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NG Earth Explorer Desert Adventure E-mail
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Johnnie Behiri shoots National Geographic "Earth explore"
Bike Vs Ferrari And Ferrari Gets Embarrassed E-mail
(7 votes, average: 3.86 out of 5)
Lying on top of his bicycle with three rocket engines attached to its shining frame, a French daredevil has broken the world record, covering a quarter mile in less than seven seconds, beating a Ferrari F430, and hitting a top velocity of 333 km/h. Insane:
Ridicolous Backwards Wheelie On Highway E-mail
(4 votes, average: 3.50 out of 5)
So at first the rider filming seems to go for a conventional wheelie, the type we have seen a thousand times over. Not to be upstaged one of the other riders goes for a backwards wheelie, and our minds are blown.

It looks incredibly dangerous, but we can’t help but admire his skill.
One Boat and 145 Water-Skiers E-mail
(2 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
On 27 Jan 2012, the Horsehead Water Ski Club pulled 154 water skiers from a deep start. 145 completed the full nautical mile. Eagle, a 3100 horsepower tourist catamaran, was temporarily fitted with custom propellers. It took 21 seconds to pull 154 skiers out of the water in 2012. In 2010 Eagle with standard propellers needed 100 seconds to pull 118 skiers (124 attempted the start, 114 skiers finished the run). When you visit Tasmania (Australia), make sure you go for a tour on World Heritage Cruises' Eagle. This record eclipses our 114 skier record set in 2010 and the Cairns Powerboat Club 100 Skier Record set in 1986.
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