Every Arial Discipline in one video with Red Bull Air Force

Take every discipline that makes a part of the Red Bull Air Force, throw in an Audi, a crack film crew and you get this video, which will surely induce some goosebumps while watching.

What happens when a highly-skilled, precision-flying crew of aerial athletes is tasked with creating their dream project? This incredible video.
“What we wanted to do was show every air sports discipline we do on the Red Bull Air Force team and put it into one massive sequence,” says RBAF captain Jon DeVore.

The video featured skydivers/high-speed parachute flyers Jeff Provenzano and Luke Aikins; wingsuit pilots Jon DeVore, Mike Swanson and Andy Farrington; BASE jumpers Miles Daisher and Charles Bryan; and aerobatic plane pilot Kirby Chambliss, with Sean MacCormac handling coordination from the ground thanks to some precision driving from Rhys Millen in an Audi RS 7.

For more follow the Air Force on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/redbullairforce/?hl=en

Wingmen Trailer – The most dangerous movie ever made…

Three men left on this journey, only two came home…

Three of the world’s most renowned BASE jumpers, Jokke Sommer, Espen Fadnes and Ludovic Woerth embark on an adventure around the world seeking out unique and challenging places to wingsuit proximity flying and BASE jumping. This exceptional journey takes Jokke, Espen and Ludo to Rio De Janeiro, Chamonix, Reunion Island, the Tianmen Mountains in China, Bangkok, before their planned final jump in Dubai.
All three athletes speak candidly about the moralities of the sport they risk their lives for and the emotions and rewards that push them to pioneer this sport.

Jetman Dubai – Young Feathers – Best thing I have ever seen!

This is seriously the best thing I have ever seen! Since I was a boy I have dreamt what it would be like to fly free like a bird of prey and these guys are about as close to that feeling as you will ever get. I had goosebumps the entire time I was watching. So if anyone out there wants to make my dreams come true, sort me out with these guys so i can go fly free at high speeds above the desert sands.

We mark a new milestone in the chapter of human flight. Join Jetman, Yves Rossy, and his protege, Jetman Vince Reffet as they explore the limits in the city of dreams.

“The real dream is to be completely free”

Totally Insane Precision Wingsuit Flying

Its pretty incredible how far these guys have pushed this sport in such a short time. With the highest mortality rate in any sport,the risks are real though! Watch and fear for their lives, because this Wingsuit flying is insane.
This flight features Vincent Descols, aka, Le Blond, as he soars over the Le Catogne, a mountain with an amazing line in the Mont Blanc massif. This is an unbelievable flight in an unbelievable area. Watch in awe…

When Dogs Fly – the first dog to go Wingsuit Flying & Base Jumping

Some people are not going to get this, or are definately going to say it is wrong. But, to be honest we have seen surfing dogs, skating dogs, bike riding dogs, skiing dogs… What I am trying to say is that when keeping an open mind about this it actually looks like the dog is pretty amped about flying. Not sure if I would take my dog wingsuit flying one day, but hell, as long as the dog had a good time!

The owner of Whisper, an Australian cattle dog, describes her as ready for adventure even if it means taking a giant leap off the Swiss Alps.
Filmmaker and BASE jumper Dean Potter produced a 22-minute independent film, “When Dogs Fly,” about his family’s stay in the village of Wengen, Switzerland, in 2013 and his best friend, the first dog to ever BASE jump in a wingsuit.
Footage shows the calm pup wearing an array of gear, including so-called doggles, and attached to Potter by a harness while flying to the ground.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/whisper-world-wingsuit-base-jumping-dog-article-1.1811526#ixzz33qR4mCma

When Dogs Fly: World’s First Wingsuit BASE Jumping Dog from Dean S. Potter on Vimeo.

Imagine – Life spent on the Edge

Wow, I really want to see this film. Inspiring trailer with some incredible shots.

Imagine an entire life lived on a knife’s edge… forever dreaming up new adventures, new projects. Riders know exactly where their limits are and although this line is tested, toyed with and pushed back, it is never to be crossed…

These exceptional men and women have built lifestyles around their passion. Doubt is just a part of their daily lives. A thrilling showcase of incredible exploits which were inconceivable just a couple of years ago.

Thierry Donard and his team have set out to bring you closer to these modern-day heroes, to share their lives and their emotions with you. Getting cameras closer to the action means capturing the purest emotions that spring forth in these special moments.

These 95 minutes will help you discover for yourself the passion of this special world, bringing you to the heart of the action.

The Friday Mix – Free Surf Film, Base Jumping Series & Cape Town Skating…

Great Friday Mix for you this week starting with a free surf film from Oakley!

Join the likes of Jordy Smith, Sebastian Zietz, Adam Melling, Bruce Irons, Kolohe Andino and Julian Wilson among others as they travel from the pristine shores of Hawaii, around the world and back. Download your free copy of Oakley Dispatch: The Movie today at http://www.oakley.com/dispatchmovie.

Next up we have a new web series from base jumping nutter, Chris “Douggs” McDougall. Base Jump, Wingsuit, Skydive & lots of crazy antics! Douggs has led an incredible life over the last few years travelling the world! Follow “Base Dreams” the series for the highlights of Douggs falling & flying with his friends!

Last but not least check out skater, Jean Marc Johannes’ lastest web video with Globe Shoes as he shreds some of his favorite spots around Cape Town…

World’s Highest Base Jump from Mt. Everest

There was nothing easy about this accomplishment! In order to become the highest base jumper in the world, Valery Rozov (48) had to climb the greatest mountain on earth to reach the North Face and then fly off of it. At 7220ft above sea level, that is simply unreal…

Nearly 60 years to the day after the first ascent up Mount Everest, Russian extreme sport star Valery Rozov (48) flew off the north face of Mount Everest – the world’s highest BASE jump ever – 7220 meters (23,688ft) above sea level.

The ascent began on the Chinese side on the famous north route. It took him four days to climb from the base camp to the jumping location. At precisely 2:30 p.m. local time he leaped despite adverse weather conditions with temperatures -18 Celsius.

Because the cliff at the top was not very high, the initial moments of the leap in the rarified high altitude air were the most critical phase. Rozov needed more time than usual in the thin air to transition from freefall to flying. After that he flew for nearly a full minute at speeds of about 200 km/h (125 mph) along the north face before he landed safely on the Rongbuk glacier – at an altitude of 5,950 meters.