Location where Biden fell off bicycle made historic landmark on Google Maps

Following President Biden’s tumble from his bicycle last month in Delaware, internet users have marked the location on Google Maps as a “historic location” dubbed “Brandon Falls.”

The bike path intersection is located just north of Rehoboth Beach, at 95 Rd 300, Lewes, Delaware, where on June 18, he was filmed riding up to a crowd, and as he attempted to get off he struggled to get his foot out of the pedal’s toe cage, and tumbled to the ground.

Brandon Falls, as the location has been dubbed, references the popular chant “Let’s Go Brandon,” which rose to fame after an NBC reporter misheard the crowd which was chanting “f*ck Joe Biden” at a NASCAR race, and said the now famous chant.

According to the Daily Caller, as of Tuesday morning the coastal Delaware landmark added by internet users had garnered nearly 100 reviews on Google Maps, and had received a 4.9-star rating.

By Tuesday afternoon though, the historic landmark label has been removed from the location, though the Brandon Falls name remains.

Reviews of the landmark included one that bashed the current economic state of the US.

“Very nice place to ride a bike. Just be careful not to cause too much inflation in your tires or you can end up crashing your whole bike into the ground,” one user wrote. “But if that happens, just blame Putin. People will ‘fall’ for it!”

“A special piece of history occurred here. I can’t wait to visit it again,” another wrote.

According to the Washington Examiner, another review wrote: “Road was too bumpy, and reminded me of the problems we still face for two more years.”

According to Snopes, the creator of the Google landmark appears to be from the Twitter account Old Row, which has also started the trend of “Bidening” on Twitter, which involves people falling off their bikes in a similar fashion to Biden.

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