Very scary moment during the Winter X Games when Jackson Strong attempted his jump. He lost his grip on the sled in mid air and as they both fell to the ground the throttle must have stuck. As you see the unmanned snowmobile just sped up and headed into the crowd. Luckily the barrier slowed it down and quick thinkers sped to shut the thing off.
It looked like no one was seriously hurt. Thank goodness
We all know the old saying, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.” Well, that’s not actually the quote. What William Congreve actually wrote was ”Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.”
Either way, this dude is fucked. It appears an ex-boyfriend tried to reach out to World and Olympic Judo champ Ronda Rousey. She was not amused
Okay … Couldn’t help tweeting this cause it felt too damn good sending this message to not share it instagr.am/p/KeSmDfBEQH/
Ken Block and his Hybrid FunctionHoon Vehicle took the Gymkhana game to the next level. With the help of director Ben Conrad (Zombieland and 30 Seconds or Less), this stunt video turned into a huge Hollywood production featuring pyrotechnics and insane stunt driving.
The man drifted around a gorilla on a Segway!
Do not try this at home. I know if I did there would be no more Epic Meal Time.
P.S. I had no clue what Alpinestars was. I bought a t-shirt because of the cool logo. Now I feel like such a poser.
Of all the people in the world, I think I’m the one least likely to overuse hyperbole. But this goal by the Maryland Lacrosse team is, in my opinion, the greatest scoring play in the history of sports.
Posted on 07 October 2008 by California Correspondent
I’ve always felt that if you’ve seen one stakeboarding video, you’ve seen them all. Crazy kick flips, ollies, toe grabs, broken bones, bad spills, back side whatevers…
It took Spike Jones to take skating to another level and to make things really interesting. Below is the intro to his “Fully Flared” skate film. The most dangerous part of this introduction was Mike Mo Capaldi‘s “Switch Flip”, which was followed by the staircase being blown up with napalm. It’s worth your 4 minutes of time, and then you never have to watch skateboarding again, I promise.