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Viral Video: Bike Boy's Triumphant Speech After Learning How to Ride

Saturday, June 04, 2011 - 12:01 AM

(New York, Transportation Nation) "I feel happy with of myself," Bike Boy yells. And he should, because he just learned to ride a bike for the first time. Then, when his father (we assume it's his father anyway) asks if he has any advice for other little kids who are learning how to ride, Bike Boy launches into an awesome, heroic, and utterly charming motivational speech.

"Everybody, I know you can believe in yourself. If you believe in yourself you will know how to ride a bike, if you don't, you just keep practicing. You will get the hang of it, I know it," he declares. Watch the video for the rest of the speech and feel the glory of learning to ride a bike for the first time all over again.

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Comments [2]

Alex Goldmark

Hmmm. I guess that is what he says. Making change now. Good ears! Thanks Relay

Jun. 05 2011 09:36 PM
Relayman5C

"I feel happy OF myself" is what he actually said.

Jun. 05 2011 07:07 PM

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