Feb 132012

For an average bicyclists, there are few more tricks than riding with no hands. But  isn’t your average biker. He’s a pro who’s been riding his bike for over a year straight through the streets of Montreal. You could say he literally lives on his bike, doing crossword puzzles, ‘sleeping,’ and even washing his dishes, all while riding. 

He created this biking art piece titled THE MAN WHO LIVED ON HIS BIKE that has already been viewed over 180,000 times on YouTube and over 600,000 times on Vimeo, just this February. It is especially popular in Mongolia, Spain, Poland, and Canada. The video is featured on MetaFilter, LaughinSquidDiscovery, and TheAwesomer.


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Jan 242012

Most mountain bikers bike around the mountain, and not directly on the tip-top of it. But that’s for wimps.  shows how real tough guys mountain bike. On the literal top of the mountain. One mistake, and he would be in a lot of trouble. The video from the end of last December is really picking up now, and is featured on LaughingSquid and YouTubeTrends


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Jan 202012

 conducted a very unique experiment. They took a fully loaded bike, complete with basket, bells, light, and whistles, and chained it on a busy street in the SoHo neighborhood of Manhattan. Everyday for a year, they visited the bike and took one picture. Over time, the effects of the city are noticed. The video is featured on BlameItOnTheVoices


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Nov 292011

You’ve probably watched too many Fail videos to count, but how bout one with a combo breaker? This little dude jumps a small bike ramp with his friends egging him on, and when he lands on his face as expected, mom comes storming in out of left field. “But moooom, we didn’t get to laugh at Timmy…” That’s called a Fail Breaker!


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Nov 252011

This video has virally exploded in Great Britain, and is featured on Gizmodo and PetaPixelKaty Beveridge made amazing real time animation with the help from a video camera and spinning bike wheel. To the naked eye, the art on the wheel is just a blur, but when recorded, it becomes a beautiful moving art piece. 


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