I’m experiencing some technical difficulties with the site today, so I hope I can at least get this on the online for your viewing pleasure.
I feel like I’ve been a little controversial lately and I have some product reviews in the works, so in the meantime, some fun and games.
The Japanese are a curious combination of being incredibly reverent, intelligent, proper, polite, and reserved, yet after hours they can really get stuck into some really bizarre stuff. There are about a million game shows that put the contestants through the most outrageous challenges, but that’s why we love them. This is one of the tame ones.
Riding a bike in a straight line isn’t all that outrageous, but maybe that’s because I’ve been doing it for a while. Maybe it’s also because of what’s on either side of that straight line. Remember, look where you want to go, not where you don’t…
From getting a mouth full of water to winning a stage of a race you didn’t even know you were entered in, we go to the brilliant parody of the Tour de France by Remi Gaillard, which everyone on earth has seen by now. Stunning.
I can’t be certain which one came first, but I’m pretty sure that this effort from the French-Canadian crew from Just for Laughs got there first.
Remember Big Wheels? This is a bit cooler.
And, because things are better when they’re uncomfortably tall, there’s this:
Hopefully my website issues are sorted by tomorrow and I can get back to airing out cycling’s dirty laundry as I see it.
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