VIDEO: Colten Moore Can Fly, And That's A Bad Thing

Colten Moore flew what amounted to about 120 feet. He started his flight on a snowmobile, which is somewhat safe and insane at the same time, but lost his sled in mid-flight. You know where this is going.

Moore was actually upside down -- perpendicular to the ground -- as he missed the grab on his sled, leading to a scary few moments. His recovery, however, was absolutely insane. Somehow, Moore was able to somewhat right himself in mid-air, avoiding a head-first dive into the hard-packed snow below him.

As bad as it looks, Moore actually walked away from this, thanks to a quick bit of body control.

"I ended up going a little too big, and I missed my grab ... and I tried flying," said Moore after the run. That's one way to put it.

Jumping snowmobiles 100-feet is nuts, y'all. Now consider that these guys are backflipping these snowmobiles, as well. Upside-down snowmobiles, 100-foot jumps and the potential that the giant machine may slip away.

Tune-in to the X Games if only for the insanity factor going on.

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