In the past we've run videos on road.cc that indicate that Russia isn't exactly the safest place to ride a bicycle. We're saddened to tell you that this video round-up isn't going to change any conclusions you've reached from those videos.
The first video on the list features a Russian cyclist riding on what seems to be a fast-moving arterial road. Following that fairly brutal collision is a slightly more light-hearted video in which a llama interrupts a bike race (we're sorry about the soundtrack).
Later we've got an inspiring documentary about a fella who started training for a ride in Corsica days after completing chemotherapy for cancer; a quick video about Thailand's underground bike revolution; a clip about how great cycling is in Bristol; prolific YouTuber CycleGaz getting a cheer from some pedestrians; and a fairly 'revolutionary' floating bicycle.
Cyclist hit by lorry
Cycling in Russia is no walk in the park. This fella takes a pretty big hit from a passing HGV, and neither he, nor his bike, escape unscathed.
The rider supposedly came away with only a fractured femur and a load of unsalvagable bike bits.
We've had cyclist-on-kangaroo incidents, cyclist-on-deer incidents, and we nearly had a cyclist-on-llama incident to show you. Fortunately for these riders, nobody hit the llama, who, if we're honest, looks like he just wants to join in.
Meet Justin McLean. In September 2013 Justin was diagnosed with an aggressive form of bowel cancer. In response to completing the long, tortuous chemotherapy treatment, Justin and his friend Adam Davis devised a plan that would see him climbing the hills of Corsica mere months later.
This is his story.
Riding a bike isn't as usual in Thailand as you might think. It's regarded as the poor person's mode of transport, but cycling in Thailand is going through something of a resurection.
This quick documentary explores how the young people of Thailand are bringing back the bike.
Bristol is one of Britain's cycling cities. This video explores a number of the reasons why so many people take to the streets by bike, and also why, despite the numerous hills, cycling in Bristol just makes sense.
You might know CycleGaz already. He's a fairly notable action cam-wearing, YouTube video-publishing cyclist. What you might not know is that he's grown in reputation so much over the last couple of years, that he's even being recognised and lauded on the streets of London.
Don't believe us? Watch the video.
It's the technological advancement you've all been waiting for: the floating bicycle.