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200 marathons in 100 days around the coast of Britain raising awareness and donations for the 196 foundation.
A woman with Cystic Fibrosis and her husband attempting to run the 125km Capital Ring route around London to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Royal Brompton Hospital.
Cycling a minimum of 107 miles during the 107th Tour De France to fundraise for The Pace Centre.
Ride 4 Rangers is an initiative by the UK Africa Travel Industry in partnership with conservation charity Tusk which will see 30+ people ride the 874 miles from Lands End to John O Groats and is inviting hundreds of fellow Africa Travel industry professionals and conservation lovers to join them on the way with the aim of riding the cumulative distance of London to Cape Town – 6,000 miles. Tourism is the key funder of conservation in Africa through park fees and a healthy wildlife population is what the industry is built on. Since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic there has been very little money going into the conservation system. With most holidays on hold until next year, the Africa travel industry is in dire straits and the trickledown effect on the ground across the continent is already being felt.
Bikepacking Sweet Sixteen is a 2800 Km long, unsupported, bikepacking adventure that takes you along the 16 Federal States of Germany. Groad surface (Gravel and Road).
with a Covid-19 induced summer all ultra cycling plans got disrupted for me. Back in spring it felt like the worst that could happen. But now, at the beginning of August, after losing my brother to this terrible virus everything is put in perspective. This solo ride has been planned to remember him, to mourn about his loss and to celebrate life.
For the past five years, A Greener Future has been cleaning up the beaches and shorelines of Lake Ontario. Now, it’s time we take to the water to see what we can find. Throughout July we'll be completing a 420-kilometre stand-up paddle along the shores of Lake Ontario to pick up litter and raise awareness about plastic pollution. Join us as we pick up litter, release cleanup results, and protect the natural spaces that we love so much.
I will run the Pan-American route from Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) to Alaska (USA) starting on the 1st of January 2019. The route starts in Ushuaia, Argentina and finishes in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. I will cross the following countries (Argentina, Chile, Perú, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, USA and Canada). I'm looking for a main or several sponsorship to support me with the logistics and all the needed material for this adventure. I will be running in aid of the deaf communities across the World.
I’m attempting to walk the length of the world. Over three/four years I will walk approximately 30 000kms – the equivalent of 1/6 the average distance a person will walk in their lifetime. I began at the bottom of Argentina and will cross 15 countries to reach the highest point of Alaska, USA. On completion I will be the first woman to walk the length of the world; first completed by George Meegan in 1982. George holds the Guinness record for the: The longest unbroken march of all time. But for how long?
One of the most demanding bike adventures / races in Denmark. RAD X offer a 400, 600 and 900km challenge. The routes are mainly gravel, far from often used roads, and often with far in between supply stops.
Team HetisKoers! is going to have a holiday, on the bike of course! A week of bikepacking. They have managed to get a secret route, which runs from Noordkaap, the most Northern point in the Netherlands, to the Drielandenpunt. Almost 600 unpaved kilometers straight through the Netherlands: it seems to be possible. Thanks to ‘Willem de Zwijger’ who created this route from North to South (TNNZ) with precision.
Team HetisKoers! (Bort & Ferdi) will ride the challenging Hunebed350. An unpaved route made by the father of the Hunebed350, Bert Platzer, which passes all 52 remaining 'hunebedden' in Drenthe. Bort and Ferdi had been dreaming of doing this as a bikepack trip for a while. With the help of Velodroom Roden, they now make that dream come true.
No 'Smugglers Path' in Belgium or 'Dirty Kanza' in the United States, but #Dirtykanzelled in the Netherlands. An initiative of former pro racer Laurens ten Dam. For us it means a 200-mile gravel ride through the beautiful countryside of Drenthe.
Walking from Argentina to Alaska, through 15 countries, over the Andes Mountains, across the Atacama Desert. 27.000 + KM in 3-4 years.
