Dr Pat W Jordan

Most Motorcycle Journeys from end to end of Great Britain

Records

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Record NameRecord Description
Most Motorcycle Service Area's Visited

Record Name:



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: Most A-road service areas visited in 10 hours (max. 8 hours riding)



 



 



Record Description:



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 30 A-road service areas by motorcycle within 10 hours.



 



The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 8 hours riding time within the 10 hours and that counted service areas must be signposted from A-roads by an official Department of Transport ‘Services’ sign.



 



The details of the ride are as follows:




  • Date: 31 December 2017

  • Time: 11:02 to 21:02

  • Location: England

  • Total A-road service areas visited: 30

  • Total miles: 355

  • Total time: 10 hours

  • Total rest breaks: 129 minutes

  • Total riding time: 7 hours, 51 minutes

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400 (year: 2012)



 



 

Automobile Road Rallying
 



AUTOMOBILE ROAD RALLYING: SCOTLAND END TO END



 



WORLD RECORDS:



Combined True and Traditional End to End of Scotland by Automobile in the Shortest Journey Time



Combined True and Traditional End to End of Scotland by Motor Vehicle in the Shortest Journey Time



Combined True and Traditional End to End of Scotland Using Only Public Roads in the Shortest Journey Time



Combined True and Traditional End to End of Scotland in the Shortest Journey Time



 



Between 31 May and 2 June 2019 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK drove a car between the two furthest apart points as the crow flies within Scotland that can be journeyed between using only public roads. The points are the end of the road to Duncansby Head Lighthouse and the end of the road to Mull of Galloway Lighthouse. This was declared the ‘True’ End to End of Scotland by public road as opposed to the ‘Traditional’ End to End of Scotland, which is John O’Groats to Kirkmaiden. On his journey he also completed a traditional End to End, so completing both the ‘True’ and ‘Traditional’ End to Ends of Scotland in the quickest time.



 



Record Details



Location: Scotland



Combined True and Traditional End to End Start: 20:32, 31 May 2019



Combined True and Traditional End to End End: 17:27, 2 June 2019



Journey Time: 1 day, 20 hours, 55 minutes



Journey Time (hours & minutes): 44 hours, 55 minutes



Journey Time (minutes): 2695 minutes



Car: Ford Focus RS; Year 2016


 

 



Most Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited





MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: MOST HAMMER HOUSE OF HORROR FILMING LOCATIONS VISITED



 



World Records:



Most Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited by Motorcycle



Most Unique Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited by Motorcycle



Locations from Most Hammer House of Horror Episodes Visited by Motorcycle



1st to Visit Locations from All Hammer House of Horror Episodes by Motorcycle



Most Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited in a Weekend by Motorcycle



Most Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited in a Weekend by Motor Vehicle



Most Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited in a Weekend



Most Unique Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited in a Weekend by Motorcycle



Most Unique Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited in a Weekend by Motor Vehicle



Most Unique Hammer House of Horror Filming Locations Visited in a Weekend



Locations from Most Hammer House of Horror Episodes Visited by Motorcycle in a Weekend



Locations from Most Hammer House of Horror Episodes Visited by Motor Vehicle in a Weekend



Locations from Most Hammer House of Horror Episodes Visited in a Weekend



1st to Visit Locations from All Hammer House of Horror Episodes by Motorcycle in a Weekend



1st to Visit Locations from All Hammer House of Horror Episodes by Motor Vehicle in a Weekend



1st to Visit Locations from All Hammer House of Horror Episodes in a Weekend



 



 



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 64 Hammer House of Horror filming locations by motorcycle over a weekend. This sets records for motorcycling, motor vehicles and overall within a weekend. It also sets records over any time-period for motorcycling. For a location to count towards this record it must be shown as a location on the Hammer House of Horror TV Series website. If a place appears in multiple episodes it can count as multiple locations (but as one unique location). For the episodes record an episode will be counted if one or more locations filming locations within it are visited.



 



 



Ride Details



Date: Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 June 2019



Start time: 12:54, Saturday 15 June



End time: 16:25, Sunday 16 June



Location: England



Total Hammer House of Horror Locations Visited: 64



Total Unique Hammer House of Horror Locations Visited: 54



Total Hammer House of Horror Episodes from which a Location Visited: 13



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400, 2012








 

Most Motorcycle Journeys from end to end of Great Britain

Most Motorcycle Journeys from End to End of Great Britain



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan has ridden a motorcycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats (the two farthest apart points on the British mainland) or vice-versa a record total of 8 times.



 



His first journey was in 2005. He completed his 8th on 20 June 2017.



 

Most Motorway Service Areas Visited

Most Motorway Service Areas Visited by Motorcycle within 10 Hours (Maximum 8 Hours Riding).



 



Patrick W. Jordan has visited a record number of motorway service areas by motorcycle in a 10-hour period, within which a maximum of 8 hours riding was permitted.



 



The record was set on Sunday 17 December 2017 in England by visiting 18 motorway service areas in 10 hours. The challenge started at 11:27 and finished at 21:27



 



The details of his record are as follows:



Total motorway service areas visited: 18



Total miles: 341



Total time: 10 hours



Total rest breaks taken: 124 minutes



Total riding time: 7 hours, 56 minutes



Motorcycle used: 2012 Kawasaki ZZR 1400


Most Records in Calendar year

MOST MOTORSPORT WORLD RECORDS SET IN A CALENDAR YEAR: OVERALL AND IN VARIOUS CATEGORIES



WORLD RECORDS:




  • Motorcycling: Most World Records Set by Motorcycle in a Calendar Year: 102

  • Motorcycling: Most World Records Set Using a Single Motorcycle in a Calendar Year: 102

  • Motorcycling: Most Motorcycling World Records Set in a Calendar Year: 39

  • Motorcycling: Most Motorcycling World Records Set in a Calendar Year Using a Single Motorcycle: 39

  • Motor Vehicles: Most World Records Set by Motor Vehicle in a Calendar Year: 104

  • Motor Vehicles: Most World Records Set Using a Single Motor Vehicle in a Calendar Year: 102

  • Motor Vehicles: Most Motor Vehicle Driving/Riding World Records Set in a Calendar Year: 40

  • Motor Vehicles: Most Motor Vehicle Driving/Riding World Records Set in a Calendar Year Using a Single Vehicle: 39

  • Motorsport: Most Motorsport World Records Set in a Calendar Year: 80

  • Motorsport: Most Motorsport World Records Set in a Calendar Year using a Single Motorcycle: 78

  • Motorsport: Most Motorsport World Records Set in a Calendar Year using a Single Vehicle: 78



 



 



In 2018, Dr. Patrick Jordan of London, UK set a world-record number of motorsport world records. He also broke world-record numbers of world records in various motorsport categories as described above.



