Ice Speedway racing is a very real (and very insane) sport in Russia, but chances are most of us Westerners have never laid eyes upon it...until now. Join Red Bull and Ice Speedway Russia World Champion, Daniil Ivanov, as he takes his absolutely insane bike skills to Lake Baikal for the flat track sesh to end them all. Holy shit, is the appropriate response here.
With news of Alain Robert's third Ariane Tower climb breaking this week, we decided there was no better time to face our fears and assemble the 5 craziest urban free climbs of all time in one head-spinning, stomach-turning countdown. From the second tallest tower in the world to the apex of the Wembley Arch, there is plenty of no-margin-for-error insanity on display here, so put on those climbing shoes and join us as we head for the clouds.
Russians are no strangers to heights. In fact, sometimes it seems like they have something in their genetic code that helps them better handle stomach-turning precipices. Oleg Cricket, however, is another story altogether. He doesn't just conquer skyscrapers, he toys with them like they were Legos, assembling one of the craziest Insta portfolios on earth in the process. If can pry your hands away from your eyes for 30 seconds, you'll see exactly what we mean.
This thing is a straight-up monster
This is crazy, even by Russian standards
Because what else is there to do in Siberia?
Well, that's one way to get the job done