Have you ever had to move a tricky bit of furniture on your own? We've all been there, trying to fit a sofabed in the back of a Nissan Micra or pivoting a bookcase up the stairs to an eighth floor flat.
But what happens when you need to transport a fridge/freezer without the luxury of a car or anyone to help you?
Well, this chap in Brazil took it all in his stride and used his bike to move the hefty appliance with apparent ease in a move that puts most of our shambolic removal efforts to shame.
Emerging from the building with the fridge perched on one shoulder - a move that will definitely be frowned upon by health and safety - he ambles across the road to his bike.
Not only does he then hop on the two wheels, he then manages to hold the fridge with one hand as he uses the other one to hold the handlebars.
If riding like that wasn't hard enough, the street he's going along is entirely cobbled, just to add an extra fear factor.
If the ASO are looking for any way to make Paris-Roubaix even harder, this chap could provide the inspiration. Forcing each rider to pick up a kitchen appliance before riding along the Carrefour de l'Arbre would make a great spectacle.
Just a thought...
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Stuart Clarke is a News Associates trained journalist who has worked for the likes of the British Olympic Associate, British Rowing and the England and Wales Cricket Board, and of course Cycling Weekly. His work at Cycling Weekly has focused upon professional racing, following the World Tour races and its characters.
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