Cam Zink successfully landed a 100-foot dirt-to-dirt mountain bike backflip to set a new Guinness World Record at Mammoth Mountain on Aug. 21, 2014.
This zip line in Panama City, Panama is an adrenaline junkie’s dream come true. As if a zip line thousands of feet above the ground isn’t enough of a rush, these guys are cutting loose mid way through and parachuting their way to the ground. Follow this bad ass Devin Supertramp on Twitter.
A woman in the Bahamas has incredibly managed to abandon her photo-shoot just seconds before an out-of-control jet ski collided with hers and sent its riders soaring onto the beach.
COMBO COMMANDER 2 by Fabian Doerig. The past winter months Fabian Dörig spent most of his free time in the street course cellar, inventing, practicing and fliming new, exciting and nearly impossible trick combinations. Filmed by: Luca Krauer, Joshua Fraser and Francesco Saturnino
On this week’s very special episode of GGN, Tony Hawk stops by to chop it up with Nemo Hoes about grinding on power lines, when they were at the White Chicks movie premiere, and the world of skateboarding! Only on this Double G News you-bitch-yewwwww!
Jesper Tjäder sends a line that wasn’t intended to be hit, a massive gap from one jump to another at the Nine Knights competition wanting to prove to everyone that it’s possible.
So what’s this latest entry into the fight world? Full contact skydiving, of course, because plummeting to the earth at 300 m.p.h. is not frightening enough, you should now be trying to beat the shit out of someone in the process. I guess instead of tapping out you just pull your chute.
Russian Teenager Sergey Deviliashov aka “Russian Spiderman” is a bona fide badass. This kid scales buildings, does insane acrobatics, and dances with death in this breathtaking video. Check it out!
A daredevil launched himself from the roof of a Denver hotel wearing a jetpack Thursday morning. Nick Macomber took off with a puff of smoke and circled the spire atop Denver’s Four Season Hotel for just under 20 seconds before landing where he started. The flight was a publicity stunt for GoFast.
Dean Potter, famous rock climber, high-liner and human flyer, wingsuit BASE jumps with his dog, Whisper from the Eiger, Switzerland. Whisper is a Queensland Heeler who is afraid of vacuums but not, apparently, of heights. She and Potter live a simple life in a teepee in Yosemite National Park. No word on if they will upgrade to posher digs now that this Whisper is achieving celebrity status.
This six minute film featuring Cineflex and Phantom footage was exclusively Shot in Aspen/Snowmass and features Torin Yater-Wallace, Gus Kenworthey, Aidan Sheahan, and Jacob Wester. Days To Come mixes stunning imagery of Aspen Colorado with the amazing talents of four athletes in the various award-winning parks at Aspen/Snowmass.
Jesus Christ! Ski flying in the ’80s was no joke. “Alright, we’re just waiting to clear the track of the bodies before the next jumper can go.” The paramedics tho! Flip em’ and Ship em’