Jay Leno’s Garage chats with Ronin Motorworks about the Ronin 47, the shop’s limited edition take on the Buell 1125 sportbike. Its front-mounted radiator is… unique, but that’s part of its appeal. Test ride at 13:05.
Samurai Guitarist proves his dexterity as he performs Bob Marley’s Three Little Birds on three ukuleles, a snare drum, tambourine, organ, bass and harmonica all at once. His five guitar rendition of Für Elise ain’t too shabby either.
Olivier Astrologo’s recap of his recent trip to Vietnam features the Southeast Asian country’s natural wonders, historical sites and the daily life in one of its cities. Shot with a Sony A7ii, 35mm & 55mm lenses and a handheld gimbal.
YouTuber Mix Minus strips the song from Kevin Bacon’s classic angry warehouse dance scene in Footloose. How the heck did he hear his car’s stereo all the way through anyway? At least Bret had a sax player with him.
Thanks to the wonders of physics, this guy is able to make a screwdriver float in mid-air with the help of compressed air, and a little phenomenon known as the Coandă effect, which allows an object to remain aloft in a diagonal stream of air.
(PG-13 Language) Irish rapper Kojaque trained extensively to be able to hold his breath and lip sync underwater to make the video for his track Midnight Flower. The dazed look on his face by the end says it all.
Despite being only 15 seconds long, this POV video of parkour acrobat Oleg Cricket running and jumping between ledges atop a hi-rise will have you sitting on the edge of your seat – because you probably wet your pants.
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight looks at parental leaves in the United States. Or the lack thereof: the US is one of only four countries in the world that don’t have paid leaves for employees to care for their newborn babies.
“I’d rather play outside… or maybe do homework more than this!”The Fine Bros. dust off another relic of the past, the primitive LCD handheld games from the 1990s. That Jurassic Park game proves that movie games have always sucked.
Set in the same universe as their Blood Drinker, Joe and Lloyd Stas’ lastest short film tells the tale of a man who decides to perform numerous felonies, but in the most harmless ways possible. Again, it’s clear these guys love Wes Anderson.
This ad from Norway’s Finn.no features a badass nature photographer as he heads out on safari to capture images of dangerous and elusive beasts. But all is not as it seems, and by the end the truth is revealed.
The hosts of Norwegian soccer show Golden Goal played the beautiful game with a hilarious twist. Everyone wore video headsets that showed only a top down view of the field. The result can only be described as zombie soccer. Skip to 1:50.
Mac Cauley’s virtual reality tribute to Vincent Van Gogh. The Night Café lets you explore a 3D version of the Dutch artist’s eponymous painting, populated by Van Gogh himself as well as his other works.
(PG-13) “This girl thinks she deserves to be on camera?! She’s not a 10!” The entire third episode of Inside Amy Schumer‘s latest season is a parody of 12 Angry Men. The jurors are deciding if Amy is hot enough to be on TV.
Howe & Howe made a custom version of its Ripsaw ATV for Mad Max: Fury Road. The vehicle will be made to look like a (very, very, very) heavily modified Chrysler Valiant Charger known as the Peacemaker.
Unlike his Heavy video, Joerg Sprave didn’t bother reenacting Team Fortress 2‘s Meet the Medic commercial to present his slingshot version of the syringe gun. It actually fires faster than its video game counterpart.
When Dave Meinert got his rescue dog Pegasus, he was told that she might not live long because of complications from the reckless breeding that sired her. So Dave decided to film her every day. This is what he’s recorded so far.