Paraglider Arnauld Longobardi takes us on a breakneck flight through the French Alps, skimming treetops, pulling dizzying spins and elegant water flares, and culminating in a stunt where he zooms just inches from a cablecar.
Get ready for a bumpy ride with this helmetcam video from motorcycle rider Ben Hemingway as he takes us through narrow corridors, up and down staircases, and over logs in the prologue of the Extreme XL de Lagares enduro race.
A man casually riding his bicycle across an intersection in Lyubertsy, Russia lucked out twice in a split-second. The truck across him failed to yield to a speeding car, and he ended up in the middle of the resulting collision.
Mt. Hua or Hua Shan is a famous historical site in China. Though it has cable cars, it’s known for its extremely narrow cliffside paths, as shown in YouTuber Mark Laurence’s video, which was probably uploaded by his ghost.
This lucky person was trying to leave their house to escape a tornado, but instead ended up witnessing a rare live performance of the Great Magician, Mr. Garage. Watch as it performs its trademark vanishing trick.
Surfer Jamie O’Brien pulls off a daring and impressive move as he swaps surfboards mid-wave as he rides the foam in at The Wedge in Newport Beach, California. We’re assuming he eventually recovered his first board.
GoPro footage captured by Christian Yellott as he winds his way through Mountain Sheep Canyon at Arizona’s Lake Powell. While he does slow down a little bit in the narrowest parts, it’s still a crazy place to take a jet ski.
At a rainy practice race, GP3 driver Konstantin Tereschenko lost control of his car, which slid across the turf and was launched into the air upon hitting the inside of a sausage kerb. Thankfully the 20-year old was unharmed.
YouTuber Kruszon1984 shares this one-in-a-million accident between a motorcyclist and a car, whose driver swerved right into the biker’s path. Thankfully, the car turned out to be both friend and foe. Skip to 0:15.
The Stig had fun at the Top Gear Festival’s Durban leg. He rode on a motorbike, somersaulted in a buggy and drifted in a Mustang. Then he went bungee jumping… in an F1 car. Which he stole. Alternate angle here.
We’ve seen speed flying over snowy hills. Here YouTuber Derek Dutton parachutes from and skims over a terrifyingly rocky slope before zooming between two buildings and finally scaring the heck out of a gardener.
Professional stuntman Ethan Swanson jumped from the top of a four-story building then cushioned his fall by sliding down the roof of a house below. If you’re calling shenanigans, his jump is shown in its entirety at 1:45.
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.
Devin Supertramp’s latest action video features a variety of impressive barefoot waterskiing and his typical entourage of young, good looking folks having fun in the sun, highlighted by an unusual ski towing vessel – an airplane.
White knuckle footage of hillclimb racer Jos Goodyear going up the narrow roads of Doune on his 400hp GWR Raptor. As if that wasn’t crazy enough, apparently his 35.05s lap time was “only” second best at the event. Skip to 1:30.
For National Geographic’s Die Trying, adventurer George Kourounis zip-lined over a flaming gas crater in Turkmenistan, on an exploratory mission looking for “extremophile” microbes which can survive in such insane conditions.
To promote Arbor Skateboards, KJ Nakanelua takes us on a downhill run through Hawaii at a pace that we’d have trouble keeping up with in a car. Kudos to chase cam operator Nate Shute for capturing the action so flawlessly.
It sounds like a string of skateboard tricks, but the title is literal. While most slip ‘n slides have the payoff during or after the slide, Niklas Daniel and Brianne Thompson only had it as the icing on their thrill-seeking cake.
Gavin Peacock of FlippedSociety made his own Russian swing and used it as a diving board. Unlike most swings, the device has steel bars instead of ropes and is often used by circus performers to pull off high acrobatic jumps.
Two schoolgirls chase each other around the city in the longest and most badass softdrink commercial you’ll ever see, featuring death-defying stunts, a jazz drummer, ninja props and Japan-level parkour. English captions available.