On Robbie’s first day in Skullcandy’s Park City headquarters, he looked out of the conference room window and saw the K120 Nordic Ski jump across the street at the Utah Olympic Park, stating he would jump it one day. Now, two years later, Skullcandy in partnership with Red Bull bring that dream to life and is sharing it with fans around the world by way of their “Drop In” project.
Robbie Maddison’s New Year’s Eve world-recording breaking jump would not have been possible without a worthy machine that could handle the mind boggling task, according to the Honda Australia.
Robbie Maddison jumps off the K120 nordic ski jump. The 185-foot drop is said to be a world record. Video also shows him hitting high turns in bobsled run.
On Robbie's first day in Skullcandy'sPark City headquarters, he looked out of the conference room window and saw the K120 Nordic Ski jump across the street at the Utah Olympic Park, stating he.
It was an Australasian double bill in Vegas with Kiwi Rick Millen, a member of Maddison's Red Bull stunt team, attempting to become the first person to complete and land a backflip in an off-road.
Since 2007, Red Bull has been setting records off the chart with their first New Year's Eve event at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. At the first NYNL event, Robbie Maddison marked 322 feet as the.
But Red Bull's Robbie Maddison was intent on changing all that. On a chilly desert night, the Rio Casino parking lot was transformed into the site where Maddison would attempt to jump the distance of a regulation-sized football field. The take-off ramp was built around field goal posts and the landing pad, a 50-foot tall mountain consisting of.
After beating the world record for long distance jump (322 ft) in Las Vegas last New Year’s Eve, Robbie Maddison is going for it again tonight. Better, crazier but as pro as ever Maddo will attempt an impossible jump during the Red Bull New Year’s No Limit event tonight in Las Vegas, a TV live event on ESPN. Perfection, dedication and the love of this sport are common traits that everyone.