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Published on Sep 1, 2014
A 1000km non-stop journey across the Dolomites, Eastern Alps and Swiss Alps.
Exploration is as much about overcoming the unknown challenges of the road ahead as it is about learning of one's own physical and mental capabilities. On August 4th 2014 Mike Cotty faced the longest and hardest ride of his life, a personal challenge to see if it's possible to cycle over 1,000km and 21 mountains non-stop across the Dolomites, Eastern Alps and Swiss Alps from Conegliano, Italy, to Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France. Thunderstorms during the darkest depths of the night, a bitter cold dawn on the Passo dello Stelvio, punishing headwinds and the will to overcome adversity and sleep deprivation from over 50 hours on the bike and 21,250 metres of elevation make this journey an inspiring test of human reserve.
21 Mountains: Passo San Boldo Forcella Franche Passo Duran Forcella Staulanza Passo di Falzarego Passo di Giau Passo di Pordoi Passo di Costalunga Passo dello Stelvio Passo di Gavia Passo dell'Aprica Bernina Pass Maloja Pass Splügen Pass San Bernardino Pass Lukmanier Pass Oberalp Pass Gottard Pass Nufenen Pass Col de la Forclaz Col des Montets