By Katie Fustich For Dailymail. Certainly not one group of rowdy adults who have become an overnight sensation online after video footage of them sliding down - and then flying right off - a DIY slip 'n slide racked up more than one million views on Instagram. Professional surfer Ian Walsh, 34, recently shared a series of videos to his account that reveal a DIY water slide in the middle of a secluded forest area in Hawaii, with a group of friends taking turns flying down the slippery slope and - more often than not - flying off course. Pro surfer Ian Walsh recently shared videos of an extreme homemade water slide in the Hawaiian forest. The slide, which ends in a shallow pool, sees most of its riders fly off and land in the nearby mud. The videos have already racked up millions of views, with commenters loving the adrenaline-filled action. Walsh's four different videos show different groups of friends taking their chances on the water slide. At first, it's a group of bikini-clad women careening down the slippery track. It's a domino effect as the squad starts flying off course and heading straight for the muddy pit next to the slope. Don't try this at home: Those using inflatable rafts seem to go even faster down the slippery slide.
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This is a modal window. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Digital Editorial Options Compare Packages. While this girl goes off a slip-n-slide jump at Coachella, she gets pulled extremely fast, enough so that when she hits the ramp, her bikini gets practically torn off. She then faceplants into the pool. Date Added: 17 Jun 13 E A.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Part of the fun of cyclocross is overcoming the conditions that Mother Nature throws at you. Bridgette Enarson and several other Naked teammates experienced a rare rainy Colorado day that made for an interesting race with new discoveries about necessary gear in sloppy conditions. Just a typical early cx morning- get up, get dressed, try to eat something even though nerves make it difficult and drive to the local cx race just as the sun was beginning to rise. The roads were damp from a little precipitation from the night before but nothing as treacherous as my Weather app predicted. The texts then started asking if anyone had Pam Cooking Spray for our pedals as the mud was thick and sticky. As I got close to the race venue, the rain was coming down consistently. It was wet and cold. Riders who were finishing their race had a good amount of mud on their bikes and bodies.