Let's face it. We've all seen amusing pet videos online and after a while they all start to look the same.

Not this time.

Meet Norman, a two-and-a-half year old Briard dog that has learned how to ride a bike.

You know how some kids are slow to master the art of two wheels?

The Daily Mail reports it took the pooch just 10 weeks to master the art of riding his personalized bicycle.

I'm not kidding. Man's best friend can now ride a special designed bike around his South Carolina neighborhood.

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This curious canine has taken a very strong liking to his new form of transportation. "Right now he totally loves his bike because it is a totally new concept for him," his owner Karen told the Daily Mail. "The most difficult part of training him to do this was building up the muscles in his back legs. ... It was the 'hump' or the rotation over the pedals that was causing him to tire out quickly and now he knows to build the momentum because otherwise if the pedals are straight it can be too hard for him to turn them over."

By the way, Norman has already enjoyed his 15 minutes of fame before. This bike riding adventure is just the latest trick for Norman, who has already had appearances on David Letterman's show, the Cartoon Network and Good Morning America among other TV programs for his scooter riding ability. However, this stunt is so mind boggling you had to wonder if it was fake the first time you watched.

"I am so proud of Norman, I could not ask for a better dog, he is so loyal and loving," Karen announced of her tail-wagger, that for some reason hasn't mastered the King's English.

Unfortunately, Norman missed the deadline to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics.

-- Follow Ben Maller on Twitter @BenMaller.

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