We are fed up of the rat race, so decided to see the world by bicycle.
World record attempt to be the fastest women to circumnavigate the globe on a tandem. Travelling over 18,000 miles across 5 continents cycling between 80-100 miles per day.
The fourth installment of the Tour de Friends format. A fully supported stage ride through the beautiful landscapes of Colombia including the longest climb on earth - Alto de Letras.
I’m Steven White, age 23 . On the 1st of April, 2019 I will set off on my biggest adventure to date: an 18,000 mile (+) solo and unsupported cycle challenge around the world. Why? First and foremost, I'm doing this to see the world by bike; so I have to keep reminding myself to live in the moment and to take opportunities to explore as they arise! Secondly, I want to test my 'mind and body' - I've always loved endurance endeavours so I guess next year is a personal test which will confirm whether this is my area. Thirdly, I'm raising money for a charity close to my core beliefs and very closely tied to the challenges of this adventure - 'Mind'. My belief is that exercise supports mental health, which is still underestimated today, and perfectly ties into the challenge as this is just as much mental as physical.
On Saturday 29 February to Sunday 1 March, Sea Cadets are taking on the Atlantic – the whole 3000 miles- in Sea Cadets biggest LIVE virtual sporting event of the year!
The Moultrie Militia Gravel Raid (MMGR) is a 177.6 miles self supported gravel event taking place in the Francis Marion National Forest and around Lake Moultrie in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, USA just outside of Charleston.
The Two Volcano Sprint is a single-stage, unsupported bicycle challenge starting and finishing at south Italy’s two iconic volcanoes, Mt. Vesuvio and Mt. Etna. The route crosses the panoramic Amalfi and Cilento coastline before heading into the Appenine mountains and descending finally into Sicily. With over 800 kilometers and 14,000+ meters of altitude gain, the TVS is sure to challenge even the strongest cyclists.
Starting in 2018 I will be running a marathon in every country in the world. There are currently 196 official countries. I will start in London, UK, and make my way around the globe.
A four stage testride in preparation of the RR96H event.
Over 9 nine days a team of 8 will cycle 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats with the target of raising £100,000 to fund a room in The House of Teens Unite in memory of Matt Sharp who passed away in 2017 aged 25, following a long-term battle with Leukaemia. The House of Teens Unite will be the first purpose-built UK mainland retreat for 13-24 year olds who have been diagnosed with cancer, where they will be able to meet and spend time with others in a similar situation. “The room we are hoping to fund will be Matt’s legacy and will help the family to feel his short, but precious life was not in vain” – Ian Sharp, Matt’s father
Bike across Australia, from the most Western point, Steep Point, to the most Eastern point, Byron Bay.
In September 2019, fifteen amateur cyclists will attempt to cycle from Land's End to John o'Groats, the entire length of Britain (960 miles in 10 days). The team has been training hard, as they will face a distance of 100 miles a day. Riders climb around 15,000m over the 10 days. That is around 13 times up Alpe d’Huez or almost twice the height of Everest! All sponsorship and donations will go to Erase Meso raising much needed funds for research. Please support them by donating now. However big or small, your contribution will mean the world!
A self-supported 700km gravel ride through the Maritime Alps of Italy & France, climbing ~20,000 vertical metres! Bring on the pizza
5827 km run in 70 days from North Cape, Norway to Porto Kagio, Greece in 2019
Ben Lecomte will swim from Hawaii to California through The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Cycling 2000 km from Utrecht, the Netherlands to Dublin, Ireland. Via Isle of Man and Belfast.
Follow Koen as he cycles during 1 year from Leiden (The Netherlands) to Jakarta (Indonesia)
I ride the Tour de France 2019. We ride the same stages and rides as the pros but the day before. So in total I will cycle 3,460 km and 53,460 altimeters. The second challenge is to convert the number of height meters for a good cause. So 53,460 altitude meters, should be 53,460 euros. The charity is the Foundation against cancer, because it is important that scientific research goes further to help more people.
