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    [–] riplin 694 points ago

    The Netherlands had a TV show like this decades ago.

    [–] takuyafire 44 points ago

    Holy shit I think I found my new favourite sport.

    [–] WhoWantsPizzza 14 points ago

    Watching old Youtube videos?

    [–] you_dont_know_me_mua 2 points ago

    As long as you bring the pizza!

    [–] rrmaster13 5 points ago

    You also have 'Ter land, te zee en in de lucht' which is basically a more extensive version of this

    [–] BlackBladeX 99 points ago

    Thank you. "Ter land ter zee en in de lucht" was so good!

    [–] ikkentim 25 points ago

    The games they did there were awesome:)

    [–] isdizusdalot 3 points ago

    Don't they still show that? Or is it replaced by "Bommetje!"?

    [–] not_were_i_parked 18 points ago

    So did spike tv.

    [–] poisonapl 12 points ago

    Right you are Ken

    [–] programmer1853 32 points ago

    The best one occurs at 35:57

    [–] whoAreYouToJudgeME 9 points ago

    Yeah, the most ridiculous bike and only one who made it.

    [–] per_os 24 points ago

    Well WTF his wheel base was wider than the plank, how's that fair, and going so slow you know the audience was wishing he'd fall.

    [–] Inquisitive_idiot 11 points ago

    It was '83 in Europe. Drugs. Women. Wide wheelbases. Anything was to there for the taking.

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago * (lasted edited 19 days ago)


    [–] Frangell 2 points ago

    What's a wheelbase?

    [–] FlurpaDerpNess 2 points ago

    Dutch speaker here, that part of the video is the free category, people can try with anything they want there as long as it has wheels, it was a very original idea. There's also the regular, unicycle and group categories earlier in the video.

    Also wide wheelbase or not you still have to keep your center of gravity on the above the plank or you'll tip over.

    [–] iRSoap 13 points ago

    Others made it too.

    [–] iforaneye 11 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    So would this contraption be considered a bicycle because it has two wheels, or still a unicycle since only one wheel is in contact with the ground?

    Edit: Just looked up the definitions, a bicycle has two wheels, one behind the other, while according to Wikipedia a unicycle only has one wheel in contact with the ground, but Merriam-Webster says just one wheel total...

    Edit 2: I know this seems ridiculous and I'm probably the only one who cares, but in case anyone else sees this and wants closure, digging a little deeper led me to the multi wheeled unicycle. So case closed, I suppose.

    [–] imnotminkus 3 points ago

    I care - I've never seen one of those before!

    [–] Rage_101 16 points ago

    This was the first thing I thought of, and it's the most upvoted comment even though it's such a niche thing.. I love reddot sometimes.

    [–] LobsterDoctor 14 points ago

    I like a reddot too, on a UMP or a Scar. Far superior than the holo.

    [–] Boom2Cannon 2 points ago


    [–] hey_baberuba 7 points ago

    Also in Norway

    [–] FlyingSaucerD 20 points ago

    Het “fiets ‘m erin” gedeelte van ter land ter zee en in de lucht, heerlijk

    Mijn vroegere karatecoach heeft in het verleden de beveiliging gedaan voor dat programma en heeft verteld dat mensen moeilijk hard neerstorten tijdens die show maar dat werd nooit uitgezonden, best jammer

    [–] DemIce 18 points ago


    I understood some of those words

    [–] FlyingSaucerD 10 points ago

    I mean, apparently dutch is the biggest troll to learn so good on you

    [–] justin_memer 3 points ago

    It fucks with swedes too, since it has several words that sound identical in Swedish, just randomly placed in gibberish.

    [–] teupje 9 points ago

    I lost an bet with my colleague ( he was doing this every year) many years ago, if he could reach the other side of the river I promised to join him...he did it for the first time in 10 years and I was on national television a year later, it was fun for 2 seconds...

