For this edition of videos of the week, there is the usual inclusion of professional racing, but also some now infamous road rage, two friends riding to the top of the world and a man having a disagreement with two police officers about the positioning of their car.
Some of these videos you may have seen, others you probably haven’t, but take a break from whatever you’re doing to catch-up with some footage from the world of two wheels.
Angry man on Priory Lane
The driver in this altercation has since come out and apologised for his role in the incident, although some have questioned the sincerity and purpose of his apology.
We’ve all had bad days, and people can react in the heat of the moment, but if a four wheel drive vehicle cuts in on a vulnerable cyclists, there is only ever going to be one winner.
Cycling the highest road in the world
Two friends go on the adventure of a life time when they leave home in Australia and head to India. After a few transfers, they set off on their bikes to conquer what is claimed as the ‘highest motorable road in the world’.
A very well produced video, this is worth watching if you can spare the time.
Giro d’Italia final stage highlights
Essentially a ceremonial spin to celebrate the winner, this was expected to end in a frenetic bunch sprint. A two man break, however, had other ideas.
Cars queuing in a bus lane
A headcam-equipped cyclist takes exception to the use of a bus lane by queuing traffic. Present in the queue is a police car, who the cyclist aims his displeasure at.
Judge for yourselves as to how well the police deal with the man’s complaint.
Final 5km of the Baloise Belgium Tour
As well as the Giro, there was also the Tour of Belgium on last weekend. After his departure from the Italian Grand Tour, Tom Boonen boosted his home tour by being a late addition to the start list.
Here we see the final kilometres of the closing stage. Did Tornado Tom make it two stage wins?
Shopping tips for the best cycling nutrition
When training, riding and recovering from races and sportives, getting your nutrition right is essential.
Here we get the help of an expert nutritionist to check over what two experienced cyclists put in their trolleys when visiting the supermarket.