If you've never watched an entire 12-minute video and then said out loud, "What the f*!& did I just watch," I highly recommend you take this opportunity.
What's so alluring about this particular video? It's 12 minutes worth of mega trucks competing in a Bounty Hole mudding competition, only for a Sherp to complete the entire thing. Twice. If you've never heard of the infamously impossible Bounty Hole, you're in for a treat: This Trucks Gone Wild event is particularly in need of a shower.
Watch: Sherp vs. Mega Trucks Impossible Bounty Hole Competition
We wouldn't exactly call this competition fair. The Sherp ATV is an amphibious vehicle, so it certainly has an edge over the other awesome competitors' off-road super jeeps, DIY monster trucks, all-terrain vehicles, and pickup trucks. But, then again, it's not supposed to be fair.
In the video, you can watch BMWs, Toyotas, even Mustangs (and... I think a limo?) fail to complete the mud pit. Only for the Sherp to handily complete the mud pit, constructed at Al Benesocky's Filthy Red Neck Country Club, twice. Better luck next time, mega trucks.
This post was originally published on October 31, 2019.
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