1,700 KMTOTAL DISTANCE
A HUGE CYCLING ENDURANCE CHALLENGE
155,000 FTTOTAL ASCENT
230 KMBIGGEST DAY
22,000 FTBIGGEST CLIMB
2x RIDE & CLIMBTO THE SUMMIT
27X ASCENTSUP THE MOUNTAIN
60 °F DIFFERENCEBETWEEN START & SUMMIT
40 % LESS OXYGENAT THE SUMMIT
RIDE ALL 4 ROUTESUP THE MOUNTAIN IN A DAY
11 BRUTAL DAYSIN ALL CONDITIONS
Following on from Cycle Challenge Japan in 2015, Ollie Blackmore is heading back to Japan this year with more determination than ever to raise awareness and funds for Dolphin Project.
This July, he will be concentrating his endurance challenge on the biggest mountain in Japan; Mount Fuji.
Over 11 days, he'll cycle up Mt Fuji as many times as possible every single day. This will total 25-30 ascents by bike. On two days I'll ride up to the 5th stations and climb to the summit on foot. This will be out of season with no support.
“I can't sit back and keep seeing the cruelty and murder in Taiji, Japan where thousands of dolphins are killed and captured for captivity every year.
With Ric O’Barry now banned from Japan, I’m even more determined to make this cycling challenge count.
The hunting season starts again in September, my aim is to put myself through days and days of tough conditions and climbing to raise awareness for Dolphin Project. Please share with your friends and family; donations are vital to keep up the great work”