Wheeeeee!: 'World's First' 360-Degree Aerial Barrel Roll

November 25, 2013


This is a short video of Baja 100 racer Adrian 'The Wildman' Cenni performing a 360-degree barrel roll before a race in Ensenada, Mexico. They call it the world's first 360-barrel roll, but at least a handful of other people (including Rob Dyrdek) have done it before. I dunno, maybe he's the first one to do it without a landing ramp. Or maybe he's just the first one to do it where there was literally no regulation on where the audience could stand.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Shane, who has every intention of becoming the first person to perform a double barrel roll outside of Star Fox.

  • Devin Wolfe

    The amount of adrenaline in his body must have been huge.

  • *yawn* Wake me up when someone does a triple mochachino half-cab salchow

  • Frédéric Purenne

    What's the big deal? Obviously, he just pressed R and Z twice...

  • Steven

    Not actually a barrel roll. It's an aileron roll. Very common mistake.

  • What is an aileron roll?

  • khemical

    Look it up. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...

    I was expecting a barrel roll, and was not impressed. I've done aileron rolls on my PowerWheels since I was 3.

  • Josh Golding

    ummm has no one ever seen "Man with the golden gun"

  • That's the first thing I thought of. But that stunt was done ramp-to-ramp and was only 270 deg. And Bumps Willard went on to do much more crazay shit.

  • Bree

    My company printed that large banner hanging from the overpass. Woot.

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