The American flag's colors represent everything this country stands for--most of all, freedom. In the case of legendary stuntman and daredevil motorcyclist Evel Knievel, the red, white and blue colors on his jumpsuit meant the freedom to fly. Like R. Kelly, Knievel believed he could touch the sky, soaring over endless rows of cars, trucks, buses, or whatever other unlikely items he could fit between two ramps. During the course of his career, Knievel attempted dozens of jumps, breaking just about every bone in his body along the way. But even when he failed he won. We've carefully analyzed the risk factors of every stunt, compiled our research, and put together this list of Evel Knievel's 25 Most Dangerous Jumps. Make sure you have a neck brace ready.