16 Snowmobile River Riding

Snowmobile River Riding

Posted on August 24, 2010 by team

A Swedish freestyle rider Daniel Bodin rode around Petropavlovskaya fortress on snowmobile.

A sportsman decided not to wait for winter.

Daniel is training on the lake near St. Petersburg.

When you ride on water, the carrier is “flying” and only the track is touching the water surface. At that you shouldn’t release gas.


But the main ride was made smoothly. He started from Strelka, rode around Zayachy island and moored at the beach of Petropavlovka. It took less than 5 minutes.

The distance made 3700m


Warning: Daniel Bodin is a high-skilled professional! His safety was provided by 2 dozens of people. Don’t try to do the stunt!

The speed of the ride – 50-60km/h


via ivan.spox.ru

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16 Responses to “Snowmobile River Riding”

  1. Testicules says:

    They have rednecks in Russia?

  2. JZ says:

    While doing this stunt, better not release the gas :)

  3. Wraith says:

    You have to remember that snowmobiles don’t float. It is the speed that stops them from sinking. Stop, or ease the throttle too much, and you have a very expensive rock.

  4. RandomJoe says:

    I would not be surprised if we saw this man and stunt over in the States as a Red Bull commercial.

  5. V_Power says:

    I did it twice and drowned

  6. Sense sir me says:

    No Sea-doos in Russia?

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