Man completes four Everesting rides in one week

American Logan Kasper rode 1,285km in total, climbing over 36,000 metres

Logan Kasper (Rob Kulik)

While Everesting records are now in the hands of Grand Tour greats such as Alberto Contador, bringing new best times outside the realms of possibility for most cyclists, there is still room within the discipline for amazing two-wheeled feats.

American Logan Kasper has pushed this beyond any reasonable limit, completing four Everesting rides in seven days, cycling more than 1,285km and ascending 36,218 vertical metres during the challenge.

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