8 GIFs that prove motorcycle riders in India are so badass

As part of India's 65th Republic Day celebrations, the country's Border Security Force rode by on motorcycles at a ceremony at Rajpath, New Delhi. But this wasn't your typical military processional. The team of 162 riders on 30 motorcycles performed some of the most incredible motorcycle stunts we've ever seen.

The team consists of 162 riders on 30 motorcycles performing Border Men Salute, Side Riding, Ladder Double, Neck Riding, Harmony, Exercise, Janbaz, Yoga, Parallel Bar, Human Pyramid, Guldasta, Seema Prahari and Flag March formations.

Is this the biggest front flip in mountain bike history?

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Last October mountain bike rider Cam Zink dropped one of the biggest backflips ever. Now while filming for Teton Gravity Research's upcoming movie, Unreal, Tom van Steenbergen might have dwarfed that in the form of a front flip. We only get the POV angle of this one, so it's difficult to tell just how crazy it was. But from everyone's reactions it must have been massive. And at the end of this clip they do show the jump from the side, which looks terrifying.

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The Queen's guards played the "Game Of Thrones" theme song, because why not

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Game Of Thrones just this year passed The Sopranos as the most-watched HBO series of all-time. That fact alone should translate the shows popularity. But incase you had any doubts, here's the Queen's guards at Buckingham Palace playing the theme song to GOT during the changing of the royal guards ceremony. And incase you're one of the three people in the world who don't watch GOT, here's the theme song for reference to how well they played it. But it's not like the Queen's guards don't have a sense of humor. They have played the James Bond 007 theme song before, too.

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Dose: 5 new products you're gonna want from Agenda NYC

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Agenda NYC is bigger then ever this year with over 200 of the dopest brands showing their upcoming lines at the Jacob Javits Center. If you didn't make it to the show yourself don't worry cause we have Timbo's top 5 picks including an Adidas collab, speakers from House of Marley, Burton's upcoming expansion into lifestyle wear, G-Pen's vapor products, and Leica's incredible cameras. It's the next best thing to being there!

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This two-man 360 flip is the craziest skate trick you'll see today

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Doubles skating comes in a couple different varieties. There's what Tony Hawk does, then there's the lazy skater who had his friend flip his board for him. But we don't know how to classify this banger from Andrew Schrock. With the help of an unidentified partner in crime, one skater started a 360 flip and then pitched the board to the other for the landing. Whoever said skateboarding isn't a team sport is sorely mistaken.

Check out the GIF and full video below.

Drifting RC cars is almost as awesome as the real thing

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What's the next best thing to drifting a car? Drifting an RC car, of course. These RC cars do some sweet tandems driftsand get ridiculouslyy sideways. Now they just need to figure out a way to make some smoke so they can do burnouts.

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Real-life Spider-Man is climbing buildings in San Francisco without any ropes

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Alex Honnold is one of the world's best free-solo climbers. He has free solo climbed (meaning he used no ropes or safety gear) Half Dome and El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. But that can get boring when you're so damn good at it. So Honnold has decided to bring his climbing skills to cities.

Honnold is currently preparing to free solo climb Tawain's Taipei 101 skyscraper, which measures 1,670 feet and is one of the tallest buildings in the world. To train for that climb, Honnold has been training by climbing structures in San Francisco, because it's totally normal to be walk down the street and just start scaling a skyscraper in the middle of the day.

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9 reasons why J-Bay was the best surf contest of the year (so far)

The ASP tour stop at Jeffreys Bay was consistently the best surf contest of every year it ran. Nowhere else offered the potential for constant swell, challenging conditions, and incredible waves. Then there was the dreadfully sad two-year stretch where there was no J-Bay stop. Thankfully, and boy did it return with a fury. There was no shortage of action, with Mick Fanning claiming victory on a pumping final day against Joel Parkinson and, in the process, inserting himself in the world title race. It was the best surf contest of the year (so far). Here's 9 reasons why:

When Travis Rice goes on vacation he pets sharks

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Travis Rice is best known for his snowboarding. But the Wyoming native is a lover of all kinds of adventure. That includes surfing, sailing, and fishing. Rice recently went on a trip to the Bahamas with fellow pro snowboarder Eric Jackson, and John Jackson. The group was in hot pursuit of elusive bonefish, and also used the opportunity to do some cliff jumping and, as we see at the :30 mark, to pet some sharks.

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J.J. Abrams gave a sneak peek at the X-wing fighter from "Star Wars: Episode VII"

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So you think you're a Stars Wars fan? You've got the Santa Cruz x Star Wars skateboard. And you copped two pairs of each of the Vans x Star Wars sneakers—one to wear and one to keep in the box. Well, now you have a chance to actually be in Star Wars: Episode VII.

Star Wars: Force for Change is a new initiative in which Disney and Lucasfilm have teamed up with Unicef to benefit children in need. Disney has already committed $1 million, and fans have three days left to donate directly at http://bit.ly/ForceForChange for a chance to appear in Star Wars: Episode VII. By pledging as little as $10 through the Omaze fundraising platform, any eligible supporter will be automatically entered for a chance to win this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Star Wars director J.J. Abrams released a video asking for fans to donate, and in so doing, he also revealed a look at what the X-wing fighter will look like in the upcoming movie. The plane looks pretty awesome and should give Star Wars fans plenty to dream about until the movie actually comes out.

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