 30, 2014178,424 views
Brave Biker Rides His Dirt Bike Through A Flash Flood3m58s

Brave Biker Rides His Dirt Bike Through A Flash Flood

When monsoon rains hit Joshua Tree, California, Cole Gibson decided to strap on his GoPro camera and go for a wild ride on his 2002 Suzuki DRZ400E dirt bike. The flash flooding that overwhelmed the streets didn't throw him off his plans. We see him rushing through water and mud-filled streets. At one point, he comes across a puddle several inches deep and decided to have a blast, cutting through the water as it splashes all over him, covering both his visor and his GoPro camera. How does he even know where he is going? Then he goes off the road and comes to the head of the flash flooding in one of the washes, so he decides that this is the best ride to catch in the washes. It is like an ode to the good old days, when we were young and careless and all we wanted all day long was to play in the puddles after an rainy day. Cole has a bike to match his spirit, so he takes off into the desert to get buried into dust and mud, before heading back home, drenched and caked in mud, but with a full heart. From destroying the dirt to shredding the streets, these versatile bikes have got what it takes! We've never seen somebody so excited about mud. His bravery to go out in a weather like that is truly admirable! Oh man, that looks like so much fun!

19 wingsuits jump off a cliff in Norway1m38s

19 wingsuits jump off a cliff in Norway

A 19-way wingsuit BASE from Katthammaren in Eikesdalen, Norway. This group of friends and experienced wingsuit pilots explore the beautiful landscape of fjords, big walls, grey rocks and deep blue sky!

Super slow motion parkour and freerunning1m23s

Super slow motion parkour and freerunning

The team from 'No Anchor' recently filmed with some incredible parkour athletes in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Take a look at some of the high-flying moments from their day! Athletes: Sam Wood, Steven Scarcello, and Josh Blakley.

NoAnchor
Published: August 10, 2014132,637 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!

Incredible aesthetics on display at San Diego's Chicano Park55s

Incredible aesthetics on display at San Diego's Chicano Park

Sometimes we get so caught up in what we can pay to do and see, that the fun and free activities go unnoticed. Luckily for us, the dope folks at the San Diego Tourism Authority gave us a great list of places to visit that won't break the bank while touring the sunny city. After scrolling through the suggestions, one place really caught our eye. Chicano Park is a testament to the strength of Mexican arts and culture, located in Barrio Logan with 7.4 acres of history spanning underneath the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge.

BASE jumper leaps into the unknown54s

BASE jumper leaps into the unknown

A point-of-view BASE jump that will definitely make your palms sweat! Watch as Darjus takes a risky leap into the clouds from the top of a radio tower in Russia.

BASEjumper
Published: December 19, 201495,842 views
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.