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This Climbing Film Spoof with Babies is Hysterical

Leave it to Cedar Wright, the world class climber with a good sense of humor (just watch any of the sufferfest videos) to perfectly spoof the seriousness of climbing films with babies. The narration reminds me of the Valley Uprising, pitting two forces against each other with climbing as their competition.

In the end, the babies figure out the right way to treat each other and make everyone realize that love conquers all. Watch it and laugh. 

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Squirrel Wingsuit Pilots Defy Gravity and Fly Up
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Squirrel Wingsuit Pilots Defy Gravity and Fly Up

Squirrel Wingsuit Pilots Defy Gravity and Fly Up

Wingsuit flying made its way into the niche "do you have a deathwish" category of action sports as an offshoot from the already incredibly dangerous base-jumping. If your not familiar, wingsuits are a special kind of jumpsuit with ram-air-inflated between the arms and legs that enable humans to fly their bodies like weightless gliders. The clear advantage of the wingsuit technology to skydivers is that it allows them to fly not just straight downwards, but forwards and allows for a longer

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Hold Onto Your Seat and Watch Hawaii’s Gnarliest Downhill Skateboarding
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Hold Onto Your Seat and Watch Hawaii’s Gnarliest Downhill Skateboarding

Hold Onto Your Seat and Watch Hawaii’s Gnarliest Downhill Skateboarding

Most people think of Hawaii for its coastline of endless surf swells, but if you're into downhill skateboarding the interior landscape of the islands makes it a mecca for some of the gnarliest skating in the world. The Blood Orange skate crew consisting of Will Clay, Ryan Bishop, Ryan Gotlieb, and Patrick Welsch set out on a road trip to take on the Island of Kauai's burliest hills. What they found made for some of the absolute death-defying, downhill skateboarding you will ever see amongst

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Woman Bikes Ho Chi Minh Trail to Find Her Father’s Plane Crash Site
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Woman Bikes Ho Chi Minh Trail to Find Her Father’s Plane Crash Site

Woman Bikes Ho Chi Minh Trail to Find Her Father’s Plane Crash Site

Red Bull Media House's Blood Road documents the tale of ultra endurance mountain bike athlete Rebecca Rusch, as she chronicles her search for clues about her father's death in Vietnam War. Rusch and Vietnamese riding partner Huyen Nguyen, pedal 1,200 miles of the Ho Chi Minh Trail through the dense jungles of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Loas. Their goal, to reach the crash site, and final resting site of Rusch's father, a U.S. Air Force pilot shot down over 40 years ago.  During their journey, the