A snowmobile weighs nearly five hundred pounds and isn't meant for flying and yet, that's what professional crazy person Antti Pendikainen did with his snowmobile. He gunned it down the mountain and then launched it off a cliff and then started soaring, reaching heights in the air typically meant for helicopters and…
It never ceases to amaze me how people insist on breaking their necks or getting spinal cord injuries by jumping off vertical slopes on top of heavy snowmobiles. The guys on the video below just keep going for it in some rather crazy drops.
Ever wanted to head out into the frozen backcountry on a snowmobile? Wilderness Collective did just that last winter, tackling a 400-mile section of the Iditarod trail and recording the experience in this video.
This is what GoPros were invented to do: take you along for the ride as completely insane adrenaline junkies launch vehicles off of precipices. Like Brett Turcotte jumping off a cliff riding his snowmobile—and landing perfectly.
Bright ideas and products in skiing and snowboarding, from a Norwegian hotel built into a mountainside to an inflatable pack that can save you from an avalanche
Are these people out of their probably-illegal-substances-driven minds? A snowmobile double backflip? How many people have been crushed doing this? No idea. But I just love to watch it.
Not only this Antarctic Snow Cruiser is amazing on its own, with its bigger-than-men wheels and awesome 1939 design but, as you can see, the damn thing carried an entire plane on top.
We're all worried about climate change, but few of us have really considered the cool new vehicles we'll get to use when the world become a snow-blanketed mess like in The Day After Tomorrow. Luckily, the Russians are all about getting through the 100-year winter in style. Here's a late-50s Victory aerosled design by…