It's amazing that Nacer Bouhanni and Michael Matthews were able to stay upright, plus check out the rest of the best cycling videos from the past week

Nacer Bouhanni was provisionally award the win on stage two of Paris-Nice on Tuesday, but after reviewing the footage the commissaires relegated him to third for an irregular sprint.

Straight on, the sprint didn’t look too bad but once photographs were released it soon became clear how wayward the riders had gone.

The above video shows amazing bike handling by both Bouhanni and Michael Matthews, who was awarded the stage win, and it’s hard to believe that they both stay upright and came away unscathed.

Start the working day right

Many of us are guilty of rolling out of bed at the last possible moment, rushing around and just making it to work on time. However, on those days when we get up early enough for a ride – road, MTB or even just a spin on the turbo – the world feels like a slightly better place.

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Cycling photographer Roo Fowler took this one step further by hitting the trails at 5am, and he even stopped to make an omlette and a cup of coca.

How to climb Honister Pass: West to East (video)

Famous for how brutal it is and popular with car adverts, Honister Pass is rideable if you do it right. This video shows you how to climb the famous pass from West to East, but if you fancy conquering it from the other direction we’ve got that covered too.

Driver tries to push cyclist

Headcams often capture poor driving, swearing motorists and pedestrians stepping out without checking the road’s clear. But this one is a bit different.

The driver of the white BMW can be seen pulling across to the wrong side of the road and leaning out towards the cyclist, who says that the driver attempted to push him from his bike.

Kelly McGarry’s final video

Our sister publication MBR reported on the sad passing of Kelly McGarry back in February. This video was released this week showing the New Zealander and his whippet hitting the trails.

Strava’s secret feature

Who knew you could do this on Strava?