BASE jumpers are always looking for new places to jump from, but in the case of Chris Douggs McDougall and Jimmy Poucher, they took to the air via a giant catapult, which exerted more than 6Gs on their bodies as they were flung sky high at speeds up to 125 mph.
A duo of daredevils race each other to the top of a 27-story abandoned building, only to jump out when they reach the top floor. We’re just glad they didn’t snag their chutes on any of the debris on the way up.
Extreme sport junkie Brad O’Neil combined two daring stunts in one, jumping his dirt bike high into the air over a lake off a 60-foot-high ramp, then pulling his parachute as he hits the apex of his jump.
Not another racing game, but a group of wingsuit base jumpers into proximity flying – skimming close to the ground at speeds over 100mph. Awesome footage by cameraman Ludo Woerth.
(NSFW: Language) Let’s go for a long, hard, and obscenity-filled climb to the top of an antenna tower in Africa. Now, let’s jump off and pray that parachute opens. Now, let’s do it again and again…
Does wingsuit basejumping make flying squirrels look boring? The answer may be revealed in this collection of shots from recent flights made by a talented group of enthusiasts. (Thanks IceBone!)
BASE jumper Valery Rozov climbs to the top of a 9616 foot-tall mountain, then jumps in his wingsuit, skirting along its jagged surface as he dives to its snowy base. Oh yeah, it was -22°F when he did it.