Special forces veteran smashes cycling world record

March 30, 2018

 

 

 

A former special forces soldier from the north east has broken the world record for cycling the length of South America.

 

Forty-year-old Dean Stott, from Aberdeen, traversed the continent on his bike in 48 days and 54 minutes, smashing the previous record by ten days.

 

It marks the end of the first phase of his bid to conquer the 14,000-mile Pan-American highway in a record time of 110 days in order to raise money for a mental health charity.

 

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