The youngest British rider to journey round the world by using bike will go back home on Monday March eleven, having covered 18,000 miles (30,000 kilometres) by way of bike. Charlie Condell has traversed 20 exceptional nations over nine months, on the age of 18, taking the document from Tom Davies, who was 19-year-vintage on crowning glory. The new document holder says he commenced his ‘hole yr’ experience proceeding to trip round Europe, having made the decision a month earlier than his assessments. He offered his motorbike simply two weeks before leaving.
Condell will roll onto the Clifton Suspension Bridge, in Bristol – which marked his begin point in July – at round 4pm on Monday March eleven, to be greeted by buddies and circle of relatives. It’s been an eventful adventure. Condell, who finished the experience absolutely unassisted on a Cervelo with clip on aero bars and bikepacking bags, had his motorbike and passport stolen even as in Australia and turned into also a sufferer of an attempted mugging and a car crash over the direction of his journey. The former Clifton college pupil advised his instructors: “My whole frame aches and I’ve misplaced 20kg to this point.
I actually have placed on frame fats and lost muscle, however now I’m healthier than ever. It is an first rate feeling, nearly high-quality human!” Charlie has raised money for the ride through a Just Giving web page, at time of writing accomplishing ninety six consistent with cent of his £4000 target. Any extra money might be donated to Mobile Midwives, a charity that gives motorcycles to midwives in Africa.