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Claustrophobic? Don't Try This Sketchy Wingsuit BASE Exit!

Claustrophobic? Don't Try This Sketchy Wingsuit BA...

If you’re looking for a sketchy BASE exit with a pucker factor of 10, this is it. Thanks to Hedeen for sending us the footage. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Bad BASE Exit = Terrifying Bridle Wrap

Friday Freakout: Bad BASE Exit = Terrifying Bridle...

As the saying goes, timing is everything… especially in BASE when your life depends on it. I’m sure this wasn’t his best exit; in fact, it was probably the most terrifying exit of his life. But he lived to tell the story. Don’t do this, live and learn, and stay alive. Watch Video »
Step Into the Void: Sketchy BASE Exit!

Step Into the Void: Sketchy BASE Exit!

Looks like there’s a new tourist attraction in Chamonix, France — a sketchy BASE exit point that requires some professional gear to make it happen. Wingsuit, check. Rappel line, check. Jeans, check. Trucker hat, check. Our friend Roch Malnuit sure does know how to make an entrance/exit. Watch Video »
Thursday Throwback: Yosemite BASE Jumping In 1980

Thursday Throwback: Yosemite BASE Jumping In 1980

Probably not the best exits I’ve ever seen, but what can you expect from a bunch of skydivers trying to BASE jump off El Capitan in Yosemite back in 1980. I still don’t think anything beats this other BASE jumping footage with round parachutes back in the day. That’s just bat-shit crazy!! Watch Video »
For The Record: 49-way... BASE Jump!

For The Record: 49-way... BASE Jump!

Nearly fifty people perched on the edge of a cliff in a mixture of wingsuits and tracking suits. Not a scene you see every day. Epic visuals on exit. Sick. Knowing you’re on a world record jump. Awesome. Nearly taking out a child on landing. Oops! Watch Video »
The "Hang-By-Your-Feet-Off-A-Bridge" BASE Jump

The "Hang-By-Your-Feet-Off-A-Bridge" BASE Jump

Although accurate and descriptive, the “hang-by-your-feet-off-a-bridge” exit doesn’t quite roll off the tip of your tongue. So let’s just stick with The Idaho Toe-Grabber Gainer (TIT Double G, for short) and call it a day. Watch Video »
Secret Wind Turbine BASE Jump

Secret Wind Turbine BASE Jump

UPDATE: Unfortunately this video has now been marked “private” by the author since originally posting it on Jan. 31, 2012, . Here’s an awesome antenna BASE jump instead :) Watch Video »
Highlining BASE Stunt

Highlining BASE Stunt

A shot from Sebastien Montaz’s brilliant documentary, I Believe I Can Fly, about BASE jumping and highlining. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, I highly recommend you check it out here. View Photo »
Piggyback BASE Exit

Piggyback BASE Exit

The pre-exit photo wasn’t too reassuring, but it looks like Lonnie Bissonnette’s piggyback BASE exit went according to plan. As a paraplegic, Lonnie doesn’t let anything get in his way. Have you seen his wheelchair BASE jump at Bride Day? Did I mention his middle name is Badass? You truly are an inspiration to us... View Photo »
Playing With His Pole in Public

Playing With His Pole in Public

Marshall Miller of the GoPro Bomb Squad playing with his pole in public again. View Photo »
Leap of Faith

Leap of Faith

Atle Dahl and the late Ted Rudd BASE jumping in the Gudvangen Valley in Norway. Fly free Ted. RIP. Photo by Trond R. Teigen. You can also watch Suitable: A Tribute to Ted Rudd. View Photo »
2 Girls, 1 Bridge

2 Girls, 1 Bridge

Usually the old saying, “If all your friends jumped off a bridge, would you do it too?”, is a rhetorical question… unless you’re BASE jumping at Bridge Day, in which case the answer is “hells yeah!” Photo by Andrew Revesz. View Photo »
Old AND Bold BASE Jumper at Bridge Day

Old AND Bold BASE Jumper at Bridge Day

Who says there are no old, bold BASE jumpers? With over 400+ BASE jumpers at Bridge Day this year, you’re bound to see it all, including gorilla and bunny costumes, Mr. Bill, TandemBASE, and an 82-year-old BASE jumper — Donald Cripps from Emerald Coast Skydiving in Alabama. Photo by Andrew Revesz. View Photo »
Into The Fog

Into The Fog

Nick Burden and Joey Stokes BASE jumping into the fog from the “West Hotel” exit point of an 800 foot cliff in Colorado. Photo by Nick Burden. View Photo »
Taking The Leap

Taking The Leap

Sacrebleu! A stunning overhead shot of Matthias Giraud as he counts down before taking the leap off an exit point on Mount Baring. I’m sure you remember Matthias, also known as Super Frenchie — the crazy Frenchman who escaped an avalanche while ski-BASE jumping in the French Alps. He’s 1 part French, 2 parts badass. View Photo »
Experience Zero Gravity

Experience Zero Gravity

Following the release of Experience Human Flight, this is the second chapter in the Experience Series from design studio Betty Wants In. Chas Mackinnon from BWI says, “Most skydiving videos are edited with fast cuts and set to up-tempo music… we wanted to explore the other end of the spectrum.” This is, by far, some... Watch Video »
Rollerblades + BASE Jumping = Roller-BASE

Rollerblades + BASE Jumping = Roller-BASE

So you’ve seen an insane avalanche ski-BASE jump by Matthias Giraud, skydiving in a kayak (aka skyaking) by Miles Daisher, and skydiving with roller skates by Freakfly. But what about roller-BASE… BASE Jumping with rollerblades? That’s a first for me, and I’m lovin’ it! Why didn’t I think of that? Watch Video »
S.A.F.E = Stupid And F**king Extreme

S.A.F.E = Stupid And F**king Extreme

What could possibly go wrong? Anthony White — a newbie to big wall BASE jumping, with a hangover — takes Lonnie Bissonnette — a paraplegic — for a ride on a big wall BASE jump in Norway. Next time, I want to see you do this blindfolded Anthony! Photo via Lonnie Bissonnette. View Photo »
Big Wall BASE Exit

Big Wall BASE Exit

Kyle Sul’s BASE jumping exit in Norway last summer. I love the glowing red pants; they look like they were photoshop’d on to Kyle. Photo by Anders Lau Nielsen. View Photo »
BASE Jumping Ninjas

BASE Jumping Ninjas

Fred Fugen of the Soul Flyers and Jean-Francois Huck are BASE jumping ninjas-in-training. Real ninjas don’t have shadows — like Chuck Norris. Photo via Fred Fugen. View Photo »