Latvian rides his way to Guiness history

  • 2008-11-27
Latvian Bruno Šulcs has made the history books. In late August, Šulcs took his place in the Guinness Book of World Records for a spectacular feat in high-altitude cycling. The extreme mountain biker climbed the 7,546 meter Mt. Muztagata in Xinjiang, China, and rode his bike down from the summit to mark the highest place a person has ever been with a bicycle.Latvians currently hold a number of Guinness World Records. For example, Spilva made the largest rasolssalad (a popular side dish consisting mostly of sour cream) in history in 2002. Vīnakalns hold the record as the northernmost ...
 
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