 



Record Details



Date: 28 May – 24 November 2018



Where: Great Britain



World Records: Set 104 world records in 2018 – 102 by motorcycle and 2 by car. The records were in the categories listed above.



Motorcycle: 102 of the records were set on the motorcycle ‘Black Zeynep’ (Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012), the other 2 in a car(Jaguar X-Type 2.0 Diesel; Year: 2006).



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that each of the records counted towards these totals must be recognised by an official world record body. Examples include: Record Holders Republic, Guinness Book of Records and discipline-specific bodies that that record world records within their discipline.



 



A full list of Dr. Jordan’ world records can be found on the Record Holders Republic website.



 

Motor Vehicle Road Rallying England End to End

MOTOR VEHICLE ROAD RALLYING: ENGLAND END TO END



 



WORLD RECORDS:



Furthest Apart Points in England Journeyed Between by Motor Vehicle Using Only Public Roads



Furthest Apart Points in England Journeyed Between Using Only Public Roads



1st to Complete a True End to End of England by Motor Vehicle Using Only Public Roads



1st to Complete a True End to End of England Using Only Public Roads



1st to Complete Both a True and Traditional End to End of England by Motor Vehicle Using Only Public Roads



1st to Complete Both a True and Traditional End to End of England Using Only Public Roads



1st to Complete Both a True and Traditional End to End of England by Motor Vehicle in a Single Journey Using Only Public Roads



1st to Complete Both a True and Traditional End to End of England in a Single Journey Using Only Public Roads



True End to End of England by Motor Vehicle in the Shortest Journey Distance



True End to End of England Using Only Public Roads in the Shortest Journey Distance



True End to End of England in the Shortest Journey Distance



Combined True and Traditional End to End of England by Motor Vehicle in the Shortest Journey Distance



Combined True and Traditional End to End of England Using Only Public Roads in the Shortest Journey Distance



Combined True and Traditional End to End of England in the Shortest Journey Distance



 



 



Between 26th and 30th August 2018 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle part way and drove a car the rest of the way between the two furthest apart points as the crow flies within England that can be journeyed between using only public roads. The points are a bend on an unnamed road by Portgwarra Cove Café (50.037611, -5.671875) and a layby on the A1 on the England/Scotland border near Marshall Meadows Bay (55.806919, -2.042610). This was declared the ‘True’ End to End of England by public road as opposed to the ‘Traditional’ End to End of England, which is Land’s End to Marshall Meadows Bay. On his journey he also visited Land’s End, so completing the ‘True’ and ‘Traditional’ End to Ends of England in a single journey.



 



Journey Details



True End to End Start: 17:09, 26 May 2019



Traditional End to End Start: 18:05, 26 May 2019



True and Traditional End: 19:54, 30 May 2019



Journey Time: 4 days, 2 hours, 45 minutes (for both True and combined True and Traditional E2Es)



Journey Time (hours & minutes): 98 hours, 45 minutes (for both True and combined True and Traditional E2Es)



Journey Length: 596 miles (for both True and combined True and Traditional E2Es)



Straight Line Distance Between True E2E points (as the Crow Flies): 428.90 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



Car: Ford Focus RS; Year 2016



 



Motorcycle Rallying

World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Miles Ridden within a Single County within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Miles Driven or Ridden within a Single County within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a world record 279.6 miles by motorcycle within 5 Hours (maximum 4 hours riding) within a single county. This set records for both motorcycles and motor vehicles generally within this category. The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours riding time (for the motorcycle record) or 4 hours driving or riding time (for the motor vehicle record) within the 5 hours and that the rider or driver must stay within a single county for the duration.



 



The details of Dr. Jordan’s ride are as follows:



Date: Sunday 10 June 2018



Time: 14:40 to 19:40



Location: Hampshire, UK



Total miles ridden: 279.6



Total time: 5 hours



Total rest breaks: 61 minutes



Total riding time: 3 hours, 59 minutes



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING



 



World Records:




  • Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Miles Ridden on One A-Road within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)

  • Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Miles Driven or Ridden on One A-Road within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)

  • Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Miles Ridden on One Road within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)

  • Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Miles Driven or Ridden on One Road within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



     Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a world record 280.0 miles by motorcycle within 5 Hours (maximum 4 hours riding) on one A-Road. This set records for both motorcycles and motor vehicles generally for the most miles on any one A-Road and the most miles on any one road within the time stipulation. The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours riding time (for the motorcycle record) or 4 hours driving or riding time (for the motor vehicle record) within the 5 hours and that the rider or driver must stay on the same road for the duration. Speed limits and all other rules of the road must be adhered to throughout.



     The details of Dr. Jordan’s ride are as follows:

    Date: Sunday 1 July 2018

    Start time: 14:47

    End Time: 19:47

    Location: England

    Road: A303

    Total miles ridden: 280.0

    Total time: 5 hours

    Total rest breaks: 60 minutes

    Total riding time: 4 hours, 0 minutes

    Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



     


Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 100 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points 100 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 105.60 kilometre. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are 100 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the A303 and ended in Somerset just off the A378.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 100 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be given for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to go 100 kilometres in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Details:




  • Date: 7 October 2018

  • Location: England

  • Ride Start: 16:14

  • Ride End: 17:47

  • Total Time: 1 hr., 33 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 1 hr., 33 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 100.00 kilometres

  • Total Distance Travelled: 105.60 kilometres

  • Roads: A303, A378

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012




 




 

Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 100 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points 100 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 105.60 kilometre. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are 100 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the A303 and ended in Somerset just off the A378.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 100 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be given for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to go 100 kilometres in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Details:




  • Date: 7 October 2018

  • Location: England

  • Ride Start: 16:14

  • Ride End: 17:47

  • Total Time: 1 hr., 33 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 1 hr., 33 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 100.00 kilometres

  • Total Distance Travelled: 105.60 kilometres

  • Roads: A303, A378

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012




 




 

Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING



 



A-ROAD SERVICE AREAS VISITED IN 5 HOURS (MAX. 4 HOURS RIDING)



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most A-Road Service Areas Visited by Motorcycle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most A-Road Service Areas Visited by Motor Vehicle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most A-Road Service Areas within the United Kingdom Visited by Motorcycle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most A-Road Service Areas within the United Kingdom Visited by Motor Vehicle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



 



 



 



On Saturday 13 October 2018, Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 21 A-Road Service areas by motorcycle within 5 hours (maximum 4 hours riding). This sets records for both motorcycles and motor vehicles generally within this category. The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours riding time for the motorcycle record or 4 hours driving or riding time for the motor vehicle record within the 5 hours. For a service area to count towards this challenge it must be signposted from an A-road by an official Department of Transport ‘Services’ sign. If the record is being attempted outside the UK then equivalency to this must be demonstrated. As well as an overall world record, records for separate countries will be awarded. These will still count as world records on the basis that anyone in the world may attempt them.



 



Details:



Date: Saturday, 13 October 2018



Start time: 13:58



End time: 18:58



Location: England



Total A-Road Services Visited: 21



Total Rest Breaks: = 72 mins



Total Riding Time: 3 hrs, 48 minutes



Miles Driven: 207.8 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400, 2012



 


 


Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 50 MILES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 50 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 50 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 50 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 50 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 50 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 50 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points 50 miles apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 52.2 miles. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are 50 miles apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the A303 and ended in Somerset just off the A372.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 50 miles apart as the crow flies, separate records will be given for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 50 miles directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between 50 miles




  • Location: England

  • Date: 24 November 2018

  • Ride Start: 18:04

  • Ride End: 19:13

  • Total Time: 1 hour, 9 minutes (69 minutes)

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 69 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 50.00 miles

  • Total Distance Travelled: 52.2 miles

  • Roads: A303, A372

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012




 





 
 



Motorcycle Road Rallying
 




MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 50 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points 50 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 51.7 kilometres. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are 50 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the A303 and ended in Wiltshire in a layby on the A303.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 50 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be given for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 50 kilometres directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 50 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 24 November 2018

  • Ride Start: 18:04

  • Ride End: 18:44

  • Total Time: 40 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 40 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 50.28 kilometres

  • Total Distance Travelled: 51.7 kilometres

  • Road: A303

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012




 




Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: LONDON COMPASS POINTS



 



WORLD RECORDS:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First Person to Ride between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of London accessible by public road in a Single Journey



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First Person to Drive or Ride between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of London accessible by public road in a Single Journey



London Extreme Compass Points: First Person to Travel between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of London accessible by public road in a Single Journey



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in London Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in London Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



End to Ending: Furthest Apart Points in London Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of London by Motorcycle



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of London by Motor Vehicle



London End to End: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of London by Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of London by Motorcycle



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of London by Motor Vehicle



First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of London by Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Latitude Ridden between within London



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Latitude Driven or Ridden between within London 



London East to West: Most Degrees of Latitude Journeyed between within London 



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Longitude Ridden between within London



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Longitude Driven or Ridden between within London 



London North to South: Most Degrees of Longitude Journeyed between within London



 



 



On 10 October 2018 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle to all the geographical extreme points of London. In the process of doing this he set the world records listed above.



 



 



 



Record Details:



 



London North, East, South and West Points




  • Ride Start: 15:45, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:23, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey between north, east, south and west points of London: 4 hours, 38 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 130.9 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London End to End (True)




  • Ride Start: 16:49, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:22, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey End to End of London: 3 hours, 33 minutes*

  • Distance as the crow flies: 36.63 miles

  • Distance taken: 74.2 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London End to End (Official)




  • Ride Start: 16:56, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:23, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey End to End of London: 3 hours, 27 minutes*

  • Distance as the crow flies: 35.07 miles

  • Distance taken: 72.7 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London North to South




  • Ride Start: 15:45, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 19:33, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey between north and south points of London: 3 hours, 48 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 95.5 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London East to West




  • Ride Start: 16:56, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:23, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey between north and south points of London: 3 hours, 27 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 72.7 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



 



* Records are not being claimed for either time taken or shortest/longest distance ridden between the points. However, these figures would form a baseline which any attempt at setting those records would have to beat.



 



 



 



Rules/Guidance for records Compass Points of London



Among other rules, this requires journeying to the most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly points of London in any order in a single journey. It is no longer possible to be the first person to do this journey by motorcycle, motor vehicle or at all (unless the boundary of London changes in future) however there is still the opportunity to be the first to do it by other modes of transport.



 



The most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly points are:



 



Northerly: On M25 between Junctions 24 and 25



Easterly: On Fen Lane in North Ockenden



Southerly: On Ditches Lane just north of Chaldon in Surrey



Westerly: On the roundabout at M25 Junction 14



 



Rules/Guidance for Two Furthest Apart Points (true End to End)



Among other rules this involves finding 2 points within London as far apart as possible (as the crow flies) that can be travelled between using only pubic roads and journeying between them. Records can be awarded for furthest straight-line distance overall and by various different modes of transport. This journey was, to the best of our knowledge, between the two furthest apart points in London that can be journeyed between using public roads (which also makes it the ‘true’ end to end of London). So, notwithstanding boundary changes, the overall, motorcycle and motor vehicle records can’t be broken, however records can be awarded for different modes of transport.



 



Rules/Guidance for Official End to End



Because the true End to End of London starts and finishes on roads where it would be dangerous (eastern end) and illegal (western end) to stop, separate points have been selected for the ‘official’ end to end. If using the M25 as the main route the official end points are as follows. East, if going outside London to Bulphan and then coming back in: The Old White Horse pub inside North Ockendon, just off the end of Fen Lane; if coming through London, the intersection of Fen Land and Dunnings Lane between North Ockendon and Bulphan. West: If coming round the M25 : Heathrow Cargo Handling, Horton Road, SL3 0AT (just outside of London); if coming back into London form the West, Brett Aggregates, Leylands Lane.



