This particular video features Anderson in a Polaris RZR XP Turbo EPS, which in standard form features a 925-cc turbocharged two-cylinder engine making 168 horsepower. Anderson's is modified with different suspension, bigger velocity stacks, and 30-inch tires. All of these changes help him pilot his RZR over oodles of jumps, motocross-style "whoops," and even sliding down grind rails.
The most impressive stunts come toward the end, though. A "wall of death" was constructed for Anderson to drive up and around. For those unfamiliar, the "wall of death" is basically a giant barrel, and a vehicle can drive on it provided that it's going fast enough. Once he finishes with the wall, he departs through the bottom to head off to the grand finale: a backflip. Anderson cruises up a specially constructed ramp and does a full backflip that Mad Media says was 30 feet in the air. It's brilliantly fun to watch and has us wishing we had $25,000 to spend on an RZR XP Turbo.