If you're after a Friday afternoon cycling video divergence, you've come to the right place.
We're off on a bit of a cross-continental road trip this afternoon though, visiting some mental Frenchies, a Kiwi who's clearly off his rocker, and an American whizzing round the city of New York.
Once we're over that, we head on up the Three Peaks Challenge with Scott, over to the Pale Mountains, then through an unidentified forest with tron-like lights.
A pretty savage crash, and a couple of cycling event edits follow, with Sir Brad Wiggins and a gaggle of kids rounding things off.
This is one you have to watch to believe.
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There's a 'story', there are incredible bike tricks, there's comedy, pantomime and all sorts. Perfect for a Friday afternoon.
The headline says it all here. Matt Reyes flies through the concrete jungle sort of riding his fixie.
We say sort of because it looks like he's paying far more attention to his pizza slice.
If you're unfamiliar - which we certainly were - with the Prime Minister of New Zealand and his popstar son, perpare to learn.
Max Key is a New Zealand heartthrob, while also being a DJ/music artist & son of John Key, the Prime Minister. Also he's not a fan of cyclists - it seems.
Here he is learing out of his window shouting at a couple of cyclists that "real men ride women."
Poor form. We bet his dad's embarrassed.
The Three Peak Challenge is notoriously tough.
Here Scott gives you a taste of what it's like.
From British mountains to European ones - it feels important that we make that distinction these days.
Check out the limestone peaks of the Pale Mountains - or Dolomites for the uninitiated - and get a taste of what the continent has to offer.
If you like Tron, you like bikes, and you like the woods. This one's for you.
Seriously though, this effect is beautifully executed by Mike Gamble Media and riders Nave Abrahama, Feliz Abraham, and Ruben Guibert.
Paying attention to the road conditions ahead of you is pretty vital if you're about to take your hands off the bars.
Let this be a lesson to you.
The "Bike Party of the Year" kicked off over in California earlier this month.
Grinduro is a festival of gravel, dust and road riding alongside a hefty dose of late night dancing.
Fancy it? We do.
Germany's biggest fixed-gear criterum also took place this month.
The 8bar crit takes place on an abandoned airport near Berlin and looks like ein shuppen load of fun.
Sir Brad signed out of competetive cycling on home soil with the Six-Day event in London.
During a celebration interview he popped his cork a little early.
Not one to let the moment get the better of him he proceeded to interrupt the interview by soaking the interviewer.
Finally, a bit of 'aww' to close off the video round-up.
Have a great weekend.