Dirt bikes are fun, and so is surfing. Put them together and you’re bound to have tons of thrills! That’s exactly what one dirt biker did. Read on to find out just how he did this, and ride the wave of math in dirt bike surfing.
One vegetable that isn’t so well-loved is the Brussels sprout. It’s a small, round, green veggie that tastes bitter to some folks, so it’s not so popular. That may be why one brave man chose it for a very muddy stunt. Read on to find out what this stunt was – and roll with the math!
It takes a lot of practice to learn how to jump rope. And it must take a lot more practice and training to teach 13 dogs how to do it – all at once! Read on to see how the math adds up in this paw-fect world record!
Normally we don’t think of snails as speedy. But at the World Snail Racing Championship, one snail has to be the fastest of them all! Read on to race your way through the slimy snail math.
We bet you’ve roller skated before, or have seen people roller skating. But have you ever skated under cars? Read on to find out about one boy who can do this, and skate through the math!
What’s one of your favorite things to do with over 60 other people? How about break a surfing world record? Read on to ride the wave of math in this crazy world record!
You can make anything into a sport – including egg throwing! Read on to see how a tradition in England that is hundreds of years old is still egg-citing to this day – and do the math on this eggs-ceptional sport.
Deer aren’t the best swimmers, but that didn’t stop this baby deer from having some fun in one family’s pool! Read on to cool off with the math in this fun-loving fawn’s pool adventure.
There are world records for everything. But what about the world’s smallest working bike? Read on to do the mini math on this teeny, 12-inch bike!
Riding a bike can be easy once you do it for a while. But it took one man 8 months to figure out how to ride a bike, even though he already knew how! Read on to find out what was so special about this bike – and pedal your way through the bicycle math.