A cyclist at 202 km/h On the 11/26/17 in Curitiba - Parana - Brazil, the cyclist Evandro Portela reached 202 km/h - 125 mp/h in urban road and became the fastest man in the world on a bicycle in the Slipstream of a Subaru WRX category.
He has accomplished the record on the 11 km of distance with 104 km/h average, in 6 minutes and 2 seconds and 151 rpm of maximum cadence.
It had been three years of training and preparation and besides it, in 2018 a new record will be established.
He loses his pool on the road (Brazil) Occurred on June 2, 2018 / Florianópolis, SC, Brasil "We were going to the north island of Florianopolis when we saw a unusual situation. A big size swimming pool swaying from side to side with the south wind coming. So, I decided to film and what happened next was unexpected!"
A garbage truck overturns in a field A garbage truck overturns in a field and rolls several times as it passes cars on a minor country road near Welshpool, Wales. The two collectors were not injured.
Τεράστιες Χριστουγεννιάτικες μπάλες προκαλούν χάος (Λονδίνο) Την Δευτέρα 31 Οκτωβρίου του 2022, δύο τεράστιες διακοσμητικές μπάλες προκάλεσαν χάος στο Λονδίνο, καθώς οι ισχυροί άνεμοι τις παρέσυραν στην λεωφόρο Tottenham Court Road στο κέντρο της πόλης. Αυτοκινητιστές, ποδηλάτες και πεζοί προσπαθούν να βγουν από το μονοπάτι των δύο τεράστιων ασημένιων μπαλών καθώς αυτές περιπλανιόντουσαν στο δρόμο, χτυπώντας φανοστάτες και κτίρια προτού σταματήσουν στη μέση του δρόμου.
Head-on collision of a car with a cyclist The road is a one-way 90km/h linking the local beauty spot 'Goyt Valley' to the 'Cat and Fiddle' (one of the most dangerous roads in the UK). The car is an imported Mazda MX5. The cyclist passed 2 access prohibition signs and continued his descent on the wrong side of the road. The car was traveling at about 50km/h around the bend. The estimated speed of the cyclist was approximately 65 km/h. The cyclist stood up immediately after the impact and walked around the car before sitting down at the side of the road. The driver called the ambulance due to the cyclist's lower back pain and confusion shortly afterwards. Amazingly, no bones were broken and the cyclist was released from hospital 6 hours later.