Watch: Eddie Lacy Can’t Ride a Tricycle, Gets Schooled by Kids

Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy is known for his nimble feet on the gridiron, but apparently his football skills don’t translate to tricycle riding.

Lacy was at a charity event for Next Door Milwaukee this past weekend and was tasked with taking on a couple of children in a no-holds-barred tricycle race.

At the starting line, it appeared the kids had zero chance of defeating Lacy, who can destroy NFL linebackers and safeties with ease on the field. Unfortunately for him, his bulky frame doesn’t translate to a tiny trike, and Lacy was absolutely annihilated.

In fact, he needed a little help just to cross the line.

Here’s the video, courtesy of WISN’s Stephen Watson:

Yeah, that wasn’t pretty.

Thankfully for Packers fans, the 5-foot-11, 230-pound running back doesn’t need to be good at tricycle riding to dominate on Sundays.

But you have to know Lacy is going to be hearing about this for a long, long, long time in Green Bay’s locker room.

(h/t Bleacher Report)