Are you capable of riding the Ben 10 in a day?

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On Dec 30th the first bikers set a new record for completing the Ben 10 Eco Challenge in a day. Stefan and Behan Boshoff were the manne in question. Just a few days later 2 KZN bikers also managed it - Jon Woodgate and Kevin Wallis. Local biker Chris Isted contests that if you didn't ride the whole of each pass, you did not complete the route. He has just submitted an entry with that in mind, showing his GPS track log. In essence Chris says you can't only do the ascent, take your photo and consider that pass ticked off the list (2 good examples are Naude's Nek and Lundin's Nek passes). You must ride every pass completely according to the GPS coordinates on the website.

Stefan produced a great video which you can watch via this link, which will take you to our latest news page and from there a second link will take you to the Ben 10 page and Stefan's video. At MPSA we would like to congratulate all the riders who have been able to achieve this. It requires good planning, stamina and reliable equipment.

OK - who is next?

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Trygve (Robby) Roberts
Editor www.MountainPassesSouthAfrica.co.za
Mobile 083 658 8888

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