The last rider crossed the finish. 7400km completed!
Congratulations to you Lawrence on your amazing journey and life experience!
“This is the toughest and the longest unsupported cycling race in the world. It’s a three month long journey and an adventure of a lifetime. Words cannot express how I am feeling now, or what I have experienced in a single post. There were a lot of ups and downs in this journey. Nothing is easy and I have learned a lot. This race had made me a tougher person and cyclist”
One last climb and the downhill to Tarifa. That’s it what Remi Tarras has in front. When we saw Remi 5 days ago at Teruel, he told us what problems he had with his bike. For example he had to change the bottom brakets 2 times. But also Remi was not to stop.
Only 70km to the finish in Tarifa for Jasmijn. She struggled with many issues during her journey. Troubles with the shoes or a crash in the downhill from El Canto in Spain slowed her down. But she kept focused on her goal to reach Tarifa.
We met Max yesterday evening in Ardales and joined a drink with him. As every rider has amazing stories to tell. He never rode in the night and had 7 hours sleep every day. Max is now in the final downhill to the finish in Tarifa,
photos: between the start and Alta and yesterday evening in Ardales
Roberto de Osti is the next rider arriving at the finish Tarifa.
3 years waiting for this adventure. Then he got stock 2nd day entering Finland. The freewheel at his bike did not worked anymore. When i saw him in Norway, he hoped to make it till Rovaniemi. The luck was not with him.
He found a way out and is finishing tonight in Tarifa. Maybe not in the time that his dream was, but at the end finishing this route counts.