The term "all-terrain vehicle" is a bit of a misnomer, and would-be daredevil Jake Minden learned that the hard way recently.
Minden recently attempted to race his ATV up the side of Viagra Hill, a steep rock face near Disney, Oklahoma, in hopes of achieving a personal sense of accomplishment.
"I heard about this hill called Viagra," he said on a YouTube clip documenting the attempt. "No two-seat RZR XP 900 limited edition Orange Madness has ever made this thing. So guess what! I'm going to be the dumb redneck to do it."
Minden's quest almost turned him into a question mark.
As he accelerated up the rock face, he almost went vertical, spending about 30 feet of the wild ride on his back two tires.
Then gravity took over, causing the souped-up ATV to tumble and roll into a pool of water below.
Amazingly, Minden survived the crash, despite losing his helmet while driving and having only a flimsy safety cage for protection, the Mirror reported.
The same can't be said for his prized two-seat RZR XP 900 limited edition Orange Madness, which had substantial damage.
Minden's first complete sentence after the attempt and subsequent crash may or may not indicate his reaction to the wild ride.
"I don't really know what to do with my hands right now," he said on the video below (WARNING:graphic language).