This thing is crazy. Part car, part giant screw, the 1926 Armstead Snow Motor Vehicle is an oddity in snow transportation. While similar to modern snow cats with track steering, the Armstead rides on two grooved cylinders that propels the machine through snow. Although the video portrays the machine as more of a work horse than a recreational vehicle, we’d like to think it could have been used for some quick laps. Where’d this thing go? We want one!
Really well done little reel featuring wingsuit cinematography of Jarno Cordia. Sit back and enjoy.
Vail’s snowboarding newsman John LaConte taking a quick spin through the glades and it is looking pretty choice (…)
They way these guys roll it’s no wonder they don’t always land board side down.
Never knew you could perch like that with a paragliding rig and I doubt you did either.
DEEP POWDER ALERT- TETONS, WASATCH, CENTRAL IDAHO, CENTRAL/NORTH COLORADO From: Powderchasers.com Snow is falling (…)
Didier Cuche in his last race in Schladming. With old skis and old clothing he ventures down the giant slalom course.
Every kids childhood fantasy of getting enough balloons to get off the ground….of course Roner spiced it up with a shotgun and a (…)