10th annual bike relay from the heavenly heights of Salt Lake City, Utah to the wicked heat of Las Vegas, Nevada. This 527.7 mile relay is ridden by individuals, 2 person, 5 person, and 10 person teams helping to fund-raise and promote awareness around ALS / Lou Gehrig's Disease.
Cycling from Nordkapp in Norway to Tarifa in Gibraltar in memory of the routes World Record holder Lee Fancourt & to raise funds & awareness for mental health & suicide prevention.
Somerset farmer, Nick Bragg, has set himself the pedal busting challenge of cycling 3,147 miles across Canada in 30 days to raise awareness and funds for the welfare charity, The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (R.A.B.I). The challenge starts in Montreal on 21st June 2019 and will see Nick and his trusty bicycle travel 3,000 miles across 4 states, through the mountainous terrain of The Rockies and finish by the iconic stone sculpture, Inukshuk, on the Vancouver waterfront.
Cycle For Hope - Rondje Nederland 2019
In the spring of 2018, our Dad, Arthur was diagnosed with Chronic Leukaemia. As you can imagine it came as a shock to us all - no one expects or wants anyone to be diagnosed with cancer, especially a loved one. After receiving treatment for only a couple months, a routine blood-test sadly highlighted an abnormality. Dad was immediately admitted to Exeter RD&E where he underwent a week of treatment. Unfortunately they were unable to control the spread of the damage being caused and a decision was made to transfer him to the UK Specialist Liver Unit at Kings College Hospital, London. Following a further three weeks of treatment and round the clock care, our dad didn't make it and sadly passed away on 1st September 2018. Our Dad is our hero, he always has been, and always will be! Now we want to do our bit for ELF and Howard Ward at Kings College Hospital, London. #RidingforDAD Lands End to John O'Groats, unsupported in memory of our dad.
A solo unsupported ride from London to the French Alps is support of the Ellie Soutter Foundation. Objective is to complete the 550 mile journey in under 2 weeks starting on 8th June in Parliament Square London. I shall be taking the Ferry from Newhaven to Dieppe and then following a direct route on minor roads to Les Gets with one rest day en-route.
Starting on 29th May 2019, I will be attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the fastest crossing of Europe, south to north, by bicycle. I will be doing this in order to raise money for African Parks, a conservation NGO dedicated to protecting some of Africa’s most-at-threat ecosystems. The current record is 21 days 14 hours 23 minutes, set by the late Lee Fancourt in July 2015.
Cycling the Atlantic Coast route from Florida to Maine (USA).
A 938 mile self supported adventure on one of Americas favorite roads and longest linear park. The route is an out and back from mile marker 0 to mile marker 469 back to mile marker 0, passing through two states, Virginia and North Carolina, with a total of 97323 feet of elevation gain. The BRP goes through 29 of Virginia and North Carolina counties as well as connects the Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
As part of my training for my upcoming world record attempt - cycling the length of Europe, I am tackling another world record. This time, I'm attempting to cycle through as many countries as I can in seven days, beginning in The Netherlands. The current verified record is 13 countries, the (as yet) unverified record is 15 countries and I will be attempting to cycle through 17 countries.
Apprentis Nomades are pulling a straight line from South Australia to Chilean patagonia. A 2 months challenge of 7500 Nautical Miles through the furious fifties of the southern Pacofic Ocean.
The idea is a fusion of MTB bikepacking tour and collecting plastic trash from nature. We want to pick up as much plastic trash and cigarette butts as possible along the way and dispose them properly. It's sad to see how much trash people leave behind in nature and it's time to start doing something about it! Thanks to the great support of Citabel Sports we will start our ride on the 4th of April at 9.30 am at the Citabel branch in Leudelange.
