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Posted on 29 July 2018
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The Transcontinental Race is an annual, self-supported, ultra-distance cycling race across Europe. It is one of the world's toughest ultra-endurance races.

Start: 29th July 22:00 Muur van Geraardsbergen Belgium

Checkpoint 1: Bielerhöhe Pass, Austria

Checkpoint 2: Mangart Sedlo, Slovenia

Checkpoint 3: Karkonosze Pass, Poland

Checkpoint 4: Bielašnica, Bosnia

Finish: Meteora, Kalabaka, Greece        

Estimated distance: 3,900km / 42,000m elevation

Roger Seaton grew up in Germany and the UK, after turning down a scholarship in music he joined the British Army and later freelanced in the private sector where time off allowed him to pursue his passion for climbing, diving and parachuting among other crazy adventures, most notably canoeing two thirds of the Zambesi and running across the Mojave Desert. Today Roger spends his time in Cheshire with his family, running ultramarathons, climbing and lots of cycling, preferable on his favourite bike...the CHPT3 Brompton.

Follow his journey here.