College of Central Florida’s 6’7″ Javonte Douglas jams in an insane putback dunk. His neck went above the freakin’ rim. Looks like the players below him accidentally gave him a boost, but he couldn’t have planned that.
At 11.6ft. long and 4.9ft. high, the Gunbus 410 is the world’s biggest true motorcycle (not this). It has a 38″ front wheel and a 42″ rear wheel and weighs 1,433lb. Thankfully its 6.7L twin-cylinder engine produces 350hp and 523ft.lb. of torque.
Kelly McGarry earned the silver medal at the 2013 Red Bull Rampage freeriding contest, partly because of his sick backflip over a 72ft. gap. See it in third-person here. Makes you wonder what the guy who won the gold did.
A team of expert snowboarders and skiers substitute the sidewalks, parks and rails of the urban jungle in place of the slopes in this awesome promotional spot for sports clothing and accessory maker O’Neill.
During a training mission in 1970, the F-106 plane that Retired Maj. Gary Foust was piloting went into an unrecoverable flat spin. He ejected, assuming the plane would crash. And then the plane went into “It’s cool bro, I got this” mode.
Watch the Nomad Union crew pull off gravity-defying jumps, flips and wall rides in Grand Theft Auto V. As unbelievable as it sounds, the crew claims they didn’t use cheats to pull off the stunts. Learn more about their tricks here.
Watch Felix Baumgartner’s 128,000ft supersonic freefall from three different angles, including one from Felix’s point of view. The video also shows metrics such as his speed and altitude synchronized with the footage.
Freerunner, parkour artist, and all-around high-flying daredevil James Kingston helps us experience what he sees as he jumps between roofs, up the sides of buildings, and climbs structures around Southampton, UK.
Driver Peter Pyzera takes on Dave Barlia in the Swiss Alps as his 370Z Nismo zips under the wingsuit-clad athlete. We’re not sure exactly what it proves or doesn’t, but it sure is purty to look at. Behind the scenes footage here.
Filmmaker Kim Wolhuter was filming in Africa for Discovery Channel’s Man, Cheetah, Wild when he encountered a black rhinoceros. For some reason he went dangerously close to the animal to get a shot. Bad idea.
Four time XDL championship rider Bill Dixon shows off his mad motorcycle skills, pulling everything from riding hands-free to upside-down and backwards. Though the cameraman gets a little distracted at 2:15. More action here.
We’ve seen at least one of these crazy sports before, but Buzzfeed was kind enough to dig up a few more for us, and compiled them into a single 2 minute clip for those of you who prefer your content in bite-sized chunks.
Austin Coulson made it in this year’s Guinness World Records for building the smallest roadworthy car. Based on a mock-up of a ’57 Chevy Bel-Air, the car is only 41″ high, 2’2″ wide and 4’2″ long. Surprisingly, it only gets 40mpg.
Watch YouTuber Denis Pakhomov drive nails into a plank of wood using only his right hand. Skip to around 0:50 in the video to see his feat of strength. What would really be impressive is he could saw bare-handed.
Fitness trainer Frank Medrano shows off several jaw-dropping calisthenics routines (as well as his jacked up body). Calisthenics mainly involves using one’s body weight for resistance instead of relying on exercise equipment.
Red Bull calls this multi-discipline relay “the toughest team race in the world.” It includes running up mountains, paragliding, canoeing, and mountain biking. The voices are Dutch, but exhaustion is a universal language.
Devin Graham and his pro highliner buddies headed to Moab, Utah to risk life and limb – and have fun! – for Ford. Man, if only we could all be this adventurous. We’d all live happy lives. Very short, but very happy lives.
A couple of years ago YouTuber João Guimarães woke up to the sounds of a firefighting helicopter. The firefighters borrowed some water from his swimming pool to put out a nearby fire. The pilot’s maneuvering skills are amazing.
YouTuber TheAcroVideos features highlights from Ozell “O” Williams. This tricker and tumbler seems to have rubber bands inside his thighs and helium in the rest of his body. Seriously this dude can flip for days.
In Man of Steel, you’ll believe a man can fly. But for those of us without the powers of Krypton in our blood, these fan-powered one-man flyers are the next best thing, reaching heights up to 10,000ft and speeds up to 45mph.