On 10th March 2019, I'll attempt to set a new Guinness World Record travelling the length of New Zealand from Bluff to Cape Reinga by recumbent cycle. This will be my ninth official record attempt and one of three I plan on going for this year.
Lap of My Mind is an epic relay of 10 riders cycling a non-stop lap round the UK in just 20 days. With almost guaranteed bad weather, we are doing it the hard way! Starting on the Clifton Suspension Bridge on 1st December 2018 and finishing on December 21st – the darkest day of the year.
We decided to sail around the world from the North Pole to the South Pole. We already crossed the Atlantic ocean. Then we get stuck in the ice of Greenland during 130 days. Finally, we crossed the perilous NorthWest passage. All of this in total autonomy ! Our next big adventure ? We will sail from San Francisco Harbor and will be four months at sea (with no stop), crossing the entire Pacific ocean from top to bottom. Then, we'll pass the Cape Horn to cross the Atlantic Ocean heading to Cape Town in South Africa. A journey of more than 16,000 miles ! Along our route, winds can easily reach 90 miles per hour, and waves can surge 50 feet high. After that, we'll ride up the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean. Then crossing it for a return to Brittany in October 2018.
5,500 miles from Tokyo to San Francisco. 1,000 miles through the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. 1,440 hours in the water. 180 days in the Ocean. 8 hours swim per day
The Drifters are a team of ‘almost-made-it’ sportsmen who gather once a year to push themselves to the limit in the hope of achieving endurance based sporting goals (and to escape the office for a few days).
On November 3, 2018, Edie Hu will become the first woman to attempt to swim around Hong Kong Island since 1976.
Cycling 35,000km from the Netherlands to New Zealand visiting about 40 countries along the way.
Last year, in support of Intermission Youth Theatre, Vardags embarked upon one of our most ambitious challenges yet. Le Tour de Vardags: a fundraising cycle tour between our nationwide offices covering 5 days, 4 English cities and 387 miles. An unmitigated success (save a broken finger and a few wrong turns) Le Tour returns this year with an even bigger band of cyclists.
I will pedal a cycle rickshaw from Edinburgh through 14 countries and their capital cities to Istanbul. This will make a total distance of aproximately 3200 miles (5000kms) The current record is 1613.82 miles (2597.2kms)
Once again, Regan and Graham are undertaking a cycling challenge to raise funds and awareness for Bloodwise, the blood cancer charity. Having completed London to Paris for the past two years, in 2018 we are going bigger: Land's End to John O'Groats is one of the UK's most iconic - and challenging - routes. The ride, in September 2018, will see us cover 980 miles in 9 days. And sleeping in tents! While we are doing this supported - so not having to carry or erect the tents ourselves - it is still going to be an epic event.
Breaking the World Record for the Fastest Bike Ride of Route 66 in September 2018, all for Mind & NAMI.
Tour de Zogs are cycling from London to Paris (just under 400 miles in 4 days) this summer in remembrance of our good Friend and Brother George Zographou
Jan and Eveline cycle a lot in Europe; this time they will cycle back home (Utr. Heuvelrug, NL) from Prague, CZ.
Lets see how far I can 'push' Victor my single-speed in 24hrs. Currently my PB stands at 280 miles (312 for a geared bike). I have chossen a tight flat route of roughly 20 miles to represent the monotony of life and how easy it is to feel trapped on the 'hamster wheel' of life and sometimes (like (quite possibly) on this ride) it is good to go off on a tangent, break free and relieve the boredom of normal life.
In July I will cycle around Ireland, from Dublin to Dublin, in 12 days. Solo and unsupported.
- Muscles, ordinary for most people, but for some a dream - Muscular diseases have a big impact on (young) people their lives. Too many (young) people who can't persue their dream. We can help, by raising funds for research. That's why I get into action by inline-skating to the North Cape. And to raise as much money as possible for research on muscular diseases.
