Climbing anything can be intimidating especially when faced with a wall that bulges out all over the place in unfriendly directions. Jon Cheng is offering an awesome incentive to try it out at Brooklyn Boulders Somerville by way of instant gratification via a revolutionary application that lets players star in their own video game called Time Trial.
It’s Slinky; it’s Slinky. For fun it’s a wonderful toy. What walks downstairs, alone or in pairs and makes a slinkety sound? A spring, a spring, a marvelous thing! Everyone knows it’s Slinky. But nobody knows how to Slinky and Kung Fu like this guy.
Tony Hawk sets yet another world record by successfully skateboarding a horizontal loop. The idea of doing the stunt has been steady brewing for a few years before Sony swooped in to make the skateboarding legend’s dream a reality by providing the insanely twisted ramp.
This is such a feel-good watch. See how a 19-month-old baby attempts to conquer a bouldering wall, as she carefully considers her movements. It’s such a delight to see a very young mind at work. Good job, parents–you’ve got one heck of a gifted child.
With the help of stunt driver Terry Grant, the F-Pace, Jaguar’s first ever crossover sets a Guinness world record with this gravity-defying 360 degree loop to demonstrate the vehicle’s design, agility and performance. How’s that for a marketing stunt?
Slacklining is a hobby for the crazy. And this video is 100% unadulterated insanity. In this death-defying stunt, daredevil (a.k.a. extremely gutsy and talented nut job) Spencer Seabrooke tries to cross a 210-feet gap and make it to the other side without losing his balance and finding his brains splattered all over the ground below (which is a good 950 feet away from him).