May 30, 2023

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Three hours faster than expected

After a 2,300-kilometre ride that started Friday evening in Konyakou, Poland, at 10:00 pm, Thierry Sarasin of Maassen hit the brakes on Saturday night at 8:04 pm in Eijsden, Netherlands, breaking the world record again. . In about 22 hours he crossed Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Belgium to the Netherlands. Last year, the motorcyclist from Motor News broke the world record of 11 countries in 24 hours set by Italy’s Valerio Boni. Terry then drove through 13 countries. It’s an achievement he’s now honed most on the comfortable Kawasaki Versys 1000.

“Unlike last year, riding this bike was really more comfortable. There was no saddle or neck pain this time and I’m also less tired,” Sarasin says. latest news. “I now set the record three hours faster than expected, so actually 16th Country would have been an option. But I will now look for other challenges first.”

Thierry crossed 15 countries.RV’s photo

Thierry reached the finish line in the Netherlands.  Photo by Thierry Sarasin

Thierry reached the finish line in the Netherlands.Photo by Thierry Sarasin

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