We here at Kona hooked a five-man team of nut-bar cyclists with bro deals on Kona Units as they attempt to be the first to use human power to circumnavigate Russia’s Lake Baikal in winter — as well as the first to bicycle around the lake’s entire 1,300-mile shoreline. If the expedition goes as planned, it will take the cyclists 43 days to pedal — and sometimes push — bicycles with studded tires from Irkutsk down the frozen Angara River to Lake Baikal, around the frozen 400-mile-long lake, then back up the river to Irkutsk. Scheduled to start Feb. 19, go here to read an in-depth article on the expedition. Check back for regular updates on this super bit (and majorly cold) epic. Visit their website here.
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