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Hanging out with Ryan Seacrest in Times Square might be your idea of a good time on New Year's Eve, but it's not ours. So if that's your thing, you should probably stop reading right now.
We'd rather watch Robbie Maddison and Levi LaVallee sending the biggest tandem jump the world has ever seen, launching over the San Diego Bay during Red Bull's annual New Year. No Limits. extravaganza.
Maddo has been here before, as he essentially put No Limits on the map with his 2008 Las Vegas jump to the top of the replica Arc de Triomphe. It's not his first record attempt either; he's been setting and breaking his own distance jump world records since 2005, airing everything from a Formula One racetrack to a canal in Greece. In this clip, we got to sit down with Maddo and check out his stable of bikes, including the ones he's saved from particularly memorable stunts.
FYI, when Twitch says something is “f*cking gnarly” you had better believe it is.
Enough talk. The main event went down as planned, but to be honest we were a little disappointed by the shoddy camerawork on ESPN's part. Here, instead, is a well-edited combination of standard remote-camera angles and multiple GoPro perspectives that shows the jump in all it's glory. While Robbie didn't set another world record here (aside from an unofficial practice measurement), Levi did, and the two of them together definitely set something. Maybe it was our minds, on fire. Enjoy.