Every night, one American man would keep getting security camera alerts for a small kid that would keep riding his bike in his driveway while his parents walked their dog.
At first, he thought it was annoying. And then he started looking forward to his evening alerts.
He thought something needed to be done, and with inspiration from his wife, the neighbour decided to create a chalk racetrack for him to ride.
The next evening, as the kid went to do his usual circles around his driveway, he was instantly taken to the chalked course.
The neighbour would then create new, difficult and interactive courses in chalk every time it rained over summer, and soon other people in his neighbourhood took part - kids, adults on bikes, even mums with strollers!
"What transpired has turned into the best part of an otherwise dreary pandemic summer," he wrote on YouTube.
Watch this neighbour's document his community racetrack above!