We all know the phrase, “It’s as easy as riding a bike”. Here we have a great lesson on how we train our brains to think a certain way, and it is really hard to adjust that pattern.
This experiment made one small adjustment to a normal bicycle, making it impossible to ride without extensive retraining of your brain. The main point driven home by this backward bicycle: you view the world through an interpretive bias, whether you realize it or not.
How have you developed your interpretive grid? What guides the way you view the world?
This video is very cool. It shows how we truly function in reality, with something “as easy as riding a bike”.