Hungarian citizen travels to 7 countries in 24 hours to set new world record

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A Hungarian citizen has set a world record by traveling to seven countries in 24 hours on a bicycle.

David Quarry said he had been planning a route for the past several weeks, which would allow him to cross Poland, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia in the shortest possible time. David traveled 310 miles in one day to cross countries.

David said he had divided the roads into three levels. One the best, the other acceptable and the third one that doesn’t want to go. They tried to stay on the best roads in their travels and not get into heavy traffic. The Guinness administration has confirmed David’s cycling has set a world record for travel to most countries in 24 hours. Earlier, the record was with German cyclist Michael Moll, who traveled to six countries in 24 hours

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