Starting with an eerily terrifying cyclist-on-kangaroo-horde stare down, and finishing with a bloke cycling face first off a dam and into a reservoir, this video round-up's got a lot going for it.
After you've been thoroughly spooked by the mental marsupials, we've got a tank interfering with a professional cycling race, and one of the crazier urban backflips we've seen.
Following those there's a prank involving an unsuspecting cyclist and a $100 bill, one of the worst examples of foul-mouthed road rage we've seen directed at a mother and her two children, and a really distracting head mounted cycling computer.
So, without further ado, here are some creepy kangas.
Our resident kangaroo expert here at road.cc suggests that these are a gang of Australian Eastern Grey kangaroos, which can weigh up to 66kg and can travel up to 40mph.
In that knowledge, we're not surprised the cyclist was a little freaked out.
Half way through last month's Arctic Race of Norway the cyclists were joined by a somewhat threatening vehicle.
We can't imagine cycling in such close proximity to such a massively destructive vehicle, only protected by a thin strip of plastic and a helmet, is particularly conducive to a healthy riding style
For a moment let's pretend we're all on a website titled BMX.cc so we can enjoy this one to its fullest.
Zack Gerber is a renowned for his energy and distinctive laugh - you can see more of his stuff here.
No one likes to be embarrassed. This unsuspecting cyclist certainly doesn't.
The classic, fishing-line-attached-to-money pranks works like a charm here, as the cylcist throws himself to the floor in order to grab the money, only to be embarrassed before storming off in an expletive-heavy tantrum.
Talking about expletives, this is one of the worst examples of road rage swearing we've seen.
That rating isn't necessarily down to the words that have been used - and arguably the 'worst' swear word is used - but because of the recipient of the abuse.
As the video footage shows, this woman did in fact look behind her before pulling out - she could have perhaps had a longer second look - but nothing she did could excuse the driver's foul-mouthed abuse.
YouTube comments suggest that the woman is pursuing legal action, as the use of the 'c' word makes this a case for gender-based harassment.
We've heard talk over the last couple years about how hands-free, head mounted computers are going to revolutionise the world.
We've also heard plenty of talk about how distracting, and potentially dangerous, these devices will be for road users - especially vulnerable users like cyclists.
This demo right here, in our opinion, is a prime example of how distracting these sorts of devices could be.
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And finally, it seems that simply fixing a GoPro to your head is enough to make you do something a bit mad.
We wonder how many of us would consider riding face first into a reservoir though.
Elliot joined team road.cc bright eyed, bushy tailed, and straight out of university.
Raised in front of cathode ray tube screens bearing the images of Miguel Indurain and Lance Armstrong, Elliot's always had cycling in his veins.
His balance was found on a Y-framed mountain bike around South London suburbs in the 90s, while his first taste of freedom came when he claimed his father's Giant hybrid as his own at age 16.
When Elliot's not writing for road.cc about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.