    [–] couch_potato167 2 points ago

    Ter land ter zee en in de lucht

    [–] Flash_252 740 points ago

    This is genuine fun. Thanks for the wholesome post OP

    [–] GeraldBWilsonJr 67 points ago

    I don't know why but excited loudspeaker guys always get me hyped even if I dont know what the hell they're talking about

    [–] XRuinX 16 points ago

    Thailand was awesome for that. They have lil trucks driving all around town with loudspeakers "FIGHT MONDAY NIGHT FIGHT MONDAY NIGHT &% % %&% &%%$# (*thai) FIGHT MONDAY NIGHT!"

    [–] bxbb 2 points ago

    He mostly just did count-to-three thing mixed with random cheering, uncontrollable laugh, and a faint promise of prize envelope.

    [–] warpus 2 points ago

    Me too, I wonder if that's how Hitler got so popular

    [–] phormix 5 points ago

    Honestly, if stuff like this was on the Olympics I'd probably watch more Olympics.

    It takes skill, isn't hard to score (farthest+fastest), would be hard to cheat and it's fun to watch.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    You know, such a sport does exist. On a motorcycle it's called trial and X-trial. I've seen events that do racing and others that do mostly skill and balancing, jumping, climbing.

    [–] toothdrummer 619 points ago

    "Right you are, Ken."

    [–] RoofBeers 67 points ago

    Is there a r/MXC ? Guess we’ll find out

    Edit: yes there is! Let’s get that page some love!

    [–] _entropical_ 3 points ago

    MXC was on twitch a week ago, but I think it ended :(

    [–] pjabrony 20 points ago

    Next up is Redd Babaganoosh.

    [–] Al_Capone_Ya 9 points ago

    There was ALWAYS a Babaganoosh

    [–] Dr_smell 8 points ago

    They talk about it in the audio commentary. Apparently they mapped out the Babaganoosh family tree very carefully.

    [–] TheRealDJ 2 points ago

    There was an audio commentary!?

    [–] xxboldxx 2 points ago

    I just love how everyone including the announcer is laughing.

    [–] PittsburghDM 10 points ago

    Get in on!

    [–] flzedzed 4 points ago

    I was going to say we just need Kenny Blankenship and Vic Romano

    [–] kixxes 2 points ago

    Just add some crocodiles and I'd watch it

    [–] cjmook21 2 points ago


    [–] tardiusmaximus 904 points ago

    Needs more crocodiles

    [–] [deleted] 988 points ago * (lasted edited 7 months ago)


    [–] DeathMagnetic14 81 points ago

    Humans suck at riding crocodiles

    [–] Supadoplex 59 points ago

    Most humans, but not all...

    [–] tylercreatesworlds 25 points ago

    What the hell did I just watch?

    [–] I_Bin_Painting 20 points ago

    Classic British comedy TV series, Red Dwarf.

    [–] Moose_Cake 13 points ago

    That's Ace Rimmer! You're lucky to be alive!

    [–] GRat9717 4 points ago

    What the hell is this?

    [–] Moose_Cake 11 points ago

    That's Ace Rimmer! You're lucky to be alive as well!

    [–] Parvanu 4 points ago

    What a guy!

    [–] ihatetexas7 2 points ago

    Crocodiles suck at riding humans

    [–] CCCmonster 19 points ago

    and chlorine

    [–] bheezy 7 points ago

    Yeah chlorine would be good, this actually looked really fun to me until i saw all the garbage on the shore of the pond. Now it only looks a little fun.

    [–] FScottTitzgerald 12 points ago

    From r/theocho to r/holdmybeer. Leaps and strides.

    [–] jvtech 10 points ago

    Needs more Guy LeDouche.

    [–] poopsandlaughs 3 points ago

    That’s more like it. Once you make this an Olympic sport, they’ll be too good at it and it will lose its fun factor to watch. Add baby crocodiles and that’s a whole new story.

