Extremely Talented Dog Rides Bicycle By Himself

Published March 9, 2018 67,904 Plays $125.28 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesDogs just never stop making us proud of them. It seems that we can never get enough of the pupper awesomeness. They keep us at our toes with their antics and melt us into puddles of mush when they turn on their charm. They are like our furry offspring that likes to wake us up early in the morning to go potty but we don’t mind because they are adorable.

We feel like proud parents when they learn new tricks and this footage is the prime example for it. Meet Norman the Scooter Dog. This French sheepdog is the master of wheels. He has been known to ride a scooter and apparently, he has mastered the bike as well. The canine is very eager to please his owner, so he carefully climbs on that bike, plants his back feet on the pedals and his front on the handlebar. With a little encouragement from his owner in the form of a treat, Norman starts to pedal the bike, following his owner’s footsteps. Isn’t it adorable?!

Norman was diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma in June, but underwent surgery and is slowly but surely recovering. He gets all the attention and love he needs both from his owner and from his fans. What makes Norman special is that he was able to set a Guinness World Record as the fastest dog on a scooter when he traveled 100 feet in 20 seconds at a charity event in Georgia.

If anyone ever decided to analyze the Guinness Book of World Records, they would find that society is made out of some extremely talented and innovative people. Although some might think that performing and actually setting the record might be hard, try thinking of a category in which you would later compete. Things like collecting feathers in under a minute or breaking clocks with electric guitars doesn’t come to mind but apparently some people have had enough time and creativity to think of them.

The world records don’t have to be about your skills, they can be about an animal, your pet or even something you’ve created and that is all it takes for the qualified professionals at Guinness World Records to set a date when they would determine if the record was broken or not. The following footage shows us Mr. Norman, a 3-year-old French sheep dog, who is trying to cement his title by redoing his world record.

Skillful bike-riding dog Norman has set a new world record for traveling unaided by scooter. Norman made history by scooting 30 metres in under 30 seconds in Georgia, USA. Owner and trainer Karen Cobb says Norman aced the attempt in 20.75 second - but is still waiting on Guinness verification. That is seriously cool! What kind of special skills do you have? Have you ever tried for setting an entirely new world record?

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