“22-year-old British Henry Crew will attempt to ride a Ducati Scrambler deserts led 35,000 miles, through 35 counties over six continents, all in the name of men’s health. Raising funds and awareness for the Movember Foundation, he aims to break the existing Guinness World record to become the youngest person to circumnavigate the world by motorcycle.

Having lost three friends to suicide, and experiencing his own mental health struggles, Henry’s goal is to raise £35,000 (£1 for every mile) for the Foundation, which raises funds globally for research and support programs in the areas of prostate cancer, testicular cancer, men’s mental health and suicide prevention.

The challenge, which will take approximately 13 months to complete, began from the Bike Shed Motorcycle Club in Shoreditch on Tuesday 3rd April 2018 and see him visiting the Ducati Factory in Bologna (Italy) during his first part of the trip.

To break the world record, Henry will need to return to the UK by Friday, 10 May 2019.”

Follow us @AutoMotoTV –
Like us on Facebook:
AutoMotoTV –

AutoMotoTV Deutsch:

Likes: 17

Views: 1842

Leave a Reply

  1. Givon Wayne Gilliam

    Did you carry a reserve fuel tank? I have found my desert sled to be inconsistent on the mileage. If I go 6omph I can usually go about 150 miles on a tank. If I go 90-100 mph the range goes way down to only 100 miles. When the amber low fuel light comes on it seems to get about 10 more miles before going empty.

Comments are closed.