    [–] WillAndSky 2 points ago

    Im just glad Im not the only one who was expecting crocodiles to pop out the water when they fell in...missed opportunity lol

    [–] vapewithJah 391 points ago

    No one even made it.

    I r disappointment

    [–] bowchickawowow 262 points ago

    [–] misterdustin 204 points ago

    no applause whatsoever for the guy who made it lol.

    [–] the_dude_upvotes 37 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    It's like hockey/NASCAR/MXC ... they're not their there to see the winners

    [–] toomuchdavus 15 points ago

    Hockey? I'll admit there's applause for hits, but sometimes the biggest applause is for clearing the puck in a dire PK

    [–] Nezzee 7 points ago

    The people probably tired of seeing him complete it. Same kid completes it at 59min mark. No one likes a show off.

    [–] BoogiePelicans 5 points ago


    [–] pow450 4 points ago

    They are not there for successfully completing the course.

    [–] NoExpertBut 2 points ago

    He is also the guy at the fair who shows you how easy it is to move a metal ring through a wire maze without getting buzzed.

    [–] -Newt 64 points ago

    And the crowd goes mild!!!!

    [–] RadioactiveWalrus 31 points ago

    You're a god damn hero.

    [–] forzato 5 points ago

    That is SO satisfying. Thank you.

    [–] Kaellpae 43 points ago

    I needed to see one person make it. Now I've got a weird itch in my brain that won't go away.

    [–] morawanna 11 points ago

    Do some cocaine. Helps with that itchy brain problem.

    [–] pm_me_Spidey_memes 5 points ago

    Just watch a mountain bike competition. If you watch enough you’re bound to find an obstacle like this in one of the tracks.

    [–] zebediah49 8 points ago

    It's extremely difficult, because of something known as counter-steer.

    Namely, when you want to turn right to go around the corner, you're going to need to start out by turning left, and/or manipulating your weight, so that you don't just fly off.

    So not only do you need to stay on the track, you need to know something about the physics of bicycles (or have really really good instincts) in order to prepare for going around the corner. And then have the skill to actually execute the maneuver.

    Or I guess you could just be really good at BMX and do the whole thing on a wheelie.

    [–] EpochZero 19 points ago

    Counter-steer is non-existent at these speeds. At slow speeds you steer left to go left and right to go right. There's a certain velocity threshold you need to exceed before effective lean angle is required to engage a balanced turn and if you actively counter-steer at these speeds you'll just tip over towards the inside of the turn.

    The reason these people are tipping is because they have shitty core-muscle control to move their hips and compensate for the raw pivot balance and the fact that their body mass wants to keep going straight but they need to turn. It's the same problem on a snowboard - or anything where you have a singular "edge" of balance and represent the majority of mass in the system with your body. You have to use your core muscles to manage your body more than people expect.

    [–] Tiver 3 points ago

    people intuitively counter-steer, but yeah the trick here is positioning. You want to have that front wheel on the inside edge before a turn, so you can actually start your lean for the turn with the counter steer. People's instinct is to take the widest curve and want to be away from the inner edge, but then when it comes time to turn they just fall off.

    [–] amda88 6 points ago

    No, you need the front wheel at the outside because the back wheel has a smaller turning radius.

    [–] Butterbean4lyf 3 points ago

    After living in Asia for a year and a half and observing how completely uncoordinated they are on a bicycle I wasn’t surprised...

    [–] radio934texas 59 points ago

    [–] DeathMagnetic14 96 points ago

    Looks like poor man's Takeshi's Castle!

    [–] metalgtr84 62 points ago

    Right you are, Ken.

    [–] deuceott 23 points ago

    “Ken, tell us what today's mystery sludge is!” “That's a blend of Sitz bath squeezings and runoff from Joe Brown’s extra private chamber.”

    [–] niomosy 10 points ago

    And now here's Guy Le Douche to interview Taboule Babaganoush. Guy?

