Stunt riders Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex harass a frustrated security guard as he chases them all over Barber Motorsports Museum. The skits are a little campy, but the riding is sick and the bikes on site at the museum are amazing.
Sure, we’ve witnessed plenty of awesome bike stunts, but they’re always using proper street trial bikes. Here, rider Mickael Dupont proves that skill always trump equipment. Our favorite part is the makeshift brace he welds into the frame after the whole bike folds in half.
Ryan Doyle does his best “Assassin’s Creed” impersonation in this awesome freerunning highlight reel he put together for the Red Bull Launchpad.
Eight years after losing the use of his legs in a skiing accident, Josh Dueck fulfilled one of his dreams of doing a flip in the snow again, performing the first ever back flip on a Sit Ski.
The Stig celebrates Top Gear’s 10 millionth Facebook fan with the boys’ typical style and bravado.
Touted as Nitro Circus’s hillbilly, low budget cousins, Thrillbillies is coming back with another season of ridiculous and deranged stunts. It might be lowbrow and a little dimwitted but damn, it looks like a blast.
Julien Welsh shows you what it’s like to live a day in the life of a motorcycle stunt rider and drifter including several tricks that don’t go quite according to plan.
The Werth brothers David and Billy, race down a runway in Indiana to perform their favorite stunt, the “inverted tail grab”. Do not try this at home, you know, in case you happen to own a motorcycle, a biplane and a runway.
For seven years drivers have gathered in England for what they call a “gladiator-style motorsport”. The concept is simple, drivers in beat up rust buckets attempt to jump a line of cars, the winner landing the furthest. Let’s be honest though, it’s not the ones that make it that get the real cheers.
Environmentalists would just assume handle the Mississippi River carp problem through some sort of science-y solution. These brave men have a better idea, killing carp with a sword and trash can armor on water skis. Nope, nothing idiotic going on here.
In an attempt to generate buzz for a new flick, NYC was treated to the sight of three human-shaped RC planes soaring overhead.