Mac & Mac's pick: springtime and ice wheelies?

By WEEK Producer

March 20, 2013 Updated Mar 20, 2013 at 10:51 PM CDT

It is officially Spring, a time when a young man's fancy turns to thoughts of...motorcycles.

Some people anyway. We can think of one. That would be Trevor Thenell of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.

Trevor found the record for wheelying a motorcycle on ice was 108 miles an hour. Records are made to be broken. So, Trevor Thenell did a 1,200-foot wheelie on ice at 112 miles an hour.

To make it official and into the Guinness Book of World Records, the rules state you have to have two GPS units, one on the machine, one on the person, a radar gun at the end, a witness at the beginning of the wheelie and a witness at the end of the wheelie.

Spikes on the tires made the whole thing possible.