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WEDDINGS| RECREATION| TICKETS| EVENTS  
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Nik Wallenda - Few of His Previous Stunts

Nik began performing with his family at an early age. He first performance was at the age of two, began walking the wire at age 4. His first professional wire performance was at the age of 13.

10/15/2008 (Newark, NY)

Nik Wallenda, the seventh generation of the Flying Wallendas circus family, pedaled a bicycle on a wire 12 stories above the street in Newark, N.J., Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2008. Wallenda was trying for a Guinness World Record for the longest distance and greatest height ever traveled by a bike on a high wire.

7/3/2009 (Pittsburgh, PA)

Nik Wallenda walked a 1000 foot-long high-wire, suspended 200 feet over the Allegheny River in downtown Pittsburgh Friday, July 3, 2009.

8/28/2010 (Bahamas Highwire)

Nik Wallenda pedaled a bicycle across the Bridge Suite of the Paradise Island Atlantis resort in Nassau, Bahamas, Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010. He cycled safely more than 100 feet along the wire some 260 feet above the turquoise ocean without a safety net to break his own Guinness World Record set in 2008 in Newark, New Jersey.

4/15/2011 (Santa Cruz, CA)

Nik Wallenda walked on top of the ferris Wheel at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Friday, April 15, 2011 in Santa Cruz, Calif.

6/4/2011 (Puerto Rico Highwire)

High-wire acrobats Delilah Wallenda and her son Nik Wallenda simultaneously walk across a 300-foot-long wire suspended 100 feet in the air between two towers of the Conrad Condado Plaza Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Saturday June 4, 2011. Nik's great-grandfather, the German-born Karl Wallenda, tried to perform the same feat in 1978 but fell to his death at age 73.

5/9/2012 (Baltimore, MD)

In advance of his death defying high-wire walk across the Mighty Niagara, daredevil Nik Wallenda walked the tightrope over Baltimore's inner harbor.

Witness: The Iconic Walk over the Falls