Hillclimb Drifting: What It Is, Why It Rules, And What It TakesRaphael Orlove11/27/13 1:00pmFiled to: Hoon of the dayHillclimb driftRyan TuerckDriftingHillclimbsHOTD353EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkGIF Sanctioned drifting in the US is held on racetracks and closed airport pavement. There's another way: hillclimb drifting, and it's everything you really want. Now it looks like Ryan Tuerck is going for it. As you can see in this video, venerable hoon Ryan Twerk is going tandem hillclimb drifting up Maryhill Loops Road, the private experimental road built in 1911 in Washington State to reach a utopian Quaker colony. Now the road is used for street luge, longboarding, and hillclimbs. It's been drifted before, I should say, in the Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle 2ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.