‘Brandon Falls’: Delaware landmark named for Biden bike fall

The location of President Joe Biden’s bicycle fall last month in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, has been listed as a historical landmark on Google Maps named “Brandon Falls.”

The name is a reference to the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant that is often used to mock the president.

While it is not clear who designated the location’s name, internet users have taken notice.

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

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Additional reviews of the location on Google Maps did not hold back from taking aim at Biden’s economic woes.

President Joe Biden fell off his bike while greeting a crowd during a morning ride in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on June 18, 2022.

(AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)

“Biden’s face-plant into the concrete while riding his bike is the perfect analogy for the U.S. economy that he’s been steering into the ground,” Carl O’Donoghue wrote.

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

A Twitter user noted the “ruthless” reviews, questioning how long Google might allow the historic landmark to remain.

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As of Tuesday morning, the location has a 4.9-star rating and more than 200 reviews on Google Maps.

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