The pin appeared at the intersection of roads near the entrance to Gordon's Pond State Park Area.
Although by Tuesday evening Google had removed the pin several other nods to the viral moment are available to view. A "Brandon Falls Memorial" pin further away from the actual site of the accident appeared on maps. As well as (Brandon Falls) being added to the name of Gordon's Pond State Park Area.
\u201cI'm sure it will be changed soon.. But some genius tagged the spot where Biden fell off his bike on Google Maps with a historical pin for "Brandon Falls"\u201d
"The exact spot Joe fell on his bike is listed on Google maps as "Brandon Falls." I don't know who did it but I want to shake your hand!" A Twitter user said.
\u201cBrandon Falls is trending as as actual location appearing on Google maps to ridicule Biden for falling from his bike last month.\nHow about they identify a map for Insurrection Halls and Ketchup Walls?\u201d
— Freddie Fan \ud83c\udf0a\ud83c\udf0a\ud83c\udf0a\u262e\ufe0f (@Freddie Fan \ud83c\udf0a\ud83c\udf0a\ud83c\udf0a\u262e\ufe0f)
The name Brandon comes from another meme moment in 2021 when NBC reporter Kelli Stavast told NASCAR driver Brandon Brown the crowd was shouting "Let's Go Brandon" at him during an interview. In reality, the crowd was yelling "f*** Joe Biden" however neither Stavast nor Brown could make out the exact chant.
Footage of the interview went viral leading conservatives to pick up the phrase as a code word for "f*** Joe Biden". Then a "Let's Go Brandon" song went viral on TikTok, skyrocketing the code phrase into mainstream media.