gmc huge hillClearly the owner of this GMC Sierra has no fear and a ton of confidence in his pickup truck.

trust your friendWe’ve all probably had the idea of lying down and letting our friend jump over us with their truck, motorcycle or ATV but actually stepping up and doing it is quite another thing.  

Going DeepBy the way this guy just trudged right in, we’re guessing this mud hole was slightly deeper than he was expecting.  

Raptor StairsWhen you live in the city but you want to have a little off-road fun, you have to get creative with your obstacles.  

While we can’t condone driving your vehicle where it should not be, we would be lying if we said that this Ford Raptor owner doesn’t deserve props for finding an urban obstacle.

Jeep FanaticIt’s not hard to spot a Jeep fanatic.

Rhino crashFor a lot of people, it’s hard to imagine going to your favorite riding area and remember a day when there weren’t throngs of RZRs running around every which way.

Ultra FourWhether you’re going uphill or downhill, gravity is your worst enemy.  

Jeep CherokeeWe’ve all been there.  Someone in the group comes up with the bright idea to jump a vehicle and you’re the only one with anything that will even remotely go off-road.  

So after much pressure, you give in and launch your Jeep Cherokee for their entertainment.

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RZR YardsaleThe quickest way for a UTV jump to go wrong is a bad take off. 

A poor take off typically results in a failed jump and usually a crash, and such was the case for this fella.  We’d file this in the “worst case scenario” file.  He didn’t just come up short or land nose down. He had a straight up yardsale!

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ricky johnson
If you don’t trust your equipment, you’ve got little chance of winning a race.  No one would know that better than Ricky Johnson and here he appears to be testing the sidewall strength on a set of BFGoodrich trophy truck tires.