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1 Feb, 2016 21:08

You thought New York snowboarding was cool? Here’s how Russians do cool (VIDEO)

You thought New York snowboarding was cool? Here’s how Russians do cool (VIDEO)

With heavy snowfalls not exactly a big deal in the Moscow region and forcing no lockdowns, Russian extreme sport lovers have to find other hardcore ways to set their pulse racing – like a military vehicle…

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My friends and I decided we’re done with our office routine and office deadlines and arranged a snowboard ride with an infantry fighting vehicle [IFV],” blogger Pavel Makarov, who organized the event, told RT’s Ruptly news agency.

Pavel and his mates, dressed in office suits, needed just a bit of a warm-up. Hiring a military vehicle didn’t turn out to be a problem. There is a private company that has an IFV to rent out for special events – yes, you can do that in Russia too!

The office team went to a shooting range in the Moscow region, which came equipped with burning vehicles, “impassable roads and lots of dirt,” Pavel said. 

And while the snow-mixed-with-dirt daredevils were enjoying themselves being pulled by the IFV, the only unimpressed person seemed to be the guy atop the monster vehicle.

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