Skateboarder extraordinaire Tony Hawk is 47 years old and he’s still setting the bar for board-based stunts. Watch in wonder as he pulls off the first ever horizontal loop ever executed on a skateboard. See more >>
A daredevil by the name of Théo Sanson has set a new record by walking half a kilometre across a slackline in the Utah desert, traversing points named The Rectory and Castleton Tower at Castle Valley. You need to see the whole, terrifying thing for yourself. Watch now >>
When Josh Dueck broke his back in 2004 during a skiing accident, few people thought he'd ski again. He defied expectations, though, and began using a Sit Ski — a mono-ski contraption used by paraplegics — to cruise down the slopes. That wasn't enough though, so he decided he had to attempt something a little more crazy: the first seated ski back flip.
If you're a fan of the silly hijinks of Jackass, you have to watch this upcoming Nitro Circus movie. Nitro Circus is the super crazy extreme group headlined by motocross legend Travis Pastrana and his friends that pull stunts that even Knoxville and gang wouldn't even dare of doing.
Samsung's outdoors-themed Galaxy Xcover may eventually launch in the UK next year. Initially announced back in the summer for a 2010 release, the waterproof 3.65" Android phone has so far failed to appear. But according to one retailer it's now on schedule for January 2012. [Handtec via Unwired View]
Pogo sticks always amused the hell out of me. Up. Down. Up. Down. Repeat. These guys, however, take pogo sticks to the next level, it's more like: Up. Down. Spin. Jump over a woman in a wheelchair. Grind the railing. Up. Down. Go crazy.
GoPros on helmets, GoPros on chests, it's all been done before. But what about attaching a full fledged DSLR to your chest? Photographer Justin Olsen created this chest mounted DSLR rig for taking pictures while mountain biking so he could take in-action photos.