With all the crazy storms across the country this winter, we thought this video was of a long-bed Chevy C10 trying to take on a stormy water-crossing. After a closer look, we realized not everything is at it seemed … check it out for yourself in the below.
We’ve all probably got one of those neighbors (or maybe you are that neighbor) that’s always looking for an excuse to drive their rock crawler to work. Even just the slightest bit of snow is excuse enough.
We have know idea what is going on in this video or why the driver of this Yamaha YZF-R25 is off-road. As you can see from their struggle, bad things happen when street bikes go off-road. Enjoy the sillyness.
Jeremy Martin managed to walk away from a crazy dirtbike crash over the weekend at the San Diego Supercross. Martin got tossed over the bars, bounced over a berm and (fortunately) landed on a tough block before bouncing back to his feet. Check out the video below:
This video serves as a good reminder to always be attentive when riding, especially in the dunes. It’s hard to see, much less steer, when your wheels are off the ground and this sand car and UTV collision probably could have been avoided.
They say necessity is the mother of invention. Well, when you live in Alaska and you don’t want to park your vintage Dodge Coronet, you improvise. This guy got creative and created his own track system using snowmobile tracks and trailer hubs. Well done!
People train animals to do some pretty incredible things. While Roscoe might not have figured out how to work a clutch and twist a throttle yet, he certainly has his posture down pretty well and he’s great at listening to instructions. He definitely well on his way to be a world champion dirt bike riding dog.
Whether it’s a backflip, a front flip or even just a standard superman, we tip our hat to any of the brave souls who are willing to risk life and limb by riding freestyle motocross. Becoming disconnected from your machine in mid air is every FMX rider’s greatest fear, and this poor guy missed his grab holds and suffered the consequences of a serious FMX fail (#fridayfail). Hopefully he walked away from it.
We’re not sure what’s more entertaining – the banjo music in the background of this vintage video or the looks on the faces of riders trying to make it up the Widowmaker motorcycle hill climb. Either way, our hat is off to these valiant soldiers for doing battle on, shall we say, sub-par equipment. Ride on men. Ride on!
We hate to think what the bossman would say if he happened to stop by the work site and see his guys fooling ice drifting on a frozen lake with his equipment. This equipment is worth tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars. We’re betting someone got fired over this, but sit back and enjoy his fool-hardly adventure.