Mike Hall Smashes round-the-world Record


If you ride your bike with the sole purpose of getting a chance to take your bike in a race, you may always require some motivation from time to time. So, here we have a little dose of inspiration and motivation for all our readers.

Mike Hall, Yorkshireman, has just broken the world record in the ’round-the-world bike ride competition’. Arriving before one o’ clock, the 31-year old cyclist circled the world in 91 days and 18 hours – he covered 200 miles a day. An enthusiastic crowd at Greenwich Park greeted him – Hall’s mother was also there cheering for her record-holder son.

To read more about what Hall said after this achievement, simply check the link….

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