Jul 132015
First Ever BMX Quad Backflip

For the common sports enthusiast, performing just one backflip on a bicycle is hard enough. But daredevils are always pushing the boundaries of what is possible. After countless others failed to break the difficult trick of performing a quad backflip on a bike, Jed Mildon has just made history after finally completing one without falling at the end. This video by Nitro Circus has gone viral over the weekend with over 1.5 million views!


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Apr 302015
Daredevil Completes First Ever Triple Backflip On Motorcycle

Evel Knievel is probably the most famous daredevil ever. Now, there is a new name that will forever go down in the daredevil history books. At Pastranaland, biker Josh Sheehan completed the world’s first ever triple backflip on a motorcycle. 

“There are only two possible outcomes: Roll away on two wheels, or roll away on four wheels to the hospital.” 

This extreme video has instantly gone viral with over 2.25 million views!


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Apr 292014
Davenport University Student Fails Back Flip At Graduation Commencement

What’s more embarrassing than slipping on stage at your college graduation commencement? How about falling on your head? One Davenport University student was unlucky enough to do just that at this year’s graduation.

The student tried to pull off a back-flip after receiving his diploma in a move that seemed pre-planned. Sadly, he failed his back-flip and landed on his head. 

Now, his fail has gone viral! He wanted attention, he got it!



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Dec 192013
BMX Biker Performs Epic Superman Double Backflip

Adrenaline junkie Ethen Godfrey-Roberts has gone viral after performing a world record trick at the Nitro Circus.

He basically invented his own stunt, which is appropriately named the Superman Double Backflip

Now, this short clip has gone viral with over 575,000 hits!


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Oct 232013
Biker Backflips Over Edge Of Canyon Wearing Point Of View GoPro Camera

During this year’s Red Bull Rampage, Kelly McGarry pulled off an incredible backflip. While biking down the edge of a towering 72-foot canyon. All while wearing a point-of-view GoPro camera.

Now, the subsequent footage is going viral, amassing over half a million views in just one day. The clip is featured on BusinessInsider, Telegraph, and RedBull


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