Thé European rally raid for non-professional riders with allroad motorcycles that crosses all of Europe from east to west starting in Brasov Romania and finishing in Gibraltar. Tons of dust and mud satisfying the thirst for adventure during 7.000 kilometres in 2 weeks.
Lithuanian fire fighter and ultra-runner Aidas Ardzijauskas will run 100 km dedicated to 100 years of Restored Lithuania from Vilnius (capital of Lithuania) to the Event place Prienai district.
Justin is hiking the John Muir Trail. 220 miles from Mt. Whitney to Yosemite National Park.
Starting in Jackson, Mississippi and finishing at White River Junction, Vermont, I'll attempt to set a new Guinness World Record for visiting the 48 lower states of the USA using scheduled surface transport. I'll hop on my first Greyhound coach at 06:50am on 8th March and will have 14 days to complete the challenge. The rules state that I have to physically set foot in each state, so they'll be no oversleeping on the train as it passes through 3 states! The longest bus ride of the journey, without transfers, will be from Jacksonville, Florida to Detroit, Michigan which passes through 8 states and takes 30 hours. The longest train journey will be from Spokane, Washington to Milwaukee, Minnesota, passing through 6 states and taking 35 hours. At the same time, I aim to set the record for the longest journey by scheduled public transport in a single country.
Cycling the USA Southern Tier, 4863 km (3000 miles) from San Diego, California - along the Mexican border - to St. Augustine, Florida.
An attempt to break the National 3 Peaks running record. Ben Nevis to Scafell Pike and then to Snowdon, all on foot and almost entirely off-road.
Why? It was a simple idea, after looking through their Christmas catalogue of lovely food ideas I noticed a map of stores; 28 in total and joked; “I wonder if you could visit them all in a day and get a free coffee in each one?” Iain then looked at me and I knew that was that; as an endurance cyclist he saw the challenge. There are 28 stores from Penrith, Cumbria to Knutsford, Cheshire and over to Ripon, Yorkshire. It’s a total of 426 miles with approximately 24,321 Ft of climbing, and this is on a single speed bike! Iain is no stranger to pushing himself and also supporting good causes; this time its Rethink - a charity which raises awareness of mental illness. He will do this non-stop over 48 hours and let’s see how many coffees he can manage. Please support him if you can. From, a loving wife. March 2018
An independent expedition to Siberia, Russia, in spring 2018. The intention is to complete a full crossing of a frozen Lake Baikal, which is the largest volume and deepest freshwater lake in the world. This will be a serious undertaking in the frigid and remote Siberian wilderness, covering 700 km over 25-30 days.
Cycling south from Santiago de Chile, hopefully all the way to Ushuaia. My friend Amy Juden will be with me until Christmas as well.
I am Aidas Ardzijauskas, a 46-year-old Lithuanian firefighter, and ultra-distance runner. My challenge is 2 Marathons a Day for 100 Days (~190 marathons) Starting in Dakar and Finishing in Vilnius - a total of 7,895km.
Track me while cycling Trans-Uganda, a 1,312 mile loop via a mix of singletrack trails, jeep tracks, and the most rugged dirt roads by bikepacking.com
The purpose of the project is change and all the transformation necessary for the awakening to happen. Nothing better than sharing the moment of all the reflection that a trip can bring. This is the idea that sums up the whole project: a great collective and itinerant awakening, through an incredible bike trip.
Simon Holliday aims to set a new world record of swimming around Hong Kong Island on November 11, 2017, to raise 1 million HKD for Splash Foundation, a charity that provides free learn-to-swim and water safety lessons to the under-served communities in Hong Kong.
Exploring the network of logging roads deep inside the Heart of Borneo, by mountain bike, to recce the Sandukui Pinnacle and document the causes and impact of deforestation on the people and environment.
