Robert Knievel, Robert Edward, Robbie Maddison, Ronnie Renner, Seth Enslow, and Mike Metzger are just some among many motorcycle daredevils who have passion for dangerous ports. They have made their own and world records for their jumps.
Mike 'The Godfather' Metzger, an America Freestyle motocross rider, won the Freestyle and Big Air events and got second place in Step Up. In May 2006, he completed “The Impossible Jump”, doing a world record backflip over the fountains in front of Caesars Palace.
Metzger did a world record backflip over the fountains in front of Caesars Palace.
Robbie Maddison is a motorbike stunt rider from the town of Kiama, New South, Wales. He has developed his passion for riding. In March 2010, Robbie Maddison became the first person to jump to the start gantry at the Formula One in Melboune, Australia.
Robbie Maddison is recognized as one of the best FMX riders in the world.
Seth Enslow, motorcyclist and stunt performer, rose to fame for his big jumps. He set a new record for longest jump in a Harley-Davidson. With a 183.7-foot jump, Enslow shattered the existing mark-set ten years ago in Las Vegas -- by 18 feet.
Seth Enslow is motorcyclist and stunt performer.
Ronnie Renner set a new world record for height out of a quarter pipe on a dirt bike.
Ronnie Renner set a Guinness World Record for highest air reached on a motorcycle at Santa Monica Pier, California.
Robert Craig "Evel" Knievel, Jr., an American motorcycle daredevil and entertainer, was famous in the United States in the late 1960s and early 1980s. His achievements earned him many entries in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Knievel was an American motorcycle daredevil and entertainer
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