 



Rules/Guidance for East to West Records



Among other rules travel from the most easterly point of London to the most westerly or vice versa. Because the easternmost and westernmost point of London coincide (to the best of our knowledge) with the End to End points, the rules and guidance would currently be the same as for records above.



 



Rules/Guidance for North to South Records



Among other rules, travel from the northernmost point of London to the southernmost, or vice versa. These (to the best of our knowledge) are a point on the M25 between Junction 24 and 25 in Enfield – you have to be going clockwise in the inside lane to literally hit the northernmost point) and the southernmost point is on Ditches Lane, just to the north of Chaldon. If you travel between Chaldon and Coulsdon on this road you will cross the boundary.




 





 


Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: LONDON COMPASS POINTS



 



WORLD RECORDS:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First Person to Ride between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of London accessible by public road in a Single Journey



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First Person to Drive or Ride between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of London accessible by public road in a Single Journey



London Extreme Compass Points: First Person to Travel between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of London accessible by public road in a Single Journey



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in London Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in London Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



End to Ending: Furthest Apart Points in London Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of London by Motorcycle



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of London by Motor Vehicle



London End to End: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of London by Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of London by Motorcycle



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of London by Motor Vehicle



First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of London by Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Latitude Ridden between within London



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Latitude Driven or Ridden between within London 



London East to West: Most Degrees of Latitude Journeyed between within London 



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Longitude Ridden between within London



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Longitude Driven or Ridden between within London 



London North to South: Most Degrees of Longitude Journeyed between within London



 



 



On 10 October 2018 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle to all the geographical extreme points of London. In the process of doing this he set the world records listed above.



 



 



 



Record Details:



 



London North, East, South and West Points




  • Ride Start: 15:45, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:23, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey between north, east, south and west points of London: 4 hours, 38 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 130.9 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London End to End (True)




  • Ride Start: 16:49, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:22, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey End to End of London: 3 hours, 33 minutes*

  • Distance as the crow flies: 36.63 miles

  • Distance taken: 74.2 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London End to End (Official)




  • Ride Start: 16:56, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:23, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey End to End of London: 3 hours, 27 minutes*

  • Distance as the crow flies: 35.07 miles

  • Distance taken: 72.7 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London North to South




  • Ride Start: 15:45, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 19:33, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey between north and south points of London: 3 hours, 48 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 95.5 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



London East to West




  • Ride Start: 16:56, 10th October 2018

  • Ride End: 20:23, 10th October 2018

  • Time for journey between north and south points of London: 3 hours, 27 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 72.7 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012


 

 



 



* Records are not being claimed for either time taken or shortest/longest distance ridden between the points. However, these figures would form a baseline which any attempt at setting those records would have to beat.



 



 



 



Rules/Guidance for records Compass Points of London



Among other rules, this requires journeying to the most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly points of London in any order in a single journey. It is no longer possible to be the first person to do this journey by motorcycle, motor vehicle or at all (unless the boundary of London changes in future) however there is still the opportunity to be the first to do it by other modes of transport.



 



The most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly points are:



 



Northerly: On M25 between Junctions 24 and 25



Easterly: On Fen Lane in North Ockenden



Southerly: On Ditches Lane just north of Chaldon in Surrey



Westerly: On the roundabout at M25 Junction 14



 



Rules/Guidance for Two Furthest Apart Points (true End to End)



Among other rules this involves finding 2 points within London as far apart as possible (as the crow flies) that can be travelled between using only pubic roads and journeying between them. Records can be awarded for furthest straight-line distance overall and by various different modes of transport. This journey was, to the best of our knowledge, between the two furthest apart points in London that can be journeyed between using public roads (which also makes it the ‘true’ end to end of London). So, notwithstanding boundary changes, the overall, motorcycle and motor vehicle records can’t be broken, however records can be awarded for different modes of transport.



 



Rules/Guidance for Official End to End



Because the true End to End of London starts and finishes on roads where it would be dangerous (eastern end) and illegal (western end) to stop, separate points have been selected for the ‘official’ end to end. If using the M25 as the main route the official end points are as follows. East, if going outside London to Bulphan and then coming back in: The Old White Horse pub inside North Ockendon, just off the end of Fen Lane; if coming through London, the intersection of Fen Land and Dunnings Lane between North Ockendon and Bulphan. West: If coming round the M25 : Heathrow Cargo Handling, Horton Road, SL3 0AT (just outside of London); if coming back into London form the West, Brett Aggregates, Leylands Lane.



 



Rules/Guidance for East to West Records



Among other rules travel from the most easterly point of London to the most westerly or vice versa. Because the easternmost and westernmost point of London coincide (to the best of our knowledge) with the End to End points, the rules and guidance would currently be the same as for records above.



 



Rules/Guidance for North to South Records



Among other rules, travel from the northernmost point of London to the southernmost, or vice versa. These (to the best of our knowledge) are a point on the M25 between Junction 24 and 25 in Enfield – you have to be going clockwise in the inside lane to literally hit the northernmost point) and the southernmost point is on Ditches Lane, just to the north of Chaldon. If you travel between Chaldon and Coulsdon on this road you will cross the boundary.




 





 


Motorcycle Road Rallying
 




MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 75 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points 75 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 77.9 kilometres. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are 75 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the A303 and ended in Somerset in a gateway on the A303.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 75 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be given for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 75 kilometres directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 75 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 20 January 2019

  • Ride start: 14:49

  • Ride End: 16:00

  • Total Time: 1 hour, 11 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 71 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 75.03 kms

  • Total Distance Travelled: 77.9 kms

  • Roads: A303

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012




 




Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 25 MILES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points at least 25 Miles apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 25.7 miles. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are at least 25 miles apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, at Weyhill Services Westbound on the A303 and ended in Wiltshire just off an exit slip-road of the A303.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 25 miles apart as the crow flies, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be awarded for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 25 miles directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 25 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 20 January 2019

  • Ride start: 14:46

  • Ride End: 15:27

  • Total Time: 41 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 41 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 25.01 miles

  • Total Distance Travelled: 25.7 miles

  • Roads: A303

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



 



