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Meta Description: Unveiling the truth behind the Bear Attack Cyclist Video Hoax that has been circulating on social media. Discover how a digitally altered video deceived millions, exposing the trend of misleading content for viral fame.
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Beware of Digital Deception: Unmasking the Bear Attack Cyclist Video Hoax

In the era of social media, captivating videos can quickly go viral, capturing the attention and imagination of millions. However, not all that glitters is gold, as we discovered when investigating a recent incident involving a cyclist and a bear. A video purporting to show a bear attack cyclist video hoax has been making rounds on social media platforms. But upon closer examination, we uncovered the truth behind the video, revealing a disturbing trend of digitally altered content being presented as real. In this blog post, we delve into the details of the incident, exposing the video as a well-executed hoax.

Incident Details: 

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The video in question first gained attention on Twitter, where users shared it widely, mesmerized by the apparent bravery and quick thinking of the cyclist in the face of a bear attack. One of the initial tweets, posted by @0xgaut, can be found here. For archival purposes, the tweet has been preserved here.

Another tweet that contributed to the video’s rapid spread was shared by @InsaneRealitys, which can be accessed here. Its archived version can be found here.

Seeking to uncover the truth, we embarked on a thorough investigation. Our first step was to trace the origins of the video. Fortunately, we were able to locate the original footage on YouTube, uploaded by a user named MrGregor. 

The video, which can be viewed here, tells a completely different story. There is no bear attack depicted, and the cyclist provides no heroic escape. We archived the video for reference here.


A video is being circulated on social media in which a cyclist can be seen in trouble and escaping a bear attack. However, our investigation revealed that the original video, found on YouTube, does not feature any bear whatsoever. The cyclist himself came forward, stating that the bear was digitally added to the video. Thus, the viral video is nothing more than a morphed creation designed to deceive viewers and generate attention.


The intent behind the circulation of digitally altered videos as real is to gain attention and prominence on social media platforms. By presenting sensational content, individuals hope to go viral, attracting likes, shares, and comments. Unfortunately, this trend of misrepresentation undermines the authenticity of information shared online, contributing to the spread of misinformation. (Archive)


The case of the bear attack cyclist video hoax serves as a stark reminder of the need for critical thinking and verification of sources in our digital age. While it may be tempting to share captivating videos without question, it is crucial to exercise caution and consider the possibility of digital manipulation. By highlighting this incident, we hope to raise awareness and encourage users to be vigilant, protecting themselves and others from falling victim to deceptive content. Let us unite in our pursuit of truth and accuracy, fostering a more informed and trustworthy online community.

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