Highest Average Age Of Three People Riding A Three-Person Bicycle

United States Bob Swaim

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Hellertown, Pennsylvania, United States / June 3, 2012

Bob Swaim (66), Stanley Wohlbach (92), and Joseph Zeller (93) rode an unorthodox three-person bicycle on the Saucon Rail Trail. The average age of the three riders stood at 83.3 years at the time of the attempt. Read more about the feat here.

- must ride a three-person bicycle
- must ride at least eight miles in distance
- must provide video evidence
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