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14,000 miles, 14 border crossings, 117 days, 1 world record

Dean Stott is on a mission: to break the world record for cycling through the Americas.

With the support of his family and friends, not to mention the Royal seal of approval from ex-colleague HRH Prince Harry, Dean will have to use all his physical and mental strength to endure the challenge ahead.

From Argentina to Alaska he’ll brave scorching desert heats, snowy mountains, wild animals, 14 border crossings and a journey through some of the most dangerous passages in the world in an attempt to beat the current world record of 117 days, the fastest journey across the pan America highway.

Dean aims to raise over £1 million for Heads Together Campaign and CALM are psyched to be part of it.

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