25 Responses to “Insane Russian ATV Icebreaker Fail”

  1. scott goodson

    Fail? In what way? I have seen a few videos of this little beast. I assume it completely floats in water. Seems like you would have to do a lot wrong to get one stuck. Flipping over sideways would be the only possibility of a "fail" since it has a short wheelbase. If I had a spare $50K in my junk drawer, would be a fun toy.

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  2. Cody Irvine

    fail my ass this is badass if it was road legal I'd have it as my daily driver for sure just really would sux buying tires an probably not that great on gas but be a great run to town an get groceries especially in the winter the snow plows would be behind you In this beast

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  3. Oliver Lorenzo

    How did it fail? This seems to be the predecessor of the SHERP ATV. This isn't an ice breaker either. Its supposed to pass by any terrain including thin ice, it just so happens the ice breaks because of the vehicle's weight. But that isn't a big deal coz it can float on water anyway.

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  4. Lithuanian GLOCK31_NH420

    and those english dudes spent milliins trying to build this screw auger vehicle to drive across the bearing straight… thing sucked.. they claimed it was the ultimate suv but really it couldent go anywhere but on water… and it broke too.. this machine would run circles around the english ultimate suv they called snow bird… fucking english clowns.. I think the russians have ice driving down to a science.. big wheels and horsepower.

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  5. Lithuanian GLOCK31_NH420

    and those english dudes spent milliins trying to build this screw auger vehicle to drive across the bearing straight… thing sucked.. they claimed it was the ultimate suv but really it couldent go anywhere but on water… and it broke too.. this machine would run circles around the english ultimate suv they called snow bird… fucking english clowns.. I think the russians have ice driving down to a science.. big wheels and horsepower.

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  6. Wejitu

    Fail?!! Like Fuck, it succeeded beyond what you made me expect. Wonderful machine. I will be dead and buried before I see something like this in Canada….unfortunately.

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