"He made it over the bar! He made it over the bar!" - Kids at playgrounds everywhere, probably. View Now
GoPro and Pinkbike announced their Top of the World Contest by releasing footage of Rémy Métailler biking down a mountain—and it really does look like he's on top of the world. View Now
After reaching the third chamber of the underwater cave Jacob's Well, DiegoA's flipper fell off. Now, at 100—feet underwater, it's extremely difficult to swim back up without the proper gear. So when this diver's flipper fell off, he immediately attempted to look for it. When he realized his search was futile, he was able to use the cave wall to climb/swim back to the surface. View Now
Goooooooood morning Vancouver! It's 0600 hours. What does the "O" stand for? O my goodness, it's a great day to scale a half-built skyscraper! Speaking of half-built, let's hear it for these cranes, perfect for getting the best angles of this beautiful city. View Now
Havasupai at the Grand Canyon in Arizona is home to majestic waterfalls, beautiful wildlife, and endless possibilities for adventure. So naturally, it was only a matter of time before Team Supertramp made there way over there to cliff jump and have a good time.
Havasupai Falls at the Grand Canyon in Arizona is home to majestic waterfalls, beautiful wildlife, and endless possibilities for adventure. So naturally, it was only a matter of time before Team Supertramp made there way over there to cliff jump and have a good time. View Now
Going in search of the biggest waves out there, the Adidas Sickline team made its way up to Quebec on their "Go Big or Go Home Tour" to see what the frosty north had in store. Luckily it wasn't too frosty, but it definitely got extreme. View Now
A quick, fun flight for Jeff and Isaac seemed like a good idea; the weather was great, the scenery was spectacular. But what they didn't count on was a microburst hitting them hard and causing an engine failure. With some expert maneuvering the plane made it safely back to earth, but not after a rough landing. View Now
Love camping, but don't have time to travel out to the woods? Not a problem! Just climb the tallest building you can find and string up a hammock. The best part of camping is the view, and the one Flaviu Cernescu and Lungu George-Ciprian found can't be beat. View Now
The crew at Flite Test tested these remote control skydiver dummies. Parachutes were attached to the action figures and the bodies are mounted onto airplanes. The remote control operator can send these little guys flying. One of them has an adorably patriotic American flag parachute. View Now
Summer means adventure, water sports and great memories. And the Cliff Life folks are living summer to the max, taking trampolines to their cliff-diving destinations and having an all-around awesome time. View Now
A recent volcanic explosion in the ocean near Tonga resulted in the formation of a small new island — one that is expected to sink back into the ocean within a few months of its formation. Not one to waste a perfectly good island, adventurer Ian Stuart lived on the island for 11 days, surviving on seagull eggs and squid. View Now
The best bonding moments between father and son happen with 60 mile-per-hour winds rushing in your face. View Now
Known as the low pull, Carlos Pedro Briceño and his friends at Base Jump XTreme experiment with releasing the parachute as late as possible without crashing. And with Briceño's jump off of a river dam in Switzerland, it looks like he's pulling pretty late. View Now
You could just sell your car when it's time to get a new one, but if you're a skate/Jackass legend like Steve-O, it makes much more sense to skate it to death. View Now
In an attempt to add an extreme edge to stand up paddle boarding, water sport pros Dan Gavere and Corran Addison decided to take some paddle boards down rapids. Not only does it look like a great time, but they may have invented a new sport.
In an attempt to add an extreme edge to stand up paddle boarding, water sport pros Dan Gavere and Corran Addison decided to take some paddle boards down rapids. Not only does it look like a great time, but they may have invented a new sport. View Now
One aerial adventurer was too far from their landing zone while another got a little too close for comfort. Xavier T. was still pretty far away from his landing zone when his motor went out, but was able to glide the long distance back. A hang glider had the opposite problem; he arrived at his landing zone going too fast, but was still able to pull off a clumsy landing. View Now
Twins and paramotor enthusiasts Tim and Ant Greene set out to break the world record for the highest altitude reached while riding a paramotor. They went to Mont Blanc in France and were able to reach a height of 5,066 meters, crushing the old record of 4,600 meters.
Twins and paramotor enthusiasts Tim and Ant Greene set out to break the world record for the highest altitude reached while riding a paramotor. They went to Mont Blanc in France and were able to reach a height of 5,066 meters, crushing the old record of 4,600 meters. View Now
A young man's rock climbing adventure was cut short when he slipped mid-climb and was sent careening into the mountainside. He was rescued, found to be coughing up blood, and rushed to the hospital. The sickening crunching sound heard in the video was his ribs fracturing, and a reminder to always be extra cautious when free climbing a mountain. View Now
In what may be one of the luckiest crashes over water, a paraglider falling to the earth with a bad wing crash lands not in the middle of the ocean, but near a boat. The sailor was able to help the paraglider get to safety. And sometimes, even when things are going well in the air, it's fun just to kick the motor awa and free fall a little bit. View Now
The great thing about action cameras is that they can catch all your great moments, like a fun longboard ride or a relaxing afternoon tubing at the river. The bad thing about action cameras is that they can catch all your worst moments, like running into the neighbors dog while longboarding, or wiping out while tubing. View Now
Everyone has those summer vacation plans, but Daniel Altman's are a little different. He actually has no specific plan. His plan is YOU. He has set out on a mission across the U.S. to do missions for random strangers and you have the power to give him his next destination. Daniel and his travel buddy, Benson, stopped by the RTM studio to tell us all about the Internet Adventure Club.
You can follow Daniel on his journey through Snapchat: danielthepirate View Now
Craig Lewis wanted to travel the world, so he did. He saved for three years, quit his job, visited 36 countries, and made memories that will last a lifetime. His video chronicling his adventure is an inspiration to anyone that has a dream. View Now