Joe Biden tripped while attempting to get off his bike at the end of a ride at Cape Henlopen State Park near his Delaware

beach home on Saturday, but was unharmed. "I'm fine," he assured reporters after being helped up by US Secret Service

officials. I got my foot stuck in the toe cages," says the narrator. Joe Biden, 79,  and first lady Jill Biden were finishing

up a morning bike ride when the president decided to peddle over to a  crowd of well-wishers who had gathered

near the bike track. When Biden attempted to dismount while wearing a helmet, he supposedly fell on his

right side and rolled onto his back before being helped up. The president composed himself immediately and spent

many minutes conversing with those who had gathered to see him ride his bike. According to a White House statement

Biden did not require medical attention and is "OK." The Bidens are staying at their beach house in Rehoboth Beach for

the weekend. On Friday, they celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary. President Joe Biden is "OK," according to a

White House official after falling off his bike during a ride in a state park near his home in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware