The record was broken in June 2019 (although only held for a few weeks). Unfortunately, the original fundraising target of £20,000 was still way out of reach. Therefore, I reduced this to £5,000, which I'm pleased to say has now been met. This equates to £1.25 for every mile I cycled.
Thank you all for your support!
In 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.
Learn more about the challenge here: