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360 Double Backflip Tailwhip

360 Double Backflip Tailwhip

BMX rider and Nitro Circus athlete Ryan Williams must be pretty happy with himself after landing what is apparently the first ever 360 double backflip tailwhip. He says it took him months of prep and practice, and it was one of the hardest tricks he’s ever pulled off. Check out the dizzying helmet-cam view here.

Ninja Rider

Ninja Rider

BMX trials rider Tomomi Nishikubo goes above and beyond the call of duty with his stunt video, which not only showcases his impressive bicycling (and unicycling) skills, but manages to incorporate a story along the way. The track is Green = Go by The Phantoms.

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Wibmer’s Law

Wibmer’s Law

Freestyle street trials and pro mountain bike rider Fabio Wibmer takes a break from the chaos of urban life in Austria by tuning out the world and turning everyday obstacles into ramps, rails, and balancing points for a series of impressive stunts. Behind the scenes video here.

Crazy Freestyle BMX Stunts

Crazy Freestyle BMX Stunts

BMX rider Tate Roskelley takes the term “freestyle” quite literally, pulling off some wacky and wild tricks that we’ve certainly never seen. His repertoire includes limboing under nets, playing mini golf with his tires, and using a milk crate as a temporary third wheel.

Parallel

Parallel

In filmmaker Brandon Semenuk and Rupert Walker’s short action film, mountain bike riders Semenuk and Ryan “R-Dog” Howard pair up in close proximity to show off their skills and daring, while being pursued by an expertly-flown drone. Enjoy another 100 seconds of Semenuk goodness here.

Tim Knoll BMX 4

Tim Knoll BMX 4

Red Bull followed BMX star Tim Knoll as he performed his repertoire of bike parkour tricks. Watch him pull off a wall climb, moonwalk, reverse rail grind and other head scratching tricks. That skate park sequence is insane.

BMX Ramp House

BMX Ramp House

Visual artist and BMXer Ooti Billeaud’s lifelong dream was to have a backyard BMX ramp. When he finally bought his first property, he made that dream come true. 5.5 years of hard work turned into this skinny New Orleans house with a large backyard ramp.

Riding a Tiny BMX Bike

Riding a Tiny BMX Bike

We’ve seen lots of epic downhill mountain bike footage over the years, but never one like this. Rider OlaBMX got his hands on a ridiculously small Rocker BMX Mini Rig bike, then took it for a spin to see what it could do. It looks like a blast, though certainly not the safest ride.

Nigel Sylvester: GO! London to Paris

Nigel Sylvester: GO! London to Paris

Pro BMX rider Nigel Sylvester and his bicycling buddies return with another immersive POV journey, as he tears through the streets of two of Europe’s biggest and most vibrant cities, popping wheelies, playing goalie, and chomping croissants along the way.

Nigel Sylvester: GO! Tokyo

Nigel Sylvester: GO! Tokyo

Pro BMX rider Nigel Sylvester eats at Robot Restaurant, tries sumo wrestling and much more in the latest episode of his hyperactive POV series. Featuring cameos by soccer player Giovani Dos Santos, BAPE founder Nigo, and the slick new Casio G-SHOCK GA700 watch.

The Webbie Show 3

The Webbie Show 3

Freestyle BMX phenom Mark Webb pulls off one insane trick after another in this badass film by Jordan Bareham. Bikes are quite lightweight these days, but Webb’s violent flips must still take a lot of strength and balls. The track is Glitch Mob’s Seven Nation Army remix.

Nitro World Games: Winning Runs

Nitro World Games: Winning Runs

An offshoot of Nitro Circus, Nitro World Games is all about pulling off the most amazing vert tricks on inline skates, skateboards, scooters, BMX and motorcycles. Highlights include a BMX 1080º front flip and an FMX double front flip. Full show here.

Nigel Sylvester: GO! Los Angeles

Nigel Sylvester: GO! Los Angeles

After riding through the streets of New York City, pro BMX biker Nigel Sylvester goes to the West Coast, taking us on a whirlwind tour of Los Angeles with the help of the city’s rich and famous.

