Sometimes you have to wonder where all the crazy ideas come from or if they’ll ever run out. Apparently not as the Diesel Brothers just keeping coming up with over the top stunts, like this Ford F-250 Somersault.
Sure they say that the ice is plenty strong. But are you willing to risk your Jeep Wrangler sinking to the bottom of a lake? Apparently this guy is!
Clearly this young guy isn’t familiar with the game roost your buddy. He all too easily falls for his friend’s trap and pays the price.
If you haven’t seen this one yet, brace yourself. What looks like a backyard stunt gone wrong is actually footage of a truck launching our of a ditch. What we didn’t realize when we first saw the footage is it’s actually the tail end of a police chase. Just remember, kids, evading the police is never a good idea.
Apparently this guy doesn’t care much for sedans. He’s rolling coal and doing burnouts on the hood of this helpless little car. This video has ‘Merica written all over it.
Racing supercross is not for the faint of heart. Professional racers make it look easy on TV, but in real life the jumps are nearly vertical, and supercross whoops can send you tumbling in a hurry. Just ask this guy.
We’ve seen some great Jeep Cherokee jumps in our day, but we’ve never seen one completely submerged in water upon landing. Apparently the driver was planning for a wild ride because he had the good sense to strap on a helmet. Watch this Jeep Cherokee take on a pond.
There are close calls… and then there’s this. This dirt bike lands on a Jeep after sailing over 100 feet through the air off of a dune. This could have gone wrong in so many ways for both parties. That’s why its always a good idea to have spotters watching the take off and the landing when jumping, particularly in the dunes.
Some might argue that there’s very little skill involved in the X Games Step Up competition. You basically just hold the gas and try to get as high as possible, right? Well, as this little video shows, there’s a whole lot that can go wrong just trying to make it to the bar.