 




 





 



 



Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 25 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points at least 25 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 25.3 kilometres. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are at least 25 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, at an entry road to the Westbound A303 and ended in Wiltshire at the entrance to a farm track on the A303.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 25 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be awarded for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 25 kilometres directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 20 January 2019

  • Ride start: 14:54

  • Ride End: 15:15

  • Total Time: 21 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 21 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 25.15 kms

  • Total Distance Travelled: 25.3 kms

  • Roads: A303

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



Motorcycle Road Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 25 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points at least 25 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 25.3 kilometres. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are at least 25 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, at an entry road to the Westbound A303 and ended in Wiltshire at the entrance to a farm track on the A303.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 25 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be awarded for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 25 kilometres directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 25 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 20 January 2019

  • Ride start: 14:54

  • Ride End: 15:15

  • Total Time: 21 minutes

  • Rest Break: 0 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 21 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 25.15 kms

  • Total Distance Travelled: 25.3 kms

  • Roads: A303

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



Motorcycle Road Rallying
 



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 75 MILES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points at least 75 Miles apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 79.8 miles. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are at least 75 miles apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the M3 and ended in Somerset just off the A357.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 75 miles apart as the crow flies, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be awarded for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 75 miles directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 75 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 9 February 2019

  • Ride start: 15:39

  • Ride End: 18:05

  • Total Time: 2 hours: 26 minutes (146 minutes)

  • Rest Break: 64 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 82 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 75.11 miles

  • Total Distance Travelled: 79.8 miles

  • Percentage over 75 miles as crow flies: 6.4%

  • Roads: M3, A303, A371, A357

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012

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Motorcycle Road Rallying
 



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: MOTORWAY SERVICE AREAS VISITED IN 5 HOURS (MAX. 4 HOURS RIDING)



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Motorway Service Areas Visited by Motorcycle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Motorway Service Areas Visited by Motor Vehicle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



Most Motorway Service Areas Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Motorway Service Areas in the United Kingdom Visited by Motorcycle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Motorway Service Areas in the United Kingdom Visited by Motor Vehicle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



Most Motorway Service Areas Visited in the United Kingdom within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Transport Focus Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Transport Focus Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



The Highest Combined Transport Focus Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Star Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Star Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



The Highest Combined Star Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Burger Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Burger Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



The Highest Combined Burger Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Overall Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Overall Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



The Highest Combined Overall Rating of Motorway Services Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



 



 



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 15 Motorway Service areas by motorcycle within 5 hours (maximum 4 hours riding). This sets records for motorcycles, motor vehicles and overall. The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours travelling time and at least 1 hour of rest within the 5 hours. For a service area to count towards this record it must be signposted from a motorway by an official Department of Transport ‘Services’ sign. If the record is being attempted outside the UK then equivalency to this must be demonstrated. As well as an overall world record, records for separate countries will be awarded. These will still count as world records on the basis that anyone in the world may attempt them.



 



Within the UK additional world records are available based on the combined ratings of the services visited. These ratings are based on surveys by: Transport Focus (percentage rating); Motorway Services Online (Star Rating out of 5); Motorway Services Info (Burger Rating out of 5). As well as records being awarded for each of these separate rating schemes an overall combined rating record is available. This is done by converting the Star and Burger ratings into percentages and adding them to the Transport Focus rating to give a score out of 300 for each service area.



 



 



Details



Date: 23 February 2019



Start time: 12:57



End time: 17:57



Location: England



Total Motorway Services Visited: 15



Combined Transport Focus Rating of Services: 1381



Combined Star Rating of Services: 46



Combined Burger Rating of Services: 39



Combined Overall Rating of Services: 3081



Total Rest Breaks: 68 Minutes



Total Riding Time: 3 hrs, 52 minutes



Miles Driven: 239.3 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400, 2012




 

Motorcycle Road Rallying
 



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 125 KILOMETRES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 125 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 125 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 125 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 125 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 125 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 125 Kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points at least 125 kilometres apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 132.9 kilometres. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are at least 125 kilometres apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the M3 and ended in Somerset on local roads.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 125 kilometres apart as the crow flies, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be awarded for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 125 kilometres directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 125 kilometres Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 9 February 2019

  • Ride start: 15:39

  • Ride End: 18:23

  • Total Time: 2 hours: 44 minutes (164 minutes)

  • Rest Break: 76 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 88 minutes

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 125.2 km

  • Total Distance Travelled: 132.9 km

  • Percentage over Direct (as the Crow Flies) Distance: 6.3%

  • Roads: M3, A303, A371, A357, Anchor Hill, Local Roads

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



Motorcycle Road Rallying
 



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SOMERSET COMPASS POINTS



 



WORLD RECORDS:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First Person to Ride a Motorcycle between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of Somerset accessible by public roads in a Single Journey



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First Person to Drive or Ride a Motor Vehicle between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of Somerset accessible by public roads in a Single Journey



Somerset Extreme Compass Points: First Person to Travel between Most Northerly, Easterly, Southerly and Westerly Points of Somerset accessible by public roads in a Single Journey



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in Somerset Journeyed between by Motorcycle Using only Public Roads



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in Somerset Journeyed between by Motor Vehicle Using only Public Roads



End to Ending: Furthest Apart Points in Somerset Journeyed between Using only Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Somerset by Motorcycle



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Somerset by Motor Vehicle



Somerset End to End: First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Somerset by Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of Somerset by Motorcycle



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of Somerset by Motor Vehicle



First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of Somerset by Public Roads



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Latitude Ridden between by Motorcycle within Somerset



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Latitude Driven or Ridden between by Motor Vehicle within Somerset 



Somerset East to West: Most Degrees of Latitude Journeyed between within Somerset



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Longitude Ridden between by Motorcycle within Somerset



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most Degrees of Longitude Driven or Ridden between by Motor Vehicle within Somerset 



Somerset North to South: Most Degrees of Longitude Journeyed between within Somerset



(Note that these records are for Somerset the Non-Metropolitan County as opposed to Somerset the Ceremonial Country)



 



 



On 8 April 2019 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle to all the geographical extreme points of Somerset. In the process of doing this he set the world records listed above.



