From a young age, the New Jersey native has proved that BMX has always been a constant in his life. Like many riders, Scotty Cranmer started his career in BMX racing. He knew then that BMX was going to be more than just a hobby. Anyone who has ever seen him ride knows he has the ability to ride anything with ease and confidence. Scotty proves year after year that he was made for this and his passion and dedication to the sport has not only made his riding career successful, but has earned him the respect of everyone around him.
Uli Emanuele pilots what is possibly the most technical and difficult BASE jump ever. For the past 3 years Uli has been dreaming about and preparing for what could be a world record jump. With just his wingsuit and hiking poles, he climbs to his exit point and realizes there is no turning back.
“This was my first legit ride back since having surgery on my wrist. I broke my wrist riding about 12 weeks ago and my doc finally gave me the green light to start riding again. Feels so good to finally be back on my bike again!” – Harry Main.
Martyn Ashon’s Road Bike Party inspired Brumotti to change his trials riding to using a road bike and take it to a whole new level, showing off his incredible riding skills. From the Tinkoff Saxo team bus, to Italian quarries via the Californian sunshine, Road Bike Freestyle 2 showcases Vittorio’s incredible riding skill.
Pro surfers Mark Mathews, Mick Corbett, Chris Ross and plenty more braved the conditions to conquer the giant slabs at WA’s notorious big wave bombie, The Right. Some monster waves were reported being as tall as 18 metres – more than five storeys – as a swell caused by a low-pressure system over the Indian Ocean swept the coast.
In this film, Steven worked with Team O’Neill surfer and professional athlete Malia Manuel to capture a unique perspective on a single day’s surf session in Western Australia. Utilising drones for the majority of the videography, Steven plays with perspective, taking the viewer into, above, and beyond the waves.
Roberta Mancino is one of a kind. Basejumper, Model, Freediver, she’s always on the road on search for the perfect thrill. She recently had the opportunity (along with some other base jumpers) to spend a few days jumping from the second tallest residential building in the world: the Princess Tower in Dubai (400 meters / 1360 feet). The footage includes the world’s biggest zipline, the first woman to fly a wingsuit from a tower, gainers, pike front flip, pyramid and finally the most extreme kiss in the world.
This is one of those videos you really have to see to believe. 43-year-old Arnaud Longobardi flies into the open doors of a moving cable car, on purpose. Successfully completing this unthinkable feat required an improbable convergence of a tight-knit team, perfect weather conditions, unimaginable permission from the cable car company, cutting-edge equipment, pinpoint accuracy, a bit of luck, and above all, extraordinary courage.
Connor Toole is almost 7 feet tall, has an ill-fitting suit and a beard he didn’t trim enough, perfect for pretending to fit in with the players nervously awaiting their fates. To test this theory, he braved the 15-minute walk from his apartment to the arena to see if he could convince people he was part of this class of untapped potential.