Johan Clarey of France, who placed fifth, clocked the fastest speed recorded in competition in the 46-year history of the World Cup this weekend at the classic Lauberhorn downhill. Clarey hit a top speed of 161,9 km/h (100,6 mph).
I don’t know if that was just a fluke or if this little guy is trained to wave at passersbys but either way if this video (…)
Just a baby bear walking the isles of a drug store. No big deal. I wonder what he was shopping for?
How many times have you let your primal brain takeover and caught yourself staring at a fire for an inordinate amount of (…)
Alright all you bums out there trying to retire early and ski all day…get yourself a metal detector and find yourself a (…)
Iditarod competitors come from all walks of life. MUSH!
Even if street riding isn’t your cup of tea sometimes you just have to sit back and marvel at what some of these kids are capable of. (…)