Fancy a 25-hour road race? The Red Bull Timelaps might be for you

October event pitches teams of four riders against each other, seeing who can complete the most laps of a circuit in Windsor Great Park over 25 hours

Teams of four will compete in a 25-hour race on a circuit in Windsor Great Park

(Image credit: Patrik Lundin/Red Bull)

For the second year in a row teams of four riders will take part in a 25-hour road race in Windsor Great Park over the weekend of Saturday, October 27, and Sunday, October 28.

The Red Bull Timelaps takes advantage of the clocks going back an hour that weekend to create a unique 25-hour race – which is claiming to be the longest one-day race in the world.

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