Adrian is riding his dirt bike over some rough terrain when suddenly, things get ugly. A steep cliff comes out of seemingly nowhere, turning this fun ride into a disaster. Unable to avoid danger, he crashes and falls off the rocky cliff. An air ambulance rushes him to the hospital since he's badly injured, but luckily he survives. View Now
On the Gatineau River in Quebec, Canada a drone catches a group of whitewater rafters approaching a pretty daunting rapid. Once they hit, the five rafters go overboard as the raft flips. Thankfully, all five people are safe, but the raft we aren't so sure about... View Now
The French Alps, 360-degree camera footage, and a Red Bull-sponsored wingsuit pilot — what more could we ask from an extreme sports video? Check out this incredible footage filmed by the flyer himself, Valentin Delluc. View Now
This guy really gives a new meaning to falling asleep. It looks as if he's so exhilarated and terrified while tandem skydiving that he passes out multiple times! It's either that or he's just reaaally tired and needs a nap. Either way, it's hilarious and his instructor seems to think so, too! View Now
A unicycle rider is attempting to go down a super steep mountain. It's a valiant effort, but ends in an epic fail!
Next, there's a man who has what looks like a mere toy bicycle — until he proves that he can actually ride it! Weird flex, but OK.
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Daniel Ristow is one of the youngest wingsuit pilots out there at just 22 years old. In this video, he's flying the Aura 3 wingsuit, made by Squirrel, straight down into Les Diablerets in Switzerland. Daniel is jumping from Scex Rouge, a summit that is accessed by Glacier 3000 resort. After he clears through the clouds, he breaks through to one stunning view of Switzerland you won't want to miss! View Now
Wingsuit flying is already unbelievable, but flying in formation next to an airplane is just about as impressive as it gets! Check out this amazing video featuring wingsuit pilot Espen Fades flying over the Algarve in Portugal. View Now
Blake Penson is an Australian paraglider, mountain climber, and founder of the adventure comparison site expedreview.com. In this video, Blake gives us a glimpse of his world with this incredible footage from his trip down The Vallee Blanche in The French Alps. Hmmm...maybe it's time for us to take up paragliding?! View Now
We would like to introduce you to some ridiculously talented mountain bikers, Rémy Métailler and Mateo Quist. Twists and turns don't seem to phase the two as they catch some serious air on the trails of Coast Gravity Park. Oh...and did we mention that Mateo is only 10 years old?!
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Drone footage shows a man slacklining over 3,000 ft. in the air when he suddenly loses his balance and slips off the tightrope. Thankfully, a safety line saves his life and he's able to hop right back on to enjoy the scenic views. View Now
A group of friends are having a blast while canyoning at Pont du Diable. They aren't screaming in terror as they rappel off steep rocks and jump into rushing water, like most people would. Instead, they're all smiles and almost make it look easy. Don't be fooled, though. Canyoning can be extremely dangerous, so it's best we leave it to the pros. View Now
Jordan Matter, the Santa Monica Pier, and the Grav Gang — what more could we ask for? When the professional photographer pairs up with an insanely talented group of gymnasts, some incredible content gets created. We are flipping out over these tricks! Don't try this at home, guys... View Now
Two professional divers complete a synchronized high dive beautifully. Oh, and did we mention they are nearly 50 feet in the air?!
Fine, so maybe heights aren't your thing. But what about diving into the depths of the ocean? Daniel Koval and Kristin Kuba adventure down deep into the cenotes of Tulum, Mexico to show us how breathtaking (literally) underwater scenery can be! View Now
Moto-BASE jumper Bradley O'Neal just can't get enough of the thrill. After a shocking crash left him with multiple injuries, including temporary loss of his memory and senses, Bradley is back on his bike, against doctor's orders. View Now
If this insanely amazing dune buggy footage doesn't make you want to experience Dubai's dunes for yourself, we don't know what will. These guys know how to party in the sand — 1600 horsepower style! View Now
A member of the Dunking Devils Squad is flying high during a death-defying stunt that involves a trampoline and a tractor.
Next, Jack Payne and his friends show us that they're not afraid of danger, either. Their skills are definitely impressive, but don't try this at home!
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Have you ever wondered what would happen if you dropped a giant Atlas stone from 45 meters in the air? Well, stop wondering because How Ridiculous shows us exactly what goes down. The 15 lb stone is dropped from a giant leaning tower, and the result is explosive! Beyond seeing its impact of the drop, the guys in the video test its strength against a basketball, watermelon, and even bulletproof glass. View Now
Maybe you don't think helmets look cool, or maybe you just like the feeling of the wind blowing through your hair while you skateboard? However, we have a pair of videos that prove you should always be wearing protective gear, because sick tricks aren't worth painful fails. View Now
Ryan Williams is one of the best BMX riders in the world and he's always looking for new ways to impress us. His latest trick that he debuted at the Nitro Circus in New Zealand is one of his most impressive yet. View Now
Why buy a surfboard when you can make one out of ice? Okay, we can see some of you are skeptical already, but the guys from Weggefilms got the idea to craft a custom surfboard made out of ice and see if they could ride it out in freezing temperatures. There are a few snags but they think they can make it happen! They set up an IndieGoGo to help make the surfboard real and create a documentary about the journey. View Now
Views from the summit of Grand Ferrand in the French Alps are absolutely breathtaking, but to get there, you're going to have to do some climbing. This hike is not for beginners. Nicolas Plain, with his buddies Anthony and Adelheid began their trek at 2 a.m., but it was all worth it once they reached the stunning views at the top. View Now