 



 



Record Details:



 



Somerset NESW




  • Ride Start: 11:56, 8 April 2019

  • Ride End: 19:26, 8 April 2019

  • Time for journey between north, east, south and west points of Somerset: 7 hours, 30 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 178.3 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012

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Somerset True End to End (Furthest Points Apart) & West to East




  • Ride Start: 14:46†, 8 April 2019

  • Ride End: 19:26, 8 April 2019

  • Time for journey End to End of Somerset: 4 hours, 40 minutes*

  • Distance as the crow flies: 69.2 miles

  • Distance taken: 99.1 miles*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012

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Somerset Official End to End (Furthest Points Apart) & West to East




  • Ride Start: 14:41, 8 April 2019

  • Ride End: 19:31, 8 April 2019

  • Time for journey End to End of Somerset: 4 hours, 50 minutes*

  • Distance as the crow flies: 71.3 miles

  • Distance taken: 101 miles*

  • Longitude travelled through: - 2.244148 – (-3.832968) = 1.588820

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012

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Somerset South to North




  • Ride Start: 11:56, 8 April 2019

  • Ride End: 17:43, 8 April 2019

  • Time for journey between north and south points of Somerset: 5 hours, 47 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 135.5 miles*

  • Latitude travelled through: 51.326541 - 50.828156 = 0.498385

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012

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* Records are not being claimed for either time taken or shortest/longest distance ridden between the points. However, these figures would form a baseline which any attempt at setting those records would have to beat.



 



 



 



Rules/Guidance for records Compass Points of Somerset



Among other rules, this requires journeying to the most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly points of Somerset in any order in a single journey. It is no longer possible to be the first person to do this journey by motorcycle, motor vehicle or at all (unless the boundary of Somerset changes in future) however there is still the opportunity to be the first to do it by other modes of transport.



 



The most northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly points on roads in Somerset are:



 



North: 51.326541, -2.797594 (A38)



East: 51.264916, -2.244148



South: 50.828156, -2.956371 (Chilson Dairy Farm)



West: 51.151686, -3.832968



 



Rules/Guidance for Two Furthest Apart Points (true End to End)



Among other rules this involves finding 2 points within Somerset as far apart as possible (as the crow flies) that can be travelled between using only pubic roads and journeying between them. Records can be awarded for furthest straight-line distance overall and by various different modes of transport. This journey was, according to Dr Jordan’s research, between the two furthest apart points in Somerset that can be journeyed between using public roads (which also makes it the ‘true’ end to end of Somerset for motor vehicles – see below). So, notwithstanding boundary changes, the overall, motorcycle and motor vehicle records can’t be broken, however records can be awarded for different modes of transport.



 



Rules/Guidance for Official End to End



Because the true End to End of Somerset (non-metropolitan county) starts and finishes on roads where it is potentially dangerous to stop, separate points have been selected for the ‘official’ end to end. Dr Jordan was the first to journey between them and the first to do it by motorcycle (and therefore) motor vehicle. However there are still opportunities to achieve the first completion of it by other modes of transport. The official end points are as follows. West: Black Venus Inn on the B3358 just inside Devon. East: Brokerswood Holiday Park on Brokerswood Road just inside Wiltshire.



 



Rules/Guidance for East to West Records



The aim is to travel through as many degrees longitude as possible within Somerset.



 



Rules/Guidance for North to South Records



The aim is to travel through as many degrees latitude as possible within Somerset.




 

Motorcycle Road Rallying
 



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 125 MILES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points at least 125 miles apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 135.6 miles. This is a record low distance for travelling between points that are at least 125 miles apart when measured directly. His route began in Devon on rural roads and ended at a service area on the M3.



 



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 125 miles apart as the crow flies, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be awarded for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to travel 125 miles directly in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Ride Details for Shortest Distance Between Points 125 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies




  • Location: England

  • Date: 9 June 2019

  • Ride start: 15:49

  • Ride End: 20:01

  • Total Time: 4 hours, 14 minutes (254 minutes)

  • Rest Break: 38 minutes

  • Total Riding Time: 3 hours, 36 minutes (216 minutes)

  • Total Distance as Crow Flies: 125.05 miles

  • Total Distance Travelled: 135.6 miles

  • Percentage over 125 miles: 8.5%

  • Roads: Rural Roads, A3137, A3126, A361, M5, A358, A378, A372, A303, M3

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012

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Motorcycle Road Rallying District Rallying

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: DISTRICT RALLYING



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Districts Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Population of Districts Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Area of Districts Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Districts Visited in One Country within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Population of Districts Visited in One Country within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Area of Districts Visited in One Country within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Districts Visited in One Region within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Population of Districts Visited in One Region within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Area of Districts Visited in One Region within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Districts Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Population of Districts Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Area of Districts Visited within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Districts Visited in One Country within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Population of Districts Visited in One Country within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Area of Districts Visited in One Country within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Districts Visited in One Region within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Population of Districts Visited in One Region within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Largest Combined Area of Districts Visited in One Region within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



 



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode through a world record 18 Districts within 5 hours, with a maximum of 4 hours riding. All of these districts were in the South West Region of England. The population of the districts visited totalled 3,645,100 and the total area of the districts visited was 16,410 square kilometres. This sets records for both motorcycles and motor vehicles generally in terms of total number of Districts visited, total population of the Districts visited and total area of the Districts visited. It also sets records in Regional, Country and World categories.



 



For the purposes of the District Rallying official Districts and Regions of England are used and Northern Ireland is counted as a single District containing a number of official Regions. For Scotland and Wales areas classified under the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) as NUTS2 can be treated as the equivalent of a Region and those listed as NUTS3 can be treated as Districts. If attempting District Rallying Records outside of the UK evidence for equivalence to UK Districts and (if applicable) Regions must be provided.



