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British Armed Forces tackle world record | News

Six members of the British Armed Forces will attempt to become the first motorcyclists to ride the length of the world’s longest road by riding 32,186km unsupported up the Pan- American Highway. Echoing the record-setting three- month 1971 expedition led by Colonel Blashford-Snell, albeit this time on CCM GP450 machinery, the team will leave Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America on 13 March and ride to Prudhoe Bay in the northern reaches of Alaska.