Jumping out of a plane and soaring like an eagle while wearing a wingsuit isn’t for the faint of heart. But trying to hit a stationary target atop a mountain while flying at 120 miles per hour requires a whole other level of bravery, and maybe a dash of crazy? Whatever it takes, Miles Daisher makes it look like it’s a…
I hope you were lucky enough to catch the Perseid Meteor Shower last week. If you were watching it from the Spanish island of La Palma, a few of those streaks might have actually been these maniacs in wing suits.
I didn’t think I was scared of heights until I watched Clem Newell base jump off the side of this impossibly steep mountain in Switzerland and then glide miles above a small town while wearing a wingsuit. But after watching him skim across these peaks with his artificial wings I’m hesitant to even climb a flight of…
Is this a look at the future of war, or an attempt to set a new world record?
The only thing that rivals the sheer number of cute kitten videos on YouTube is footage of extreme stunts. There’s no shortage of daredevils taking to the skies in wingsuits, but Roberta Mancino has bested them all by soaring over the active Villarrica stratovolcano in Chile.
Flying in a hot air balloon seems lovely. But jumping out of a hot air balloon with fire-spewing wingsuits and rope swings? That's totally badass. Where do I sign up? See the whole escapade below:
Taking flight with a wingsuit is probably the scariest thing I can think of doing. And that's part of the reason why this interactive video of German crazy person Beni Kälin jumping off a Swiss mountaintop is so cool. It feels like you're flying—except without the risk of dying part.
Just a few years ago, BASE jumping (Buildings, Antennas, Spans, Earth) existed on the very fringes of action sports. Wingsuits were only worn by a handful of brass-balled sky divers the world over. But times have changed, and fast.
I keep watching this video over and over and every time this insane guy in a wingsuit somehow manages to avoid smashing into the side of the mountain by perfectly zipping through a ridiculously narrow cave. It's unbelievable. It doesn't make sense. He's flying at 155 miles per hour!
When you go sky-diving, there's that all-important business of making sure you don't slam into the ground, but you also have to make sure you don't slam into anything protruding out of it. This pair of urban wingsuit daredevils who dove into Rio de Janeiro came damn close to the latter when they zipped through a…
Seriously, how awesome does that look. Imagine Special Forces soldiers zooming through the skies at 60 mph, covering distances of 30 miles or more without being picked up by radar. It could actually happen.