Climber Descends Second Tallest Building in Romania

Climber Descends Second Tallest Building in Romania

Even though this is stunt is performed by a professional in a controlled environment, it's still a nerve-wracking watch. The climber starts at the top of the 920-foot chimney, then makes his way down a rickety ladder, and eventually has to climb down the last 60 feet using a rope. Oh, and he takes a phone call during his descent. Watch the full video here. View Now
Cyclist Takes on Mountain Many Are Hesitant to Hike

Cyclist Takes on Mountain Many Are Hesitant to Hike

The Loophole on Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Arizona, is a beautiful hike. It's also a difficult one, with paths that are easy to get injured on if the hiker's not careful. So imagine how talented Simon Bosman must be to have ridden his bike down the mountain. Of course, this is the same guy that rode the White Line, so it's not too surprising that he could handle this as well. View Now
Professional Athletes Stop at Nothing to Meet Friends for Coffee

Professional Athletes Stop at Nothing to Meet Friends for Coffee

In a fun short film made by athletic trio Jean-Baptiste Chandelier, Luc Alphand and Pierre Vaultier and Adidas, JB gets an invitation to join his friends at a nearby cafe. His only problem is that he's miles away, atop a mountain. But it turns out that's not much of a problem, as he's able to sail safely back to civilization just in time for a cup of joe. View Now
Paraglider Takes Barber for a Ride and Gets an In-Flight Haircut

Paraglider Takes Barber for a Ride and Gets an In-Flight Haircut

 Denis Yushin is a barber who wanted to travel the world. So he decided to barter his skills as means to afford traveling. One of his adventures was with a paraglider, who decided that instead of taking his new friend for a ride and then get his haircut, they might as well kill two birds with one stone. View Now
Three-Wheeled Adventure Down a Beautiful Mountain in Thailand

Three-Wheeled Adventure Down a Beautiful Mountain in Thailand

Tricycles aren't' just for kids, and this trike course is definitely not for a child. A group of adventurous adults took their three-wheeled chariots down a mountain in Thailand, drifting, skidding, and even getting pulled by a truck. Kuma Films took amazing 360° footage of their ride; you'll practically feel like you were right there with them.   View Now
Stunt Driver Takes His Old Toyota for a Spin in the Scandinavian Snow

Stunt Driver Takes His Old Toyota for a Spin in the Scandinavian Snow

Fredrik Sørlie is a stunt driver for television and movies, but also makes some fun videos of his own. One of his recent videos showcases him and professional rally co-driver Caroline Eng take on a Scandinavian track in his Toyota Cressida. He flicks his little Cressida back and forth so many times, it's hard to find a moment when he's driving it straight. See the flickfest in full here. View Now
Fighter Pilot Gives the World a Glimpse at Life Within the Cockpit

Fighter Pilot Gives the World a Glimpse at Life Within the Cockpit

Ever since Top Gun, people have been enamored with fighter pilots. They’re cool, talented, and really good at beach volleyball. One pilot recently made a video from his point of view while he participated in dogfights and low-pass flights, and it turns out his life is just as cool as Goose and Maverick made it look. View Now
Finally, a Teeter-Totter For Adults

Finally, a Teeter-Totter For Adults

Remember teeter-totters? Those two-seated balancing apparatuses at playgrounds where one kid's weight would determine how much fun the other kid would have? Well, Sons Company has developed an adult-version of the teeter-totter - the Teeterboard - where two people can use their weight to throw one another into the air. If you're talented you can use your time in the air to do flips and other gymnastic feats, but most people will probably be happy just to land. Via. View Now
Put Your Hands in the Air Like You Just Don't Care (About Getting Hurt)

Put Your Hands in the Air Like You Just Don't Care (About Getting Hurt)

Sometimes even the simplest of activities can end in an awesomely hilarious fail. A group of friends were trying out a fairly safe rope swing, but the third guy in line just couldn't get the form down right and crashed into the ground. Then a skier just started an easy run, but started on the wrong foot and ended up headfirst in snow. View Now