US President Joe Biden fell from his bicycle which he was riding near his beachside home in Delaware Saturday morning but recovered unhurt.
The 79-year-old president got up immediately after the fall, and said "I'm good", a White House pool report showed.
He was biking with First Lady Jill Biden in a state park near his home when he stopped to talk to onlookers and suffered a fall.
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He told a small crowd of well-wishers and reporters that he had lost his balance as he set one foot on the ground and tried to free another out of a bike clip.
There were no visible scrapes or bruises from the fall, a White House pool report said.
"No medical attention is needed," a White House official said. "The President looks forward to spending the rest of the day with his family."
Biden is the oldest US President and his health is a subject of constant attention amid speculations about whether he will seek a second term in 2024.
In November 2020, shortly after winning the elections but before taking office, he had broken a foot while playing with his pet German Shepherd.
However, Biden's doctor had given him a clean bill of health, a year later in November 2021, describing him as "healthy" and "vigorous."