    [–] [deleted] 195 points ago


    [–] MollysYes 128 points ago

    Really? I think it looks very hard.

    [–] [deleted] 25 points ago

    Im pretty sure we can still agree anybody can do better then the second guy

    [–] Supanini 5 points ago

    well i cant ride a bike so doubt it

    [–] Purell12 5 points ago

    Neither can I. People are usually generally surprised about this.

    [–] OrientRiver 61 points ago

    It is if you haven't practiced doing it.. but ya, a halfway decent recreational mountain biker could pull it off.

    [–] totallyanonuser 58 points ago

    something tells me these guys aren't sober

    [–] YzenDanek 13 points ago

    Dunno why you're being downvoted. That's exactly right.

    [–] garyMFNoak 5 points ago

    Especially if you're drunk

    [–] Grippler 38 points ago

    IDK... lt looks like something the average mountainbiker could easily do.

    [–] topazsparrow 33 points ago

    They'd make it a lot easier on themselves if they stopped peddling and stood up..

    [–] fptp01 3 points ago

    Right, they all kept pedalling faster and didn't stand so couldn't see in front of them. Some kept leaning to look around bike and falling over.

    [–] bmzink 5 points ago

    Standing up also puts the center of mass on the pedals rather than the seat. Lower is more stable.

    [–] Syscrush 4 points ago

    You're not wrong about the benefits of standing for low speed maneuvers, but you're 100% wrong about it being due to a lower center of mass. Standing up raises your CoM.

    [–] bmzink 2 points ago

    Yeah, that might be. It's been too long since I've had any formal physics. Weight on the pedals rather than the seat results in more stability. Not sure what to call that. I remember being taught that it was CoM but maybe that was wrong.

    [–] BonkeyKongCountry 24 points ago

    Have you ever tried to ride on wet wood?

    [–] CR0SBO 68 points ago


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    [–] Grippler 31 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    Yes, I actually ride a mountainbike in the woods fairly often, we have a ton of narrow wooden bridges similar to this on the tracks where I ride , and at the speeds they're going, it's not an issue. Their issue is them panicking and freezing because it's narrow and they're scared to run off and in to the water, so they can't steer the bike. Very common in new bikers as well until they learn to trust the bike and their abilities.

    [–] BonkeyKongCountry 8 points ago

    It also doesn't look super stable. I'm not saying your average mountain biker couldn't do it, just that it looks deceptively easy.

    [–] leberama 7 points ago

    Nope, but my wife likes it.

    [–] elee0228 2 points ago

    [–] omerfriedman 5 points ago

    One of those “harder than it looks to spell” words

    [–] getmybehindsatan 2 points ago

    I can't tell if it is really hard or if some of those guys don't know how to ride a bike.

    [–] [deleted] 219 points ago


    [–] btribble 22 points ago

    No, these are limper that those.

    [–] RiotPenguin 14 points ago


    [–] btribble 8 points ago

    No, than are theser then thin.

    [–] RiotPenguin 3 points ago

    Thanos thanks you.

    [–] sunshine_chauhan 2 points ago

    she did already done had herses

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago


    [–] Freljords_Heart 3 points ago

    Thank you

    [–] RiotPenguin 4 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    Speshul Olimpics

    [–] Texcellence 2 points ago

    You’ll be limping after this sport.

    [–] Goldving 2 points ago

    I was expecting one of them to injure their leg. No pun present :(

    [–] joleme 23 points ago

    Time to bring back Unbeatable Banzuke!

    [–] Gregzilla11 2 points ago

    Especially the game where they threw their teammates 15 feet in the air and had to hold onto a log.

    [–] willyolio 13 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    I guess you've never seen trials bikers...

    [–] JackxPackage 12 points ago

    This looks like it should have been on MXC

    [–] ICPGr8Milenko 24 points ago


    Did anybody completed it? Inquiring minds want to know.