Joining an expedition with the aim of summiting Manaslu, 8156m. Target is to enjoy the expedition and the experience with all the spices it offers. An added bonus will be summiting and returning to base :-)
Tour de Vardags, a tour of England celebrating Vardags new offices and raising money for the charity Intermission, starting in Newcastle on 14th September, reaching Manchester on 15th September then Cambridge on 17th September, before rolling into Vardags London HQ on the 18th September 2017.
Guinness World Record attempt: LEJOG by bicycle
Rick Creemers from The Netherlands, age 23, is going to cycle solo around the world. He will be cycling 55.000 km over the next two years!
In August 2017, I’ll be running 1,130 miles to raise awareness and money for The Brain Tumour Charity. For Castle to Castle, I’ll run between the castles in all the UK and Ireland’s capital cities – from The Tower of London to Edinburgh Castle, Belfast Castle, Dublin Castle and Cardiff Castle, aiming to return to The Tower of London in a gruelling 22 days. The challenge is a way of raising as much money as possible for The Brain Tumour Charity and remembering my amazing sister Tracey, who sadly died in 2003. When she passed away, Tracey was only 34 years of age. Over the last few months, I’ve not been able to stop thinking about the fact that this year I, too, will be 34. Having done smaller fundraising events, I now feel it’s time for me to really make a difference, and hopefully prevent someone else from experiencing what my family did 14 years ago.
PCT makes a child free. Op 24 juli is het eindelijk zover! Wij, Ben en Frank stappen dan in het vliegtuig richting Los Angeles. Aldaar aankomend willen we zo snel mogelijk per trein richting Bakersfield afreizen. Vandaar rest een korte afstand om aan onze wandeltocht van 500 km. te kunnen beginnen. Wandelen gaan we op de Pacific Crest Trail, in midden Californië. Daarmee gaat onze lang gekoesterde wens in vervulling om een maand lang fysiek en kameraadschappelijk bezig te zijn in the ” great wild Nature”. Dat we ook voor een goed doel lopen ( warchild) sterkt ons in onze motivatie straks ook door te gaan als het lopen misschien wat ongemakkelijk wordt.
Fase #1 of the preparations. The support vessel Discoverer will be tracked while on its way from the UK to USA.
Starting on Friday 26th May 2017, Graham Drew and Keith Leddington will start a 920mile/1500km ride on a tandem bike. The ride begins in in Land’s End – the south-western most point in the UK – and hopefully(!) finishes 11 days later at John O’Groats – the most Northern point in the UK.
"The essence of Tuscany encapsulated in one 600km ride, passing through enchanted forests and century old towns and villages. A challenge against yourself, emotions to treasure forever." Andrea Borchi
Cycling 3000 km (1850 miles) South along the USA Pacific Coast from Vancouver to San Diego.
44 marathons in 44 countries in 44 days, one in every European country. All to raise money for Mental Health Initiatives. Please donate & support.
VELOCO cycling the dream. Cycling from Ushuaia (Argentina) to Quito (Ecuador) during 1 year!
This is a visual journey to get a better understanding and create awareness on the impact and meaning of photography and tell the stories of those living along the Togolese Rail - 500km crossing a wide range of social- and environmental geographies.
An 8 day solo arctic expedition to ski across the Hardangervidda plateau. Ash will cover between 120-150 km across an area first used by Roald Amundsen as a training ground for his successful (and first to reach the pole) South Pole Expedition in 1911.
Guinness World Record attempt: On April 6th 2017 Dave Reading will run the 836 mile journey from Land's End to John o' Groat's in a World Record Attempt. The current Men's World Record is held at 9 Days 2 Hours 26 Minutes.
Guinness World Record Attempt - Fastest Circumnavigation of the World by Tandem Bicycle.
Climbing Aconcagua, the highest summit in South America, the highest mountain in the world outside of Asia.
An international team will undertake the world's first source-to-sea descent of the River Ganges by stand-up paddleboard. Expected to last approximately 3 months, the ~2500 km expedition will see the team set off from Gangotri Glacier and trek down to Devprayag from where they will launch onto the Ganges to paddle the thousands of kilometres down to the Bay of Bengal.
