Briton's Neil Campbell breaks cycling speed record
Great Britain’s Neil Campbell has broken men’s cycling land speed record with the help of custom-built bike, which was pulled to speed by a Porsche Cayenne. He has become the fastest cyclist man ever setting a new cycling land speed that took place at Elvington Airfield in North Yorkshire. He travelled at 174.3 mph. It was monitored by independent adjudicators and timekeepers. This attempt also broke his own European motor-paced record last year, clocking a speed of 149 mph. Watch the video.
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Mon, Aug 19, 2019, 10:16 AM
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