I am not the biggest cycling fan. In fact, after puberty kicked in, the only time I have ever been excited about a bike was when Olympian Victoria Pendleton posed naked on one for the front cover of Observer Sport Monthly.
At least that was until I saw Danny MacAskill. The show-off Scot became a YouTube sensation last year when his mate Dave Sowerby filmed the mechanic doing what could only be described as parkour on two wheels around Edinburgh.
The video has attracted almost 22 million views and prompted 'Danny Megaskill' or 'Taggart', as he is imaginatively called (presumably because he is skillful and Scottish), to give up his day job to focus on riding full-time.
And it has certainly paid off for the 24-year-old, with Red Bull sponsoring him to do another short film, again filmed by mate Sowerby, called 'Way Back Home'.
The short film has attracted thousands of shares on Twitter, Facebook and the blogosphere, putting it at the top of this week's movie trailers list (although, technically, it should not even qualify).
It documents his journey from where he currently lives in Edinburgh, all the way to where he grew up in Dunvegan, on the Isle of Skye.