A Year in the Saddle - From 07:00 on 1 Jan 2016 I will spent 365 attempting to beat the Guinness World Record for furthest distance cycled in a year (female). The distance to beat has been set to 50,000 km.
One man ~ Senegal to Brazil ~ 2000 miles. First person to swim the Atlantic Ocean, every single mile, Africa to Brazil.
Cycle challenge from Marrakech, Morocco to Madrid, Spain in order to raise funds for MND Scotland for my friend Fraser whom has just recently been diagnosed with this dreadful disease.
Bicycle Tour from Bergen in the Netherlands to Mumbai in India. Ronald (1961) and his youngest son Maurice (1993) will use both a Santos Travelmaster 2.6. Why Mumbai? We like the challenge and love the people of that amazing country.
The challenge is to go from the source of the Ganges (the Glacier at Gaumukh) down to Sagar Island in the Bay of Bengal. A trip of 2525km approximately. I will be doing this by trekking down from the Glacier 22km to Gangortri and then push biking 276km to Devaprayag and finally paddling in a kayak the rest of the way around 2229km. I will be departing my home in Mumbai to start this trip on the 15th of October 2016.
Cycling from San Fran to New York, 3200 miles, 28 days, 1st September 2016. Raising money for children with deafness or cancer.
Biking the Great Divide Mountainbike Route, the longest off-pavement route in the world. Raising money for MS research.
Tour for Life: cycling in 8 days from Italy to The Netherlands. 1380 km with 15.500 meters of climbing over the Alps. Raising money for cancer research.
Tour for Life: cycling in 8 days from Italy to The Netherlands. 1380 km with 15.500 meters of climbing over the Alps. Raising money for cancer research.
CjogleC - 1,800 miles in 8 days. Carnforth to John O'Groats, down to Lands End, then home.
The first-ever journey from the source of the River Shannon to the sea, by stand-up paddleboard. The Shannon mission is part of the preparation for the first-descent of the River Ganges in India and Bangladesh, raising awareness for plastic waster and water pollution.
Follow Frank aka 'Racing Mokkasin' cycling through New Zealand and Japan.
Velodysee loop - 1000 miles
We are on an expedition attempting to climb Mt. Aconcagua to raise awareness towards the flight against cancer.
NEW Guinness World Record: 'Circumnavigating the world by bicycle'± 123 days, 0 hrs, 50 min.
Guinness World Record attempt: 'Greatest distance cycled in one week by elliptical cycle'.
Relentless R24 - Off road 24 hour challenge Nevis Range, Fort William. Finished with 124 miles.
Guinness World Record attempt: 'The fastest to cycle 10000 km's. Aborted.
Guinness World Record attempt: 'Fiona teams up with climber legend Hans Florine to share his 100th ascent of The Nose of El Capitain'.
Cycle Challenge Japan - 3,600km, 175,000ft of climbs in 21 days solo and unsupported! Note: Ollie's SPOT Gen3 satellite messenger broke down due to water damage.
Guinness World Record attempt: 'Lands End to John O' Groats and back. Aborted due to illness.
New Guinness World Record: 'Fastest crossing of Ireland by elliptical cycle'. Finished in 2 days, 4 hours and 32 minutes!
Guinness World Record attempt: 'Circumnavigating the world by bicycle'.
New Guinness World Record: 'Most countries visited by bicycle in 24 hrs', result: 7!
3 New Guinness World Records: farthest distance travelled on a MTB in 12, 24 & 48 hours. 12 hours: 174.7 miles (281.15 km), 24 hours: 312.9 miles (523.56 km) & 48 hours: 503.9 miles (810.9 km).
New Guinness World Record: 'The fastest cycle across Europe from Nordkapp, Norway to Tarifa, Spain'. New record time: 21 days, 14 hours & 29 minutes.