Boy Fails to Impress Girl as Cycling Trick Goes Very Wrong in Viral Video

We've all done silly things to impress someone that we like, but unfortunately for one little boy his attempt was captured on camera.

In a video posted to TikTok by user Filiwarrior we can see a boy on a bright green mountain bike cycling along a suburban street.

The footage, which is filmed from a window above, has so far been viewed a whopping 4.6 million times and shows the child cycling past a girl dressed in pink who is watching from her bike.

The hilarious video is captioned: "One way to impress the neighbor girl!"

Why? because as the boy peddles off he attempts a trick and loses control, coming off the bike, only to find himself chasing it as the vehicle speeds off without him.

The funny clip is set to the song "Nuthin But A G'Thang" by Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre.

Since the video, which can be watched here, was posted on September 8 it has been liked an impressive 270,600 times and garnered more than 1,275 comments.

One TikTok user, Wildone, wrote: "I tried this in 1990, but I'm still trying to catch my bike."

Another person, Gil Rodriguez, added: "I used to stand on the back begs and stand straight up."

Kayden Lee remarked: "I do that with my scooter all the time lol."

Ziegler Monster typed: "Dang this boy out here running the streets... literally."

Vinny stated: "Did he just ghost ride a bike."

David Wooderson joked: "10 years from now he will be doing burn outs in the same street."

Cameron Hill revealed: "It worked on my 7 year old daughter! She just said 'WOAH'."

IamMrChumm gushed: "That stride though!! Put him on a track team! Dat boy was choppin!!" followed by lots of laughing-face emojis.

Haas3412 commented: "The difference between me and him is he made that look really smooth, I would've most definitely tripped and fell running after that bike ha ha."

Another video that has recently gone viral shows an adorable toddler welcoming her young brothers back from school.

The clip was shared to Instagram by a life coach named Brittany Muddamalle, and it has already been viewed by more than 1.6 million people.

Text overlaying the footage, which is set on a suburban street in Bolingbrook, Illinois, explains that: "This is what happened when her big brothers come home from school."

In the video we can see the little girl, whose name is Emilia, running towards her three older brothers as they all shout in excitement then pull her into an adorable group hug.

The sweet clip is captioned with a love-heart emoji and the words: "Every. Single. Time."

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A file photo of a boy riding a bike. On TikTok a child tried to impress a girl while cycling but it didn't quite go to plan. Getty Images