It's hard to say what's most incredible about this post. Is it that somebody made a hand-sized bike strong enough to actually transport a full-grown human, or is it the fact that somebody actually managed to ride the thing? Regardless, here it is -- a full-sized man riding a tiny, tiny bicycle.
As Pee-wee Herman can attest, having your bike stolen is very unpleasant indeed. The same was true of Matt O’Rourke, a man who had his prized ride stolen. Luckily, thanks to the intervention of some concerned citizens (including Pee-wee himself), the story has a happy ending.
One man risks serious injury to his groin and other delicate areas by jumping over a speeding minibike heading straight toward him. Perhaps the most notable thing about the video, however, is how silly his accomplice looks driving around on the tiny two-wheeler. Watch a potentially dangerous minibike stunt below.
Always wear a helmet when riding a bicycle -- you never know what accident might befall you. A car could run a stop sign, a pothole could appear seemingly from nowhere, or a charging antelope might run you over.
Everybody in China rides bicycles. True, they've been warming up to cars in recent years, but you'll still find far more two-wheelers there than in the US. Decades of relying on bikes has made the Chinese expert cyclists to the point where some can ride on just one wheel. "Do you mean a unicycle?" No, we don't mean a unicycle. Not exactly.
Tricycle racing is the most fun you can have on three wheels. It's also an easy way to ruin a perfectly good pair of shoes. Filmed in Powder Mountain, Utah by Devin Graham (the same guy who brought the internet the human slingshot), the custom-modified tricycles in this video were equiped with speedometers that recorded the trikes reaching speeds of up to 55 miles per hour.
When it comes to traditional forms of bike racing, staying on the bike is rule number one. With Cyclocross on the other hand, dismounting and dodging obstacles is par for the course. While we're sure Cyclocross is tons of fun, from the looks of this video, it can also be pretty painful if, like Joey, you don't see an upcoming hurdle and take a spill on the track.
Don't worry though, Joey was compl