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Watch Fearless Stuntman Do a Blind Backflip Over a Speeding Race Car

Besides a bit of YouTube fame, it’s hard to say why stuntman Damien Walters challenged himself to perform a daring backflip over a speeding Formula E race car—which he couldn’t actually see coming. It’s a stunt more impressive than anything you’ll see in a Hollywood movie because there are no wires, and no computer…

Daredevil Skis Through an Impossibly Narrow Gap in the Mountains

When you first see where skier Aymar Navarro is trying to go, it doesn’t quite register in your brain. Like, no, it couldn’t be there. And then you look at the inevitability of his ski line at Cerro Torrecillas in the Andes and you’re like holy crap, he’s really going for it. It’s like he’s skiing into a funnel, that…

Watch the truly extreme stunts and tricks that this helicopter does

The opening sequence of the latest James Bond movie Spectre involves explosions, a chase scene, a well tailored suit and a fight scene inside a totally insane helicopter ride. This behind the scenes footage shows how batshit some of those tricks and maneuvers were. The helicopter purposely dives itself into a group of…

Wild wingsuit video shows a guy flying through a narrow canyon

Here’s a really fun wingsuit video that reminds you why you’ll never actually strap on a wingsuit and fly in your entire life: two guys make a jump and fly a line through a completely narrow canyon in Switzerland. It’s like pod racing through the canyons of Tatooine in Star Wars except even more dangerous because the…

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Watching this guy in a wingsuit fly impossibly close to the ground almost made me faint

This wingsuit video is unbelievable. And totally wild. And so daring it seems impossible and unreal and yet, Brandon Mikesell really did put on a wingsuit and zipped a crazy flight down Le Brévent and filmed it all for us to see. He wades through rocks and cliffs and trees and oh yeah, deftly avoided the ground that I…

True bad ass walks a record breaking 1640 feet across a slackline at unbelievable heights

I gasped. And then cursed. And then just shook my head throughout this entire video. Théo Sanson set a new record by walking 1,640 feet across a slackline in the Utah desert. He crossed between The Rectory and Castleton Tower at Castle Valley, Utah and is so impossibly high off the ground that it’s absolutely…

Watching this guy climb the Eiffel Tower made me lose feeling in my fingers

Ostensibly, the Eiffel Tower seems like a decent structure to climb. There are so many exposed parts that you could hold on to and so many paths to climb up that there’s no real wrong move. But then you realize, as you watch James Kingston scale the tower, that it’s actually a terrifying climb because every piece is…