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Longest BMX Front Wheelie

Longest BMX Front Wheelie

BMX rider Davis Dudelis turned his bike into an impromptu unicycle, cruising 263 meters (~862 feet) balanced only on the front wheel of his two-wheeler. While it’s not been confirmed by Guinness, it’s definitely longer than the record for a rear wheelie.

9 Year-Old Triple Decade

9 Year-Old Triple Decade

Watch as this little kid in Japan pulls one of the most epic and challenging BMX flatland tricks – a triple decade. That’s the move where you pull three full 360º spins around the handlebars. The bike drop at the end is the BMX version of the mic drop. Original on Vine.

Kriss Kyle: Kaleidoscope

Kriss Kyle: Kaleidoscope

Freestyle BMX athlete Kriss Kyle demonstrates his skills on a trippy indoor course formed from sharply contrasting ramps, moving platforms, and optical illusions galore. View the film on Red Bull’s website, then see how it was made here. YouTube mirror here.

Nothing Front Bike Flip

Nothing Front Bike Flip

Just a couple of weeks after he blew our minds with the world’s first BMX triple front-flip, Nitro Circus’ whiz kid Ryan Williams is back with another intense feat, pulling off a trick that used to be performed only with scooters.

BMX Triple Front-Flip

BMX Triple Front-Flip

It wasn’t that long ago that we saw BMX rider Ryan Williams pull off an awe-inspiring single front-flip on his bike, and now he’s bested that by 3x, with an epic triple version of the same stunt – though not without some worthy competition and numerous spills along the way.

Nigel Sylvester: GO! NYC

Nigel Sylvester: GO! NYC

BMX rider Nigel Sylvester takes us on a breakneck ride through New York City, offering an enveloping first-person perspective of the Big Apple. The audio mix is just as impressive as the visuals. And yes, that was Jackie Cruz from Orange Is the New Black. (Thanks, Flex!)

Drew Bezanson’s Uncontainable

Drew Bezanson’s Uncontainable

Red Bull BMX rider Drew Bezanson teamed up with professional ramp builders to make a couple of crazy ramps using shipping containers – one of the familiar sights in Drew’s hometown of Truro, Nova Scotia.

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BMX Quadruple Backflip

BMX Quadruple Backflip

After extensive planning, numerous failures, injuries, and an ample dose of hype, Nitro Circus cyclist Jed Mildon has pulled of what was once thought to be physically impossible – a 1440º backflip on his BMX bike.

Abandoned Silverdome BMX Ride

Abandoned Silverdome BMX Ride

Pontiac, Michigan’s Silverdome was once home to the Detroit Lions. With the stadium in ruins, Red Bull let loose BMX rider Tyler Fernengal in the abandoned stadium where he pulled some epic tricks in the eerie locale. (Thanks Mike!)

BMX Bike Sounds

BMX Bike Sounds

For his White Room Project, DJ and sound designer Sonny Blake decided to create a track using only the sounds captured while assembling a BMX bike. The sounds were manipulated with numerous effects, but it’s still a cool concept.

Tsunami Mountain Bike Trick

Tsunami Mountain Bike Trick

You’ll have to watch competitive biker Szymon Godziek’s insane mountain bike Tsunami flip a few times to understand the sheer amount of strength and coordination required to pull off such a difficult trick.

BMX Front-Flip

BMX Front-Flip

We’ve seen crazy front-flips performed on motorcycles and even on a scooter. In this Nitro Circus stunt, Ryan Williams pulls one on his BMX bike in one swift move which must be watched over and over. Fortunately, there’s a .gif here.

Full BMX Dirt Loop

Full BMX Dirt Loop

We’ve seen cars, skateboards and other vehicles attempt 360-degree loops with varying degrees of success. Here, BMXer Mike “Hucker” Clark takes on a loop made from wood and dirt, and makes it look easy. POV footage here.

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