This is a colorized clip from France circa 1923 featuring some gentlemen participating in cycle-skating. Cycle-skates each had one giant wheel on the inside of the foot so you could roll around doing donuts to impress the ladies at the park. And you know how I feel about impressing the
This is a video of a man attempting a feat of strength and dexterity by performing some sort of handstand on the handle of a shopping cart in the middle of a Walmart. It looks like it’s going to be pretty amazing until it doesn’t. Hey — it happens. If
Built by mountain biker and experimental bike maker Sam Pilgrim (previously), this is a video of a side-by-side tandem mountain bike where both riders get a pair of pedals and handlebars, but only the right-hand rider can steer and use the brakes. Obviously, if you’re a control freak, you’ll want
Because you don’t know until you try (and even after you’re usually left unsure), this is a video of Youtuber The Q building a pair of rollerblades that each have a large bike wheel attached. It looks like a wheelchair with no seat. That’s…something. Something you’ll see me riding at
This is a video of mountain biker WolfPack Adventures providing a high speed tour of the Green Hill Bike Park in Schmallenberg, Germany. The rider says it’s the most unique bike park he’s ever ridden, and it shows — those trails are wild. And in the heavy fog it looks
This is a video of a man performing 27 flips down a sand dune in 25 seconds. That is a lot of flips. I would have definitely puked afterwards. Or, much more likely, somewhere in the middle. And that’s assuming I don’t sprain my ankle on the very first flip.
This is a compilation video of cats working out. Or, in some cases, at least looking like they’re exercising. My cats? My cats don’t ever look like they’re exercising, except EXERCISING MY LAST NERVE. Just kidding, they’re perfect in every way. Except for the turds in the bathtub this morning.
Tired of sitting in traffic wasting time with nothing else to do (I typically exercise my vocal muscles yelling at other drivers), unorthodox maker of things Handy Geng converted a minivan into a mobile gym, with each seat designed as a different workout station. Plus the energy they generate working