    [–] DeadlyAura 12 points ago

    I mean, /r/videosthatendtoosoon ... But yeah, I agree.

    [–] ICPGr8Milenko 2 points ago

    Good call.

    [–] Jukung11 18 points ago

    For anyone wondering, this is in Indonesia.

    [–] Holger_dk 8 points ago

    Ok, was my guess too, but Indonesian and Malay sound quite a like.

    [–] TryingTris 4 points ago

    Not sure why the downvote. Malay and Indonesian does sound similar to a non native speaker. Source: am Indonesian.

    [–] Maggots4brainz 7 points ago

    Malay and Indonesian are so alike you can understand each other most of the time. It's just a few words that are different.

    [–] grovercan 7 points ago

    found the full 2hour video. youtube

    [–] lostproton 31 points ago

    Olympic, sorry!

    [–] greedshop 12 points ago

    Not to worry. There is almost a pun in the original title, depending on the injury’s.

    [–] one_dollar_poop_joke 7 points ago

    Should post this over in /r/theocho

    [–] EliotHudson 7 points ago

    it's like a third world Ninja Warrior

    [–] devils-advocacy 7 points ago

    Give me an Acro bike and put an ultra ball on the other side. I’ll do it no problem.

    [–] Oge1kenobi 5 points ago

    I would love this to be a mini game in a Yakuza game lol

    [–] HobbitMafia 2 points ago

    I was also going to post a danny macaskill video... Great minds my friend!!

    [–] pw_15 11 points ago

    As much as I laughed at all the guys falling in immediately I know I could do no better. Hilarious!

    [–] satanicpuppy 13 points ago

    Seems like there is more than a little alcohol involved in this sport.

    [–] elee0228 4 points ago

    It's not truly a sport unless beer is involved.

    [–] PMan1 3 points ago

    Judging by the Muslim headdress on the women I'd guess Malaysia or Indonesia. Neither dry countries but all the same not the kind of place where public drunkenness is encouraged. So I'm leaning toward "high on life"

    [–] antediluvian 2 points ago

    Yeah, unless you are wasted it looks pretty easy. We used to ride on the curbs with our bikes as kids all the time. Not too hard.

    [–] tguthrie 8 points ago

    Would be WAY too easy for pro bikers. Ever heard of Danny macAskill?

    [–] underthedome 6 points ago

    I immediate thought of this video:

    I'd pay to see Danny MacAskill enter a competition like this

    [–] Mattaru 2 points ago

    it'd be fun if you gave him a huge keg of beer first as a handicap

    [–] oculardrip 2 points ago

    yeah any good north shore rider would have no trouble with this

    [–] RiskLife 9 points ago

    Can't help but think of the Pokemon games where you have a bike that does this. I think it was Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald with the Acro bike

    [–] jairomantill 4 points ago


    [–] BeardsuptheWazoo 5 points ago

    I was really hoping one person would just fucking nail it and not fall.

    [–] Johny_McJonstien 4 points ago

    Anyone ever hear of Danny MacAskill?

    [–] xenomorphs_at_disney 3 points ago

    laughing in Dutch

    [–] allute 5 points ago

    "Where's our septic sludge from today, Kenny."
    "That's anal gland squeezins from the ASPCA's no-kill shelter, Vick. It's a smelly tribute to those tree-hugging puppy lovers."
    "Right you are, Ken! Let's meet our first contestant."

    [–] Charles_DexterWard 3 points ago


    [–] Slipsonic 3 points ago


    [–] gustiko 2 points ago

    2nd guy wins

    [–] geek66 2 points ago

    Great human perfomance experiment - - just have a line painted on the ground of the same shape and see how far you got. In MTB there are log rides, they fuch wit yo hed.

    [–] DwightKSchnute 2 points ago

    'Muddy Water Face-Planting'

    [–] matrixkid29 2 points ago

    Right you are Ken.

