TULSA, Okla. — A Tulsa grandad is getting ready to cycle around the world, attempting to break a world record and raising money for Tulsa’s Turkey Mountain Trails .
55 year-old Brian Hoover has floated the whole Mississippi River in a kayak and Hiked the Pacific Crest Trial but has never left the united states. A Tulsa cyclist is attempting to ride around the world, raising money for Turkey Mountain Trails Hoover and a man from Missouri, Dustin Johnson, are about to go around the world, traveling 16,300 miles.
Johnson is running, trying to be the fastest runner to go around the world with only 40 days off from running. A Tulsa cyclist is attempting to ride around the world, raising money for Turkey Mountain Trails That would make him the fastest person to ever run around the world and the first American to do that.
Hoover says he’s not doing it to break records, “it wouldn’t surprise me if I break some records maybe for the oldest maybe the first person from Oklahoma and I hate to say this records are great I’m not really doing it for the record I’m doing it for just the sheer entertainment and to hopefully raise some money for turkey mountain urban wilderness area.”
They’re starting out heading east to Fort Lauderdale, they’re hoping that will help them build up their leg strength. That should take about 6 weeks. Around may, they will then head out of the country to Peru.
Then Europe; Germany, France, Austria ending […]