Just when I thought people couldn't possibly be any dumber, someone goes and does something like this... and totally redeems themself!

If you haven't seen the 1994 movie, "Dumb and Dumber" starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels you have clearly been living under a rock, and I don't know if we can be friends until you've seen the movie. It's a classic and one of the most iconic comedies of all time. So let's just sum the movie up real fast (for those who need a refresher). A woman leaves a briefcase at the airport terminal, a dumb limo driver (played by Carrey) and his dumber friend (Daniels) set out on a hilarious cross-country road trip to Aspen to return it. Along the way, they ride from Nebraska to Aspen on a pull-start minibike.

Now that we are on the same page...

Two guys recently recreated that minibike ride from the movie and it was epic!

These guys, recreated the bike ride as faithfully as possible, from the bike itself to the costumes. They started in mid-April, in an attempt to match the weather in the movie. These guys are two people that I would get along with very well. They were completely dedicated to finding out what it would be like to make that road trip, on the minibike, with two grown men on board...and it did not disappoint.

In the end, they drove 382 miles over three days, rose 15,000 feet in elevation, went through two and a half rear tires, spent $22 on gas, and averaged 54 miles per gallon. Thankfully they documented the whole trip for our entertainment. You can check out their epic trip below!

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