Move over Johnny Cash, there's a new ring leader in town and his name is Uli Emanuele. Uli has been at the forefront of human flight for awhile now, but his latest stunt—a wingsuit flight through a good ol' burning ring of fire—may just be his craziest yet. White knuckle that laptop and check it out.
Still haven't recovered from that Sons of Anarchy finale? Then check out this wild video of two Harley stunt riders doing their thing inside an abandoned prison. Next stop: Alcatraz.
Join professional BASE jumper, Quentin Luçon, as he hitches a ride in a Corvette, jumps out, and swan dives off of a freaking bridge. Needless to say, this is highly illegal and you shouldn't try it at home, but Quentin wins our weekly Vin Diesel Award nonetheless.
Want to see something nuts? Of course you do, so join Zac Majors and the Rhythm of Flight team as they thread a needle and fly through the Wilson Arch outside Moab, Utah. If this is a bullseye, then I guess that makes Zac the damn arrow...
So burned out on adrenaline that the prospect of throwing yourself out of a helicopter and into waste deep powder in the wilds of Alaska no longer moves the needle? Then join Xavier De Le Rue, Ralph Backstrom, and Sam Anthamatten as they concoct a new (and truly insane) way to access those untouched steeps. Hold on tight, you maniacs.
Check out the story behind AJ Stuntz, a young, up-and-coming stunt rider out of San Mateo, CA who is taking SoCal bike culture by storm. Obviously, to be this good, this young, you have to get started early, but there's so much more to AJ's story than just that, so make sure to give it a watch.
What more can be said about Danny MacAskill that hasn't already been gushed about at length? The Scottish wizard is unquestionably the most talented trials rider on earth and his concepts almost always live up to his skill level. In case you need a reminder, however, check out his latest masterclass, Cascadia, which follows Danny on an insane journey across the rooftops of Gran Canaria. Oh, and make sure to stay tuned for the ender, which is bound to catch you completely off guard.
While most skate filmers use their GoPro Hero 4 to film sick lines, Nigel K. Alexander shows you how to capture awesome photos as well. In this episode of NKA Project, Nigel highlights the GoPro Hero 4 30-frames-per-second burst mode. By using this setting you'll be able to capture the perfect photo.
GoPro and Pinkbike have teamed up to bring you a POV video contest like no other, and Austrian trials whiz, Fabio Wibmer, and his latest line looks like a worthy contender for GoPro Line of the World's $20,000 grand prize. If you think you've seen everything possible done on a bike, think again.