My 4th wingsuit base off Kjerag exit 6.Check it out:
Video by Ryan Saunders.
Wingsuit (Mach-II) - lazy throw - pilot chute hesitation - slow thinking - diving to clear it - linetwists - 5secs until I start kick them off - all well by 1500ft. Jumping 1:1.8 loaded elliptical with large wings is not the smartest thing to do.
Chuck Buckley (owner of Tahoe Longboards) longboarding barefoot with a wingsuit down Historic Hyw. 40 in Truckee Ca. The wingsuit is used for a braking system, the bare feet don't do anything but hurt if you crash. Top speed was 49 MPH, Total Length is aprox. 3.5 mi. Total decent is 1,100 ft..Check it out!
Video made during the first birdman challenge in Switserland.Check it out!
6 jumps were made for the competition and 2 flock jumps at the end of the event.
The team Jalapenos finished first of the intermediate category.
Enjoy and leave a comment if you like it ... or not.
The final results Norwegian Championship
Frode Johannessen from Voss, 29,91 seconds. Vossa BASE
Petter Bergsjø from Oslo, 32,18 seconds. Romsdalen BASE
Ronny Risvik from Stavanger, 31,60 seconds. Stavanger BASE
Tom Erik Heimen from Molde, 32,15 second. Molde BASE
Frode Johannessen was the best flyer trough all rounds, and set new track records for every round. The final track record time was 29.91 seconds.
CRW 9-way dive in honour of Q with a wing suit flyby, Jumptown, Orange, MA
Shit happens when you get to confident.... I thank my guardian angels for helping me out of this one... Quick release toggles will be ordered asap, and I have grounded myself for a while.... F$ck ...
Last training trip before the World Base Race in Norway. Flew farther in less time than previous trips. Made an effort to fly the transition steeper and it seemed to build up more speed/energy that took me through the end of the flight. Looking forward to four weeks in Norway with some of the best pilots in the world. worldbaserace.com
Death defying doctor takes leap
ER is too tame for flying doctor Glenn Singleman who jumps off cliffs thousands of metres high.
2008. Valery Rozov makes a BASEjump from the Elbrus. Located in the North Caucasus, Russia, it's the highest point of the mountain range. With its peak altitude of 5642 meters, its actually higher than the Mont Blanc, and concidered the highest peak of Europe.