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Last week we asked our Facebook users “What is the farthest you’ve ever cycled in one day?“. The posting got more than 200 commments! We did a little recap and put your kilometres together – you all together cycled more than 200.000 km! 😱


Here are a some of the highlights:

“450 km in 28 hours without stop.” – Iulian E.

“Farthest in one day was 178 Km from Gdansk in Poland to Kaliningrad in Russia.” – Stefan M.

“125 km with heavy Rucksack and headwind between Bolzano and Lago di Garda.”  Christiane B.

“168 km, around lake Balaton, Hungary.” – Szilvia N.

“Just above 300km – participated in Vätternrundan every year for the 18 last years.” – Per B.

“400 km. Just turned 70 years now I’m gonna try 500 km.” – Michael B.
“120km through the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia Canada.”  Lynda B.
“10 km from home to office.”  Oliver F.
“525km – Scotland end to end in 23.5 hours.” – Vic L.
“470km, von Stadtilm nach Ravensburg!”  Stefan P.

“481,9km bei den 25 Stunden von Feldkirchen.” – Markus Z.

“562 km beim Race Around Austria.” – Thomas W.

“140km in Sweden – fully loaded bike – but then I am an old lady and enjoy listening to the birds and smelling the flowers.” – Chris L.

“When I look at the comments I’m shy to tell about my 147 km in 7 hours.” – Sanni E.

“300km, Hualien Taitung roundtrip.” – Biking Taiwan

“154 km bei über 30 Grad im Schatten im August 2012 im deutschen Mittelgebirge mit vollem Gepäck.” – Steffen F. 
“320km, twice around New Zealand‘s Lake Taupo.” – Jonathan D.

24-hour cycling record

One user tagged Christoph Strasser. Why? The 34-year-old Austrian set the world record for 24-hour cycling. 941,873 kilometers in 24 hours – this is exactly the distance from Graz in Austria to Rom. 🚴


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