The Weird World of Bike "Everesting"

Allan I. Fleming

The biking entire world has turned its eye towards an obscure challenge called Everesting. Simply put, it’s the act of pedaling up 29,029 feet—the height of the world’s tallest peak. On Could 11, retired professional bike owner Phil Gaimon set a new swiftest recognised time of 7 hours 52 minutes. Spectacular, correct? Very well, four days later on, Utah bike owner Keegan Swenson rapidly bested him, with a time of 7 several hours 40 minutes. I Already Lost It is Gaimon’s take on how he feels about pulling off and then passing on his monumental document.

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