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Red Bull Experiment 3 Santa Monica

'I went way past my goal of 50 feet,' said Renner. 'I only planned five jumps, but the last one was for the fans. It was all or nothing. I went higher than I expected and felt like a human lawn dart, but I'm glad I made it five feet higher and rode away to talk about it.'
The Red Bull Experiment is now three-for-three with Robbie Maddison smashing the motorcycle jump distance record on New Years Eve in Las Vegas. Then last month, BMX rider Kevin Robinson established a record of his own when he flew 54 feet above the ground in New York's Central Park, thereby setting
The historic Santa Monica Pier played host to the third installment of the Red Bull Experiment.
Over 20,000 fans packed into the Santa Monica Pier to watch Red Bull's Ronnie Renner leap into the record books.
the crowd was treated to a full visual assault courtesy of the Red Bull MiG-17 fighter jet, the 'Bull Bo-105 CBS aerobatic helicopter, and of course the beyond talented Red Bull Air Force sky diving team.
His first attempt came in at 45 feet 9 inches and eventually he obtained 54 feet 7 inches on his third jump. However, he couldn't best that height on the last two attempts so he decided on doing one more which ended up being the record.