 



 



Details



Date: 14 July 2018



Location: South West Region of England



Start time: 16:13



End time: 21:13



Total time: 5 hours



Total rest breaks: 60 minutes



Total riding time: 4 hours, 0 minutes



Total Districts visited: 18



Total Population of Districts Visited: 3,645,100



Total Area (km2) of Districts Visited: 16,410



Total distance: 214 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



 


Motorcycle Road Rallying Mainland Wales End To End
 



MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: MAINLAND WALES END TO END



 



WORLD RECORDS:




  • Motorcycle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in Mainland Wales Journeyed between Using only Public Roads

  • Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in Mainland Wales Journeyed between Using only Public Roads

  • End to Ending: Furthest Apart Points in Mainland Wales Journeyed between Using only Public Roads

  • First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Mainland Wales by Motorcycle

  • First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Mainland Wales by Motor Vehicle

  • First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Mainland Wales by Public Roads

  • First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of Mainland Wales by Motorcycle

  • First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of Mainland Wales by Motor Vehicle

  • First person to Complete a ‘Official’ End to End of Mainland Wales

  • First Person to Complete ‘True’ End to End of both Wales and Mainland Wales by Motorcycle

  • First Person to Complete ‘True’ End to End of both Wales and Mainland Wales by Motor Vehicle

  • First Person to Complete ‘True’ End to End of both Wales and Mainland Wales by Public Roads

  • First Person to Complete ‘Official’ End to End of both Wales and Mainland Wales by Motorcycle

  • First Person to Complete ‘Official’ End to End of both Wales and Mainland Wales by Motor Vehicle

  • First Person to Complete ‘Official’ End to End of both Wales and Mainland Wales



    On 4th and 5th October 2018 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between the two furthest apart points as the crow flies within Mainland Wales that can be journeyed between using only public roads: a gate on Ermigate Lane, Pembrokeshire that closes the rest of the road to the public (51.612640, -4.997259 degrees) and the end of Station Road leading to the car park at Talacre Beach (53.353673, -3.316509 degrees). This was declared the ‘True’ End to End of Mainland Wales by public road.



    Because these are awkward places to stop/start the End-to-End, the ‘official’ End-to-End of Mainland Wales was declared to be from Stack Rocks car park off Ermigate Lane (directly west of the gate) to Talacre Beach Car Park (Directly to the North of the end of Station Road) and for it to be known as ‘Stack Rocks to Talacre Beach’. As part of the ‘True’ End-to-End ride Dr. Jordan had also ridden from the Stack Rocks car park to the Talacre Beach car park, making this ride also the first ‘official’ End to End of Wales.



     Because the both the start points and the end points of the ‘real’ and ‘official’ end to ends are adjacent the ride details given below are the same for both.



     Because Dr. Jordan had already completed and had certified ‘true’ and ‘official’ end to ends of the whole of Wales (on 4th and 5th August 2018) he was also awarded records pertaining to being the first to complete end-to-ends of both all of Wales and of Mainland Wales.



    Ride Details for both ‘True’ and ‘Official’ End to End of Mainland Wales (2 furthest apart points that can be journeyed between using only public roads)




  • Ride Start: 18:03, 4th October 2018

  • Start Location: Stack Rocks Car Park

  • Ride End: 15:26, 5th October 2018

  • End Location: Talacre Beach Car Park

  • Time for journey between furthest apart points reachable by road: 21 hours, 23 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 170 miles by the route taken (staying overnight in Aberystwyth)*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



    * Dr. Jordan did not claim records for either time taken or shortest/longest distance ridden between the points because he was not aiming to complete the ride quickly or by the most efficient route. However, these figures would form a baseline which any attempt at setting those records would have to beat.



     



     

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Motorcycle Road Rallying Wales End To End

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: WALES END TO END



 



WORLD RECORDS:




  • Motorcycle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in Wales Journeyed between by Motorcycle Using only Public Roads

  • Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Furthest Apart Points in Wales Journeyed between by Motor Vehicle Using only Public Roads

  • End to Ending: Furthest Apart Points in Wales Journeyed between Using only Public Roads

  • First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Wales by Motorcycle

  • First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Wales by Motor Vehicle

  • First person to Complete a ‘True’ End to End of Wales by Public Roads




  • First Person to Complete ‘Official’ End to End of Wales by Motorcycle

  • First Person to Complete ‘Official’ End to End of Wales by Motor Vehicle

  • First Person to Complete ‘Official’ End to End of Wales



     



    On 4th and 5th August 2018 Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between the two furthest apart points as the crow flies within Wales that can be journeyed between using only public roads. The points are a bend on St Mary’s Well Bay Road near Swanbridge Bay (51.400267, -3.189535 degrees) and the end of a road leading to a National Trust Car Park at Cemlyn Bay (53.412428, -4.515030 degrees). This was declared the ‘True’ End to End of Wales by public road. 



     



    Because one of the points was on a bend in the middle of a narrow road, and therefore not a suitable starting point for a journey, the ‘official’ end to end of Wales was declared to be from the car park at Swanbridge Bay to the Car Park at Cemlyn Bay. The journey is known as ‘Swanbridge Bay to Cemlyn Bay’. As part of Dr. Jordan’s ‘True’ End to End ride he had also ridden from the Swanbridge Bay car park to the Cemlyn Bay car park, making this ride the first ‘official’ End to End of Wales.



     



    Ride Details for ‘True’ End to End (2 furthest apart points that can be journeyed between using only public roads)




  • Ride Start: 13:25, 4th August 2018

  • Ride End: 11:05, 5th August 2018

  • Time for journey between furthest apart points reachable by road: 21 hours, 40 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 242 miles (staying overnight in Llandudno)*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



     



    Ride Details for ‘Official’ End to End (Swanbridge Bay to Cemlyn Bay)




  • Ride Start: 13:37, 4th August 2018

  • Ride End: 11:05, 5th August 2018

  • Time: 21 hours, 28 minutes*

  • Distance by Road: 240 miles (staying overnight in Llandudno)*

  • Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



     



    * Records are not being claimed for either time taken or shortest/longest distance ridden between the points because the aim was not to complete the ride quickly or by the most efficient route. However, these figures would form a baseline which any attempt at setting those records would have to beat.



