For most people, riding a scooter 100 feet is a feat so easy that it could be accomplished with their eyes closed.

But Norman, a new Guinness World Record holder, isn't most people.

For one thing, Norman is 4 years old. He's also a dog.

The French sheepdog, who has appeared on the "Late Show With David Letterman," the "Today" show and even on this website, rode a scooter, unassisted, 98.2 feet at a charity event this summer. A few days ago the ride was honored with the Guinness World Record for "fastest 30 meters on a scooter by a dog."

While we're not sure how much competition there was for that mark, it's still pretty impressive.

Norman uses his front two paws to balance himself on the scooter and uses his hind paws to push. Here's how he does it: