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This Dutch bike-riding video is the most Dutch thing we've ever seen

Published by Business Insider on Tue, 08 Dec 2015

I Amsterdam, the Dutch city's official tourist and lifestyle group, just went off the deep end in the best way possible.The group's latest videofeatures Dutch actor and comedian Maxim Hartman riding around on a tiny bicycle and wearing an equally tiny red mustache.It's a greatdisplay of Dutch culture and actually helpful for the naive tourist.Hartman begins his cycling guide on a delightfully weird note, explaining how we need to pick suitable clothing that can withstand our bodies becoming "hot and steamy" through exercise.Next, Hartman instructs on the finer points of Dutch cycling, which is one the most popular methods for getting around the country's more urban areas. Rush hour can be flat-out nuts.His teaching style seems to be one of leading by counterexample.Hartman tells us to avoid biking directly in front of the tram, though that is precisely what he does. He rides in the middle of the street while warning against the practice. He tells us to avoid sudden stops, but only after two innocent riders nearly smash into his back tires.Soon we see Hartman lighting a joint and sloppily pouring a beer down his throat, though he quickly admonishes us: "No," he says. "Don't cycle drunk or stoned."If you happen to feel lightheaded for a totally separate reasons, Hartman offers an old folk remedy.Once we're finished with the bike ride, Hartman tells us to lock it up and say goodbye. We can walk around to enjoy Amsterdam's many other attractions, like the Van Gogh museum, or simply take a well-deserved rest.And if you happened to have a bad experience on the road, Hartman offers some words of encouragement.Here's the full video:Join the conversation about this storyNOW WATCH: This ingenious device solves all of your bike storage problems
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