If you’re going to break The Guinness Book of World Records for “Greatest Distance in 24 hours on a Motorcycle (individual) on a track” then you might as well test out a riding suit while doing it. That’s exactly what 47-year-old endurance driver Carl Reese did as he set the new record on Feburary 25, 2017.
Professional endurance driver Carl Reese of Santa Clarita, California, and Sebastian Montero of Quito, Ecuador, set a new world record for riding on motorcycles from the closest point on Earth to the sun to an elevation at sea-level in a single day.
Carl and Deena Reese are taking a roadtrip across the United States and have invited everyone to come along. Starting in Buffalo, New York, the endurance riders will be stopping at various dealers to speak with the public on their way back to California.
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