Dose: Meet Austin Horse, the world's best bike messenger

Not only is Austin Horse fresh off his second victory at the Cycle Messenger World Championships, he's also neck-deep in diplomatic work providing bicycles to refugees in the Middle East through a program called Way of the Bike. Learn how a bike messenger went from delivering packages in NYC to changing the world one bike at a time on a brand new episode of Dose.

These Alpine Girls at the Bangkok Auto Show just murdered the art of choreography

OK, so I'm not saying that I can cut a rug or anything, but something tells me I could still handle some simple choreography better than these poor things, who were apparently hired to dance at Alpine's Bangkok Auto Show booth without anyone ever asking whether or not they knew how to dance. Some of the rhythmic decisions being made here are just downright baffling and the fact their dresses keep falling down (to say nothing of the dead-souled look in their eyes) only adds to the horror. You'll laugh, but trust us, you won't feel good about it.

Skater Dolan Stearns will melt your brain with this ridiculous fastplant

Dolan Stearns, the guy who makes skating in overalls look cool, is also a master of the fastplant in treacherous situations. Watch as he eventually nails this Magnified fastplant while down in Puerto Rico.

Kung-fu master monkey drop kicks kid in the face for flipping him off

Let's be honest, there's nothing more satisfying than watching some insolent teenager get put in their place, especially when said place-putting involves a drop kick to the face from a seriously pissed-off monkey. Mind your own business, respect your elders, and, most importantly, stopping flipping off monkeys, kid.

Skydiving, fire, and a whole lot of awesome

Well, here's one you probably haven't seen: Skydiving that begins with the jumper incinerating his canopy chute in mid-air. If jumping out of plane two miles above the GD earth just isn't enough to get that old adrenal gland going anymore, then this one is for you.

Campus security cops try to wrangle runaway golf cart, fail miserably

Is there anything funnier than officers failing set to the Benny Hill music? Of course there isn't.

Recently, campus security at Loyola University Chicago had to deal with a golf cart that had a cranked wheel and a brick on the gas pedal. Frankly, they had no idea what to do. And thankfully someone was filming it, and even more thankfully someone set it to the Benny Hill music. So enjoy both of those videos below.

Watch this '68 Mustang 'Bullitt' tribute blast sand in Dubai

It definitely feels strange to see this immaculate '68 Mustang tribute to Bullitt (one of the finest car chase films ever made, for what it's worth) ripping around the Dubai desert instead of the hills of San Fran, but that doesn't make it any less stunning. Check out a new episode of /Big Muscle above for a up-close-and-personal look at this truly iconic machine (pursuing black '68 Charger not included).

Freddie Gibbs's new music video gets all 'Fear Factor' with a tub full of snakes

If you're an ophidiophobe (one with an irrational fear of snakes), then maybe Freddie Gibbs's latest visual of "Pronto" isn't for you. If not, or if you just want to face your phobias (there's some half naked chicks in the tub too), then definitely make sure to check this one out and/or pick up a copy of Gibbs's new EP now.

Watch this diver get surrounded by an actual fishnado in the ocean

Diver William Mitchell gives you an intimate look at what it's like to be surrounded by a fishnado in Grand Cayman.

This supercut of all the driving scenes in Quentin Tarantino movies is stunning

Quentin Tarantino's driving scenes are some incredibly impactful moments within his infamous films. So here's an awesome mashup put together by Jacob T. Swinney from Tarantino's following films:

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Jackie Brown (1997)

Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)

Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)

Death Proof (2007)

Inglourious Basterds (2009)

Django Unchained (2012)