Made by three game design students, Superflight lets is a wingsuit flying game with procedurally generated maps. Aim for a high score by flying near or even through the mountains. Or you can just enjoy the rush of the wind and the supernatural sights.
Extreme athlete Graham Dickinson shared his recent wingsuit flight from France’s Le Brévent mountain not to show off, but to point out the skill of his buddy Dario Zanon, who shot this video and kept up with Graham the whole way.
We’ve seen wingsuit flights through narrowgaps, but none narrower than this one. Uli Emanuele successfully zipped through a hole that’s just over 6ft. wide between two rock formations. Even fellow BASE jumpers knew it was madness.
Wingsuit flyer Sebastian Alvarez just gets more and more daring. His latest stunt had him smashing head first into what appears to be a small styrofoam board, which was held aloft by two of his bravest buddies on top of a mountain.
GoPro shares this exhilarating video of Brandon Mikesell zipping over the mountains of Walenstadt, Switzerland on his wingsuit. The song is Koto by Odesza. Brandon has a raw video of another run over the same line here.
Wingsuit expert Darren Burke takes us on a smooth, yet thrilling flight as he comes perilously close to the ground and treetops beneath him. We’d love to see this first hand, but don’t possess the balls to do it.
Team Betsafe skydivers Espen Fadnes and Bjørn Magne Bryn pulled off a perfectly coordinated jump in which one of the men wore a wingsuit and allowed the other to stand on his back for over 20 seconds while approaching with his canopy.
Scotty Bob shares one of his latest death-defying wingsuit adventures. This time he skimmed over a mountain and whizzed past a narrow opening among trees. Or whatever those green things are that YouTube seems to have censored.
Joining in the great tradition of wingsuit flyers going through narrowgaps, Sebastian Alvarez zoomed into a 39ft. space between two buildings after being dropped from a paraglider. The song is Röyksopp’s Keyboard Milk.
In this awesome footage from Epic TV’s new series A Straight Shot, pilot Dan Vicary flies over the powdery Swiss Alps, while tailed just eight feet behind by cameraman Brian Drake in his own squirrel suit.
Wingsuit pilot Brian Drake flies insanely close to the ground along the dangerously steep Couloir de l’Ensa in the French Alps. Fortunately, the winds were just right to keep him from smashing into the rocks just beneath him.
“Just a bunch a dudes, tryin’ to be birds.” So goes the understatement of the year from Robert “Scotty-Bob” Morgan about this death-defying wingsuit flight through a narrow gap in a canyon in Utah. Sir, no bird is as insane as you are.
After suffering serious injuries in a prior wingsuit accident, Jeb Corliss is back. Here, he threads the eye of a needle through a mountain crack that’s less than 15 feet-wide at its narrowest point. Skip to 4:01 for the jump. (Thanks Roch!)
The Red Bull Air Force team took to the skies over Rio de Janeiro to jump out of a helicopter and fly by the iconic Cristo Redentor statue in their wingsuits and fan-powered parachutes. More Rio footage here and here. Pics here.