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B.C. biker performs random acts of “Canadianness” on tape

Motorcycle man on a mission to be a mensch.
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Chiara O. Scuri, August 15, 2013 11:59:23 PM

Before the days when everything – and we mean everything – started getting documented and posted online, lovely people would simply perform random acts of kindness and get on with their day.

In the Age of Selfie, however, we’re privy to everyone’s daily activity log as they post it for public consumption.

Sure, this can be annoying. But if it inspires people to do positive things for others, it’s worth it.

A B.C. man on a motorcycle has recently started uploading videos of himself doing good deeds around VIctoria.

As CBC reports, the unnamed man, who posts under the handle “RideVictoria” and is a self-described “family friendly motovlogger” can be seen in the process of “random acts of coolness” toward his fellow citizens.

In his latest video, the man on wheels stops his ride when he spots a woman in a motorized wheelchair not moving on the sidewalk.

It turns out her wheels had gotten stuck in some dirt and gravel and she needed a boost to get out, a boost the vlogging cyclist was happy to give her.

It turns out there’s a viewing audience for nice things: RideVictoria’s videos have since gone viral, according to the news network.

What other acts of quotidian kindness will he perform next? Tune in to his YouTube channel to find out.

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