British rider Steve Abraham calls time on his attempt to set a new record for the most number of miles cycles in a year Steve Abraham has ended his attempt to set a new cycling Highest Annual Mileage Record (HAMR).
Abraham announced the decision to call time on his attempt via a statement posted via Facebook and a video posted on YouTube on Friday morning.
“With great sadness, Steve Abraham has made the decision to end his second attempt on the Highest Annual Mileage World Record,” said the statement.
“Steve’s aim has always been to break the record (he didn’t want to come second, or third). After careful consideration of his current performance – and after lengthy discussions with the support team – Steve decided on Thursday 21 January 2016 that he will officially withdraw from his ongoing attempt on the Highest Annual Mileage Record.
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“As you can imagine, the decision to end this attempt has not been an easy one. Steve would like to thank you all for your incredible support. For now he will undertake a well earned period of rest and recovery, before deciding on any plans for the […]