Mike Hall set to smash Fastest Circumnavigation of the World by Bicycle record in 92 days

Mike Hall set off from the Royal Observatory in Greenwich on 18 February, embarking on am 18,000 mile cycle that would hopefully take him into the record books as the fastest circumnavigation of the globe.

Currently, barring any incidents, he is on target to smash the current Guinness World Record, 106 days, completing the huge ride in about 92 days. That means he’s been averaging nigh on 200 miles a day. Every day!

Currently Mike is scheduled to arrive back in the UK on Monday 4 June, and should be in Greenwich at about 7.30pm.

Track his progress here


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