     

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Motorcycle Road Rallying: Somerset Tourist Rally

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SOMERSET TOURIST RALLY



World Records:



Somerset Tourist Rally – Most Locations Visited on Somerset Tourist Map in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Somerset Tourist Rally – Most Locations Visited on Somerset Tourist Map in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Somerset Tourist Rally– Most Locations Visited on Somerset Tourist Map in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding or Driving)



Somerset Tourist Rally (2018) – Most Locations Visited on Somerset Tourist Map (2018) in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)


Motorcycle Road Rallying: Somerset Tourist Rally (2018) – Most Locations Visited on Somerset Tourist Map (2018) in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)


Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Somerset Tourist Rally (2018) – Most Locations Visited on Somerset Tourist Map (2018) in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding or Driving)



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle to 20 locations on the 2018 edition of the “Somerset Things to See and Do” map produced by Take One Media (www.takeonemedia.co.uk) within 5 hours (maximum 4 hours riding). The rules of the record state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for the most locations visited, separate records will be awarded for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different versions of the map. A new version is produced each year, so records can be awarded for the 2016 version, 2017 version, 2018 version etc.



 



Maximum time between start and end of the record attempt is 5 hours of which at least 1 hour must be taken as rest breaks. Safety and responsibility is paramount. All travel must be done within speed limits and the rules of the road.



 



Details



Date: 19 August 2018



Location: Somerset, UK



Ride Start: 15:08



Ride End: 20:08



Total Time: 5 hours



Total rest breaks: 65 minutes



Total riding time: 3 hours, 55 minutes



Total locations visited: 20



Total Distance Travelled: 100.1 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



 






 

Motorcycling Road Rallying Shortest Distance Travelled

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SHORTEST DISTANCE TRAVELLED BETWEEN TWO POINTS 100 MILES APART AS THE CROW FLIES



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points 100 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Ridden by Motorcycle Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points 100 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Shortest Distance Driven or Ridden Between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points 100 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



The Shortest Distance Travelled between Two Points in the United Kingdom 100 Miles Apart as the Crow Flies



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK rode a motorcycle between two points 100 miles apart as the crow flies in a total riding distance of 107.72 miles. This is a record low mileage for travelling between points that are 100 miles apart when measured directly. His route began in Hampshire, just off the M3 and ended in Somerset just off the A303.



The rules of these records state (among other things) that as well as an overall record for shortest distance travelled between two points 100 miles apart as the crow flies, separate records will be given for different modes of transport. Separate records will also be given for different countries as it is likely to be far easier to go 100 miles in big countries with long straight roads than in smaller more densely populated countries.



 



Details:



Date: 12 August 2018



Location: England



Ride Start: 15.09



Ride End: 17:56



Total Time: 2 hrs, 47 minutes



Rest Break: 52 minutes



Total Riding Time: 1 hour 54 minutes



Total Distance as Crow Flies: 100.00 miles



Total Distance Travelled: 107.72 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400; Year: 2012



 



 

Road Rallying Records
 




Records:



Automobile Road Rallying: The Most Service Areas (Motorway and A-Road) Visited by Automobile (Car) within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Service Areas (Motorway and A-Road) Visited by Motor Vehicle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 20 service areas (motorway and A-road) by Automobile (car) within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving). This set records for both automobiles and motor vehicles generally within this category.The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours driving time (for automobile record) or 4 hours driving or riding time (for the motor vehicle record) within the 5 hours and that counted service areas must be signposted from A-roads or motorways by an official Department of Transport ‘Services’ sign.



 



The details of the drive are as follows:



Date: 27 May 2018



Time: 14:31 to 19:31



Location: England



Total services (Motorway and A-Road) visited: 30



Total miles: 193



Total time: 5 hours



Total rest breaks: 64 mins



Total driving time: 3 hours, 56 minutes



Car: Jaguar X-Type 2.0 Diesel (Year: 2006)




Road Rallying Records

ROAD RALLYING



 



World Records



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Most Shire Counties Fire Stations Visited by Motorcycle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



 



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Most Shire Counties Fire Stations Visited by Motor Vehicle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 17 fire stations located in shire counties by motorcycle within 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours riding). This set records for both motorcycles and motor vehicles generally within this category. The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours riding time (for motorcycle record) or 4 hours driving or riding time (for the motor vehicle record) within the 5 hours and that counted fire stations must be within non-metropolitan (shire) counties. A list of these counties can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-metropolitan_county



If attempting the record outside of the UK evidence must be given that the locations of the fire stations are equivalent to shire counties.



 



The details of the ride are as follows:



Date: Sunday 17 June 2018



Start Time: 8:47



End Time: 13:47



Location: England



Total Shire Counties fire stations visited: 17



Total miles: 104.0



Total time: 5 hours



Total rest breaks: 60 minutes



Total riding time: 4 hours, 0 minutes



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400 (Year: 2012)


South Mendip Rally

MOTORCYCLE ROAD RALLYING: SOUTH MENDIP RALLY



 



World Records:



Motorcycle Road Rallying: Most South Mendip Rally Locations Visited by Motorcycle in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: Most South Mendip Rally Locations Visited by Motor Vehicle in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



South Mendip Rally: Most Locations Visited in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



Motorcycle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Age of South Mendip Rally Locations Visited by Motorcycle in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Riding)



Motor Vehicle Road Rallying: The Highest Combined Age of South Mendip Rally Locations Visited Motor Vehicle in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Driving or Riding)



South Mendip Rally: The Highest Combined Age of Locations Visited in 5 Hours (Maximum 4 Hours Travelling)



 



 



Dr. Patrick W. Jordan of London, UK visited a world record number of 23 locations from the South Mendip Rally by motorcycle within 5 hours (maximum 4 hours riding). This sets records for motorcycles, motor vehicles, and overall. The rules of the record stipulate (among other things) a maximum of 4 hours travelling time and at least 1 hour of rest within the 5 hours. For a location to count towards this record it must be a church featured on the ‘Discover Somerset Churches: South Mendip and South East Somerset’ Map. This is Map 2 in a series of 4 ‘Discover Somerset Churches’ maps published in 2014 by the Diocese of Bath and Wells (of the Church of England).



 



Additional world records are available based on the combined age (in centuries) of the churches visited.



 



 



Details



Date: 7 April 2019



Start Time: 14:03



End Time: 19:03



Location: Somerset, England



Locations (Churches) Visited: 23



Combined Age of Churches: 152 Centuries



Total Time: 5 hrs



Total Rest Breaks: 70 mins



Riding Time: 3 hrs, 50 mins



Miles Ridden: 96.3 miles



Motorcycle: Kawasaki ZZR 1400, 2012