Can one make a world record by riding a bicycle? Yes. why not? If that's the question, you're right, because one such world record has been made recently by Neil Campbell, a 45-year-old cyclist from England, who cycled at a speed of 280.55 km per hour and even a 24-year-old world record and created a new history.
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Neil Campbell had to equal the Porsche car on the runway to make it a world record, and the race was held at the 3.2-km-long Elvington Airfield in North Yorkshire. According to media reports, the bicycle that Campbell set on is worth around Rs 13 lakh and is designed to drive at a particularly high speed.
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Earlier, the world record was named after the Netherlands cyclist Fred Rompelberg, who also equaled a high-speed car by cycling at a speed of 268.76 km per hour in 1995. But the world record of fastest cycling is the name of a woman named American cyclist Dennis Mueller Kornek and cycled at a speed of 296.010 km per hour in 2018. Now Neil Campbell's vision hinges on breaking this world record.
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