This is a video of Robert “Crazy Rocketman” Maddox (previously) riding the Rocket Board, a homemade rocket-powered skateboard he constructed. It’s pretty glorious. Also I love how he trusts his invention enough to not wear a helmet while one-handing the controls so he can selfie-stick himself with the other. Clearly,
This is a video of a cyclist swerving to avoid a car that blatantly turns right in front of him (I suspect that car does NOT have a ‘Share The Road’ bumper sticker attached) and crashing into the balloon display a worker is setting up. Did those balloons actually help
This is a video of a man who was pulled over in Norfolk, Nebraska, with a Watusi bull named Howdy Doody riding shotgun in a former police-use Crown Victoria, which had been modified to accommodate the beast for Nebraska’s BIG RODEO Parade, where it was awarded best car entry and
In delicious karma news, this is some dashcam footage of a cool guy biker doing burnouts while waiting at a stoplight, causing the SUV driver behind him to have to roll up their windows due to all the rubbery smoke. The biker then gets a flat just 30 seconds later.
The 18 Wheels is an all-electric ATV developed in Finland that runs on 18 wheels, each with its own electric motor and suspension. The idea was to create an ATV that was capable of tackling a variety of terrain, while keeping the disturbance of that terrain to a minimum. How
This is some security cam footage of a woman who, unable to tame her wild moped, proceeds to drive it through what appears to be a plastic pot store (thank goodness it wasn’t a china shop), knocking over piles of inventory before finally crashing into display rack and coming to
Piggybacking on the build of his bike with treaded square tires, this is a video of engineer The Q reducing the design to its bare minimum, producing a tireless bike that runs on thin treads that only make contact with the pavement at two points. That’s…something. Something I wish I’d
Built by mountain biker and experimental bike maker Sam Pilgrim (previously), this is a video of a side-by-side tandem mountain bike where both riders get a pair of pedals and handlebars, but only the right-hand rider can steer and use the brakes. Obviously, if you’re a control freak, you’ll want