Alice Dryden (huskyteer) wrote,
Alice Dryden
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It's Official

On June 20/21, I rode 1000 miles in 24 hours for the Royal British Legion Riders Branch.

Today I received a certificate from the Iron Butt Association proving it.



Text reads:
'This is to certify that on the 20th of June, 2009, Alice Dryden rode a Gilera GP800 a total of 1,031 miles in less than twenty-four hours starting at Squires Café, England continuing on to Manchester, Redruth, Southampton and Dover before ending back at Squires Café while participating in the Royal British Legion Riders SaddleSore 1000.

The SaddleSore 1000 was conducted under very strict guidelines set forth by the Iron Butt Association. Only a handful of riders from around the world have managed to solve the challenges such a grueling ride involves.'


So there ya go.
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