Sunday, October 25, 2009
Longest journey on mini-bikes-world record set by
Ryan Galbraith and Chris Stinson
STURGIS, South Dakota, USA--Ryan Galbraith
and Chris Stinson set off from Denver, Colorado and
travelled 445.2 miles to Sturgis, South Dakota over 25 hours
and 29 minutes of riding their 49cc mini-bikes-setting the
world record for the Longest
journey on mini-bikes.
20mph, the guys and crew endured the journey and established
a new world record classification.
To apply for an official world record, the
two required an accurate and tiny personal tracking device
to record their route and time.
“AnyDATA provided a log file and breadcrumbs
map that validated our record
longest journey on mini-bikes. Since we were on mini-bikes,
we had to extremely limit what we carried,” he added. “The
APT-210 is so small and light, I hardly noticed it was in
“We are pleased to support this world
record for mini-bikes using our innovative tracking solution,”
said Dr. Soon B. Shin, CEO of AnyDATA.
“By providing the technology to help Ryan and
his team go for their world record, AnyDATA
demonstrated we offer a simple, yet powerful tracking solution
for motorcyclists, bikers, or anyone travelling from home.”
The APT-210 won first place for product
innovation at the 2009 CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) awards.
The LBS tracking solution provides personal freedom and safety
for elderly adults, children, or pets who may tend to wander.
The tiny device features an alert button triggered by the
user that immediately notifies a monitoring service or the
caretaker. It can even track indoors. Related world records: Longest
tea run-world record set by Rebecca Wass