Our favorite trespassing tower climbers somehow got sponsored by beer maker Tuborg to illegally climb Hong Kong’s New World Centre. The 869ft building is currently undergoing renovation, but on the roofs managed to make it on top undetected.
(PG-13: Language) There are few greater pains than stepping on a LEGO block without shoes on. So to voluntarily run barefoot on top of a seemingly endless flow of the pointy plastic bricks seems completely masochistic. Then again, this video is from the guys who did this.
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.
The world’s hottest daredevil, Roberta Mancino, recently took a helicopter ride over Chile’s active Villarrica volcano, and proceeded to jump out wearing her wingsuit. Props to Sebastian Alvarez, who went along for the ride, along with photographer Carlos Pedro Briceño.
Shaun Rodriguez shows off is ability to skateboard without wheels, pulling off lengthy downhill slides with nothing more than tennis shoes and socks between his feet and the ground below. We’re surprised his shoes still have soles. Video by Christopher Chann.
A dizzying stunt performed by pilot Spencer H. Suderman, who broke his own Guinness World Record of the most inverted flat spins in an aircraft. The daredevil spun his Sunbird S1X biplane around an astounding 98 times over the Arizona desert. We’re gonna go puke now.
Volvo Trucks demonstrates the insane amount of power one of its FH16 trucks can exert, as a single truck pulls 40 loaded containers weighing over 1.6 million lbs. We’re not sure it really helped, but they put World’s Strongest Man Magnus Samuelsson behind the wheel.
The trespassing duo On the Roofs infiltrated South Korea’s Lotte World Tower and climbed to the tip of the crane that was on top of the 1821 foot-tall skyscraper. Needless to say, the building’s administration didn’t appreciate the “urban ninjas'” Instagram boasts.
A seemingly endless chase sequence from the 1925 Buster Keaton film Seven Chances, as he’s pursued by a massive horde of women, through city streets, a football stadium, the suburbs, and into the countryside. Indiana Jones has nothing on Keaton’s epic boulder scene.
Aussie daredevil Matt Mingay takes us on a ride-along on his flaming Hot Wheels stunt bike, giving us an up-close perspective on his crazy tricks, and just a tiny taste of how much it hurts when he crashes. Stick around til the end for some awesome car drifting action.