Most of us can't solve a Rubik's Cube even if given all the time in the world. But a 12-year-old boy from India has not only done it in a whopping 14.32 seconds, he also did it WHILE riding a bicycle!

Meet Jayadharshan Venkatesan from Chennai, who recently set a new Guinness World Records (GWR) with his remarkable feat.

A video shared by GWR on its social media channels shows the lanky boy solving the puzzle with both his hands while controlling the bicycle's handle with his elbows. He is then seen raising his hand after finishing the challenge.
According to reports, it took Jayadharshan two years to master his skills before he became confident enough to try to record setting attempt. The video on GWR's Instagram account has garnered close to 30,000 likes since it was shared yesterday.

For the record, Jayadharshan previously held an Asia Book of Records for solving 60 Rubik's Cubes in 30 minutes, with one hand.

Congratulations Jayadharshan on this extremely impressive record! So young, yet so talented.

You can bet that with the right motivation, Jayadharshan will go on to break more records in the future.

Photo source: screencapture from GWR video