A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about a guy who to me is a modern-day Canadian hero (and possibly the guy who represents Peak Canadian Redneck), Larry Enticer.
He’s just a regular everyday Joe who likes to ride around on his 1979 Yamaha Enticer 340 and do crazy, death-defying stunts. The thing is, with his chosen mode of transport, he’s kinda limited to pulling off his stunts when there’s snow on the ground. If you’re anything like me, you probably wonder what he’s done all summer. Even though this hasn’t been much of a summer as far as hot sunny days are concerned, we have yet to see any snow in Ontario (though the same cannot be said for Newfoundland and Labrador). What’s a daredevil to do?
I mean, he’s gone out in low-snow conditions before…
He’s certainly not going to let it stand between him and some fresh brewskies. There was still a little bit of snow on the ground, which I’m sure made it easier to get around without scraping that machine’s skis all to hell and marking up the pavement… But as this video he uploaded a couple weeks ago shows, no snow, no problem. He’s still gonna send it!
If you’ve ever been curious about how old Larry Enticer is or what his story is, his interview with Daniel Tosh of Tosh.0 might shed some light on that for you:
If you want to see more of Larry’s antics, give this YouTube playlist a watch…