Archer and YouTuber James Jean is putting a ring on it! He nails so many trickshots with his bow and arrow it's almost hard to keep track. But in this video, he does the near impossible. James throws a two-inch ring in the air and shoots right through it, nailing it on the target. James even said himself that it was the most difficult target he's hit yet! View Now
YouTuber and extreme scooter rider Ryan Williams just doesn't quit! We've seen Ryan before with a plethora of impressive scooter tricks, but this one might be the most impressive trick we've seen yet! At his R-Willy land compound, Ryan completed the world's first frontflip body varial on a scooter. We would say it's surprising, but you can never put anything past Ryan! View Now
When you buy a house, there are many things you take into consideration. How many acres? How many bathrooms? How many bedrooms? For Olympic snowboarder Trevor Jacob, acreage was the only concern! Trevor bought a 20 acre lot on the central coast of California and put it to good use. A member of Nitro Circus, made famous by Nitro Circus frontman Travis Pastrana, Trevor and friends made this property an anarchy playground. View Now
Slackliners usually learn their craft between two trees at a park, but it's easy to get comfortable at such low altitudes once you master the technique. Mia Noblet and Tom Park took it up a notch in these thrilling videos. Mia is high up above Wilson Creek in British Columbia, Canada, and Tom and his buddies are south of Sydney, Australia showing us how it's done! These two truly are fearless. View Now
A day at the skate park commonly consists of drop-ins, wipeouts, and even some ollies, but not if you're Ryan Williams! In this video, Ryan brought a car to the skatepark and decided to use it as a prop for some BMX tricks. He and his friends start by doing tricks off of the hood. But soon enough, Ryan gets ambitious enough to try doing a flip over the car — and he absolutely nails it! View Now
Ever run across rocks at the pier? Try doing that with metal poles that keep getting taller! In this video we see parkour athlete Jason Paul scaling metal poles that gradually keep getting taller and taller. The craziest part? He doesn't miss a single step on his way to the top. Going to the top was sketchy, but worth it! View Now
Santa and his homies Rudolph and Frosty are grabbing their skateboards and tearing it up throughout Columbia, South Carolina. From the busy streets to the skate parks, we had no idea Santa could shred like this!
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Something must've happened to Santa's sleigh, because he's taking to the sky in a paramotor! Gary Jensen put on this community event so friends and family could come fly with jolly ol' St. Nick. This all looks like a lot of fun, but someone's going to have to tell Rudolph he's been replaced... View Now
Some buddies are out at Ecouges canyon in France doing a little thing called canyoneering, where you basically repel down a raging waterfall and try your best not to drown. Fun! If this is something you're interested in, you can actually sign up for canyoneering tours and learn from the pros. View Now
Check out the team Prana Vayu as they perfectly execute their routine at the 2019 World Indoor Skydiving Championship. The camera angle combined with the incredible choreography has us totally mesmerized! View Now
These are some seriously brave kayakers. First, Dane Jackson effortlessly zips down a narrow channel that leaves little room for error.
Next, Red Bull athlete Nouria Newman is teaming up with Tomz FPV to get some incredible drone footage of her expert run down steep, rugged waters. View Now
Pro cyclist Danny MacAskill is babysitting little Daisy and they're going on a bike ride. They're having so much fun zooming across mountain trails and jumping off ramps! Remember, no kids were harmed in the making of the video, and stunts like these are best left to the pros.
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Exploring the Unbeaten Path is taking us along on a fascinating adventure through some abandoned Soviet buildings in Armenia. They were used to control a massive radio telescope during the Cold War, and everything is still in surprisingly good condition after all these years. With all the interesting and historic stuff there, it almost resembles a museum! View Now
The World Challenge is a unique tour group that offers amazing travel experiences. This year during the CarChallenge, tourists are going on an epic road trip through ten countries in Africa. They get the chance to enjoy beautiful landscapes, wildlife, and different cultures all from behind the wheels of their own cars. It doesn't get much better than that! View Now
Daredevil Thomas Meador and his friends William Mills and Eric Dobbins are showing us how they get their bang for their buck while BASE Jumping. They land precisely on top of one peak in Moab, Utah, then immediately jump from there to another lower peak nearby. This is not only insanely impressive, but very clever if you're trying to maximize the thrill. View Now
Juggling on two feet is already quite the task, and walking while juggling takes serious skill. But juggling while walking on a concrete tower over 80 feet tall is well — we can’t find the words for it! Flaviu Cernescu made walking on the Anina Mine in Romania look easy because he says falling was not an option by any means.
If you've never been to New Zealand this video will give you a little taste on what you've been missing. This video by Cody LaPlant, Damien Blue, Bryan Mir and Christie Suchomel takes us through several beautiful locations of the South Island. We bet this video will make you want to book your next vacation to New Zealand.
38-year-old rock climber James McHaffie is attempting to achieve what no one has before him — reaching the top of the hardest climb in the United Kingdom. He's so close...he's almost there...he reaches up...when... UH OH. Thankfully James walked away from this uninjured, and we're wishing him all the best on his next attempt. View Now
If you're not already a wanderlust, you might become one after getting a glimpse of the Faroe Islands. Everywhere you look, there's something beautiful: huge cliffs, majestic mountains, lush green grass... and one can only imagine how crisp the air is. Alright, it's time to book a flight ASAP.
Camping can be a lot of fun, but setting up the tent is usually a hassle. A new Kickstarter campaign is changing the game with their product, TentTube. With no poles to put together, the tent can be easily inflated with an air pump, making it smaller, lighter, and easier to carry. Interested? You can check out the campaign to see how you can get in on the action!
A man is having fun swinging way up above the water. Well... until he tries to dismount and ends up failing big time! Don't worry though; he wasn't hurt from the fall.
Next, a man is having better luck while doing some impressive tricks at the gym. Who knew that such epic tricks with barbells were even possible? View Now
We know by now how nerve-racking BASE jumping can be, but jumping with all new gear is a whole other story — one that can require a little bit of backup. Watch as professional BASE jumper Clair Marie impressively completes this challenge with ease against a beautiful backdrop in Moab, Utah.
Sam Pilgrim, a professional Freeride Mountain biker, is at the new mountain bike park in the UK called Twisted Oaks. He's trying out the trails and getting some air on his four-wheeled mountain bike quad — and boy does he make riding this unique mobile look like a walk in the park! View Now
Kyle Walker was in Boulder, Colorado spending his day scrambling — no, not eggs — the specific type of rock climbing. While on the second flatiron, he slipped and fell 60 feet, breaking his hip, eight ribs, both hands, and puncturing a lung. He wasn't wearing any gear at the time of the fall, so it's amazing that he made it out with his life. Kyle is joining RTM via Skype to tell us more about his story and how he's recovering.
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