Adil Teli, 23, eyes Guiness Book of World Records entry

If Adil Teli completes the 3,600-km journey by 8 AM, March 30, 2021, he will improve on the existing world record by five hours.

March 29, 2021


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Adil Teli, a 23-year-old qAce cyclist from Narbal, Baramulla, Kashmir, is all set to make it to the Guinness Book of World Records. According to a report in The Greater Kashmir. Adil is currently undertaking a 3,600-km-long journey, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, on cycle.

Adil Teli, 23, eyes Guiness Book of World Records entry

Adil had commenced his journey at 7 AM on Monday, March 22, 2021. from the Clock Tower at Lal Chowk, Srinagar. He aims to make it to his destination by 8 AM on Tuesday, March 30. If he does that he will set a new record world record, that too by a five-hour margin.

The current record belongs to Om Hitendra Mahajan, a 17-year-old from Nashik, Maharashtra. In November 2020, Mahajan had cycled the same distance in eight days, seven hours, 38 minutes.

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Adil has cycled at national level several times, both for his state and Kashmir University. He had covered the 440-km distance between Srinagar and Leh in 26 hours 30 minutes. His current journey has been sponsored by Abraq Agro.

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