Underwater cycling

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A cyclist wearing a scuba tank, fully submerged in a pool, pedals past a bicycle warning road sign.
Ashrita Furman set Guinness World Records' farthest distance cycled underwater, 3.04 km, in 2011.[1]

Underwater cycling is stunt, usually done for charity, in which a rider wears scuba diving gear and rides a bicycle in an underwater course. The Underwater Bike Race is an annual charity fundraiser held in North Carolina.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Farthest distance cycling underwater". Guinness World Records. Retrieved October 22, 2014.