Mike Boyd has made a career out of learning how to do things that he didn’t know before shooting his videos. With the help of DailyPuzzles, he got his hands on 3000 Rubik’s Cubes and tried his hand at creating a massive piece of pixel art by rearranging one face on each cube into a specific pattern.
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A penny-farthing is one of those old-timey bicycles with the giant wheel in front and a tiny one in the back. We see them on the streets once in a while and always wonder how tricky they must be to ride. Serial learner Mike Boyd is here to answer that question, with a little help from the guys at the UK branch of Unicycle.com.
Riding a bicycle down stairs isn’t that difficult as long as you watch your weight transfer. But Mike Boyd wanted to figure out how to get his mountain bike UP a flight of stairs without getting off. Like most things Mike sets his mind to, he eventually figured it out, though we’re sure his legs were burning after this lesson.
Over the years, Mike Boyd has learned to do all kinds of things, from making fire from scratch to throwing a boomerang. In this video, Mike revisits some of his many skills in front of the lens of a high speed camera. We’re still amazed by the dotted chalk line technique.