The highest speed ever achieved on a bicycle was 167.04 mph by Fred Rompelberg in 1995.
A blind American man taught himself to navigate using echolocation. His hobbies include hiking and mountain-biking, and he has now trained over 500 students in his ‘tongue-click’ technique.
An artist in Iowa named Patrick Acton built a complete model of Hogwarts out of matchsticks.
In 1918, a homing pigeon saved over 190 American soldiers by delivering a message to nearby support despite having been shot through the breast, blinded in one eye, covered in blood, and with a leg hanging on by just a tendon.
In 2010, Gary Richmond was beaten into a coma. He woke up with amnesia and no memory of his wife of 20 years. Subsequently, he ended up falling in love with her all over again!
A man with locked-in syndrome, named Jean-Dominique Bauby, wrote an entire book by blinking his left eyelid.
In 2012, redditor laporkenstein forged his own wedding ring out of a Gibeon meteorite.
A teen in Michigan built a working nuclear reactor. He taught himself how to build it as a weekend hobby project in his basement from ages 15-17 for $3500.
Baks the blind boxer has a seeing eye goose named Buttons; a four-year-old goose who leads the pup around everywhere either by hanging onto him with her neck, or by honking to tell him which way to go.