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Matthias Dandois: The Flat Side of Things

French cyclist Matthias Dandois is a five time BMX flatlander champion. This Nov 2015 video, The Flat Side of Things 2, demonstrates the skills he's developed since he began practicing at age 12. What's flatland BMX? ...

Can you power your home with a bicycle?

Could you power your house with the energy that's created from pedaling a bicycle? First, let's find out how much energy a house uses and how much energy one bicycling person can store in a battery. Skunk Bear's A...

Bicycling egret kite

This bicycle-riding egret kite was debuted at Taiwan's Yilan International Children’s Folklore & Folkgames Festival in June 2016, a design by Taiwanese kite designer Feng Tsan Huang.

Danny MacAskill’s Wee Day Out

If anyone knows how to make the already beautiful countryside of Edinburgh, Scotland even more incredible, it's Scottish trials cyclist Danny MacAskill. Riding over hay bales and into puddles like no one else can, Mac...

Why do autumn leaves cause train delays? – Liz Bonnin

Why do 'leaves on the line' cause train delays, especially in autumn? The serious danger comes from a series of physics challenges: Leaves are sucked onto the tracks by the fast moving trains. The train wheels crush t...

Rachel Atherton’s downhill mountain biking victory at Vallnord

Attack the fast, twisty, often steep, jump-filled, rock and root riddled track at the 2015 UCI MTB World Championships in Vallnord, Andorra with British downhill mountain bike champion Rachel Atherton. Her World Champ...

Brandon Semenuk’s unReal mountain bike ride in one 3 minute shot

In one beautifully-produced, continuous shot, professional mountain biker Brandon Semenuk bombs a freshly built track down and around some magnificent hills in Cambria, California. Semenuk's jumps, flips, twists, turn...

Driving on Air – Inventor Raul Oaida and his LEGO car

From The Adaptors, Flora Lichtman talks with 21 year old Romanian inventor Raul Oaida, who has built a jet-engine bike, a tiny spaceship, and a 500,000 brick LEGO car that is powered by air. How does it work? "We h...

Boneshaker Big Wheel 2014: Penny-farthing + Strandbeest

In 2014, Jacksonville, Florida native Ron Schroer built an unusual wood vehicle called the Bone Shaker Big Wheel. It's part penny-farthing, part Theo Jansen Strandbeest. Watch him ride it at the One Spark crowdfunding...

Inside Brilliant Bicycle: The Wheel Factory

This charming promotional clip from inside the Brilliant Bicycle Co. wheel factory in Taichung, Taiwan shares just a glimpse of how they're putting together their bicycle wheels. We immediately wanted to know how the ...

Bicycle rush hour in Utrecht, the Netherlands’ fourth largest city

In the center of Utrecht, the fourth largest city in the Netherlands with a population of 330,772 in 2014, "up to 50% of all journeys take place in the saddle" for school, work, seeing friends, errands, shopping, or ...

A human-powered aircraft competition in Korea

How would you design a human-powered aircraft? Watch these teams compete to keep their pedal-powered vehicles aloft in an annual, crash-filled contest held at South Korea's Goheung Airlines Center. This 2013 video was...

Streets: New York City

Visit the fast-moving streets of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens in majestic slow motion -- from water balloon fights to pigeons taking flight to sunset skies between skyscrapers -- with Streets - New York City from Ti...

Father and Daughter by Michaël Dudok De Wit

Michaël Dudok De Wit’s Academy Award-winning short film about the strength of love and longing, despite the passage of time: Father and Daughter (2000). There are more dad-themed vids on this site. Updated video...

Renegades of Bike Culture or How Mountain Biking Was Invented

Renegades of Bike Culture, or How Mountain Biking Was Invented, from the University of California's Fig.1 series. In the 1970's, counter-culture types in the mountains north of San Francisco took to careening down ...

Havana Bikes: The resourceful bicycle culture of Havana, Cuba

In a country with economic constraints and limited resources, the bicycle culture of Havana, Cuba has both flourished for its alternative mode of transportation, and struggled as new bikes ...

Bill Nye Bikes the Distance Between Planets

Bill Nye the Science Guy bikes down a long road in wide open country to demonstrate a scale model of the solar system – a classic clip. Total distance of his ride to Pluto, back before Pluto ...

Evolution of the Bicycle

"From the wooden horse to the modern racer," this is the Evolution of the Bicycle by Visual Artwork. Music: Flying Home by The Benny Goodman Sextet.

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