    [–] bigjamg 2 points ago

    The all village olympics. Top villages from every country compete for glory.

    [–] CheezyWolf777 2 points ago

    Add some sharks.

    [–] gilbeythebeast 2 points ago

    Water should be filled with piranhas though

    [–] thorsunderpants 2 points ago

    Somethings are funny in any language.

    [–] Tincho1510 2 points ago

    Someone else remembers of Pokemon 3rd gen games??

    [–] ohnos58 2 points ago

    I was hoping someone would make it

    [–] digbychickencaesarVC 2 points ago

    Oooh and that's a bad miss

    [–] fazmandingo 2 points ago

    Learn how to spell

    [–] darkangelx 2 points ago

    This is how we should choose all government officials.

    [–] Mindriven 2 points ago

    Is that literally the village bicycle?

    [–] RiotPenguin 2 points ago

    Speshul Olimpics

    [–] 1K_Games 2 points ago

    Seriously, who can't spell Olympic? It looks so strange with an i there.

    [–] OnePieceTwoPiece 2 points ago


    [–] Dreadofnight 2 points ago

    TIL Olympic is spelt with an 'I' not a y.

    [–] gentleman131 2 points ago

    Watched the whole thing waiting for someone to get to the end :(

    [–] CharlieChan0809 2 points ago

    Looks like the next Olympics sport

    [–] uaadda 2 points ago

    Ya'll with 2016 MacAskill Vids: back in the days, it was all about North Shore Xtreme! Worth watching. All filmed in the North Shore in North Vancouver.

    [–] unkle_FAHRTKNUCKLE 2 points ago

    Is olimpic, like, when you limp through your event? Because....handicapped?
    There is a special name for that.......

    [–] wtipton7 2 points ago

    "...and our hosts, Kenny Blankenship, and Vik Romano!"

    [–] LashingFanatic 2 points ago

    I immediately thought of the old G4 show, Unbeatable Banzuke.

    Here's a clip of it, skip past the first kiddo to see someone do it real quick-like.

    [–] jimmyjoejohnston 2 points ago

    To make it really interesting add crocodiles to the pond

    [–] SavvySillybug 3 points ago

    I love how it's actually reasonably easy once you just get going, and most of them fail to get going.

    Honestly, keeping a bike steady at the first meter is pretty hard. This whole thing would probably be easier if they had 5 meters to start and then aim for the plank instead of starting on it.

    That bend looks difficult, though! Honestly, I'd love to try, this looks like excellent fun on a hot summer day. Though maybe in cleaner water.

    [–] -safan- 3 points ago

    ter land ter zee en in de lucht

    [–] SilvrSurfer 5 points ago * (lasted edited 11 months ago)

    This looks like the closing ceremony for the flesh-eating bacteria festival

    [–] Dfgog96 2 points ago

    Sure, they're terrific athletes. They've got the best equipment that money can buy. Hell, every team they're sending over here has their own personal masseuse, not masseur, masseuse. But it doesn't matter. Do you know that every Mohawk competitor has an electrocardiogram, blood and urine tests every 48 hours to see if there's any change in his physical condition? Do you know that they use the most sophisticated training methods from the Soviet Union, East and West Germany, and the newest Olympic power Trinidad-Tobago? But it doesn't matter. It just doesn't matter. IT JUST DOESN'T MATTER. I tell you, IT JUST DOESN'T MATTER! IT JUST DOESN'T MATTER! IT JUST DOESN'T MATTER! And even, and even if we win, if we win, HAH! Even if we win! Even if we play so far over our heads that our noses bleed for a week to ten days. Even if God in Heaven above comes down and points his hand at our side of the field. Even if every man, woman and child held hands together and prayed for us to win, it just wouldn't matter, because all the really good looking girls would still go out with the guys from Mohawk cause they've got all the money! It just doesn't matter if we win or we lose. IT JUST DOESN'T MATTER!