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Jeremy Clarkson Struggles To Cycle In Break From Filming: “I’m Gonna Fall Off This F***ing Thing”

As the Grand Tour team takes a moment out of a busy filming schedule, Jeremy Clarkson has posted a number of videos to his Instagram account showing him cycling alongside co-presenter Richard Hammond. But despite James May not being there, Clarkson still isn’t happy with the scenario.

“Ladies and gentlemen, you joined me on the peculiar children’s toy,” Jeremy tells the camera from the seat of a bicycle alongside the Danube River – the second longest river in Europe. “We dunno what we’re doing,” Jeremy continues.

“This is like a space hopper that goes along,” chimes in Hammond from behind the Clarkson’s Farm presenter. “It’s really f***ing difficult.”

“God, I’m gonna fall off this f***ing thing,” Jeremy mutters before the clip ends.

The next video joins the duo once again as they’re being filmed from a third camera – potentially James May or maybe even producer Andy Wilman – as they reveal they’re too drunk to be cycling.

“I’m f***ing paraletic,” Jeremy says. “Oh God, help me,” he pleads before purposefully hitting whoever’s holding the camera with his shoulder before erupting with an evil laugh.

They return to their hotel, cycling around the lobby with Jeremy simply captioning the video with: “Relax everyone: we are back at the hotel.”


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Fans were quick to comment on the fact Jeremy was doing a form of exercise.

“Thought you were allergic to manual labour,” one said as another congratulated Richard Hammond on returning home without crashing:

“Amazing to see Richard survived and he still on the bike and didn’t crash well done must’ve been your genius Jeremy.”

“Menaces to society. I aspire to be like you,” another adds.

Many of his followers asked where James May was, but Jeremy is yet to comment on his whereabouts, although there were plenty of jokes from fans that made up for it.

“Still cleaning his bike chain and lubing all moving parts,” one answered as another added: “He’s still talking to the bike shop owner.”

Alex Harrington

Alex started racing at a young age so certainly knows his way around a car and a track. He can just about put a sentence together too, which helps. He has a great interest in the latest models, but would throw all of his money at a rusty old French classic and a 300ZX. Contact: [email protected]

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