The Michelin 24 Hour Endurance Challenge | One Hell of a Marathon | Ep.4

The Michelin 24 Hour Endurance Challenge | One Hell of a Marathon | Ep.4
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Here it is! The Final Episode to my Michelin ‘Long Lasting Performance’ series. My 24 hour Michelin Endurance Challenge. 1 Car, 1 Motorbike and one pair of trainers. Can I cover more than 750km’s within my time limit? Watch the video to find out!!

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20 Replies to “The Michelin 24 Hour Endurance Challenge | One Hell of a Marathon | Ep.4”

  1. AJHD

    Mate, word of advice , I ride 24/7 all year round , UK weather , had many crashes and surgery and all that comes with it so I guess I can give some advice… Next time, ride the bike first, ride throughout the day , do not ride at night, do not use a tinted visor, I used to ride with a tinted visor for my first 2 years , it looks cool but it's one of the worst things you can do… Keep up the great work and stay safe mate, bikes aren't like cars, you mess up you're in big trouble … Peace

  2. Raffa

    True true im new rider as well gsxr 750 k7 my first bike
    And its not eazy
    First season behind me and feel much more confident u will get there mate
    Ride safe peace


    Congratulations on your completing your challenge. Well done you. Riding the bike during the day may have been a better idea but hindsite is a great thing. Well done again. Looking forward to seeing what challenge you do next year. Keep up the good work. Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you.

  4. Neil Patching

    Merry christmas to you and your family Paul. Thank you for a wonderful series and for all the other content you have put out this year. I am struggling this xmas with looking to have spinal surgery, that i am a bit apprehensive about, but it needs to be done and I am looking forward to the recovery and the prospect of being a better me. Thank you for providing me with a bit more motivation to be the best I can be. Cheers mate ?

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