Fastest Crossing Of Honduras By Motor Vehicle

United States Marc

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El Espino, Madriz, Nicaragua / November 8, 2008

Marc and Lucas crossed Honduras by motorcycle in 4 hours and 55 minutes. They began in El Amatillo at the El Salvador border, and exited to Nicaragua through the town of at El Espino. The clock stopped when they reached the border. See their route here.

Marc and Lucas set the record on November 8, 2008. Marc rode a BMW 1150GS[] and Lucas was on a KTM 990.

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  • United States Corey Henderson

    Corey Henderson

    There needs to be some criteria here? What counts as "crossing"? Can I go to the South and just zoom across faster?

  • United States Daniel Nodal

    Daniel Nodal

    cool record!!

  • well done - how many miles is that trip?

  • United States Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    Alexander Paul Kleinschmidt

    I think the broader the better unless explicitly specified by the record-setter. That OR you could create two records, one of which is as specific as you want and the other of which is as broad as possible. For example, someone that sets a record for "Longest Time Standing on left foot while eating an apple and playing Mario Kart" should also be considered for the broader record of "Longest Time Standing on One Foot" as long as the category is 100% applicable and the record is in fact a new record for both.

  • As the record setter, I welcome anyone to break this record. Snowmobile, car, this thing. Whatever you want. I think it should be as open as possible. My two qualifications are that it can't be by airplane (lame) and you need to be a tourist (sorry Hondureños).

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    We had an interesting discussion at URDB HQ about whether this category title should be Fastest Crossing Of Honduras By Motor Vehicle or Fastest Crossing Of Honduras By Motorcycle. Anyone have thoughts on this? Do you prefer record categories that are more broad or extremely specific? If somebody beat this record in a sports car, would it seem fair, or should that be a new record?

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