A bike owner has employed a Boris Motorbike, pedalled it up a infamous French mountain and were given it again to London inside 24 hours.

Cameron Jeffers began in Blackwall, within the east of the capital, using 680 miles to Alpe d’Huez within the south of France.

The 23-year-old from Preston, Lancashire, used to be following within the footsteps of Matthew Winstone, Ian Laurie and Robert Holden, who finished a identical job with 22 seconds to spare up Mont Ventoux in 2013.

Cameron Jeffers (pictured) started in Blackwall, in the east of the capital, before heading over to the 8-mile climb at Alpe d¿Huez

Cameron Jeffers (pictured) started in Blackwall, in the east of the capital, before heading over to the 8-mile climb at Alpe d¿Huez

Cameron Jeffers (pictured) began in Blackwall, within the east of the capital, ahead of heading over to the 8-mile climb at Alpe d’Huez

The 23-year-old (pictured picting up the bike in east London) from Preston, Lancashire, was following in the footsteps of Matthew Winstone, Ian Laurie and Robert Holden, who completed a similar task with 22 seconds to spare up Mont Ventoux in 2013

The 23-year-old (pictured picting up the bike in east London) from Preston, Lancashire, was following in the footsteps of Matthew Winstone, Ian Laurie and Robert Holden, who completed a similar task with 22 seconds to spare up Mont Ventoux in 2013

The 23-year-old (pictured picting up the motorcycle in east London) from Preston, Lancashire, used to be following within the footsteps of Matthew Winstone, Ian Laurie and Robert Holden, who finished a identical job with 22 seconds to spare up Mont Ventoux in 2013

However Cameron determined to assault Alpe d’Huez after every other team of buddies failed to overcome the long-lasting Excursion de France climb in 2016 after being pulled over by means of police and going through educate delays.

Cameron employed a motorbike he known as ‘Pierre’ at 1.30am from subsequent Naval Row after checking the tire force, 3 gears and brakes.

The bike owner and his good friend Brian piled them into the again of a Mercedes folks provider and headed in opposition to the Channel Tunnel to catch a three.20am crossing.

Cameron and Brian - who had forgotten his helmet - changed into their skin-tight cycling clothes and aimed to make the climb within an hour on the 23kg bike (pictured as they arrive in France)

Cameron and Brian - who had forgotten his helmet - changed into their skin-tight cycling clothes and aimed to make the climb within an hour on the 23kg bike (pictured as they arrive in France)

Cameron and Brian – who had forgotten his helmet – became their skin-tight biking garments and aimed to make the climb inside an hour at the 23kg motorcycle (pictured as they come in France)

Using his hand-held camera, Cameron (pictured pulling a wheelie) recorded the pair's exhausting climb up the slope, with Brian following closely behind

Using his hand-held camera, Cameron (pictured pulling a wheelie) recorded the pair's exhausting climb up the slope, with Brian following closely behind

The usage of his handheld digital camera, Cameron (pictured pulling a wheelie) recorded the pair’s onerous climb up the slope, with Brian following carefully at the back of

After a nine-hour adventure they noticed the Alps in the course of the clouds lingering above a highway, however spotted a gentle dusting of snow at the most sensible.

Cameron and Brian – who had forgotten his helmet – became their skin-tight biking garments and aimed to make the climb inside an hour at the 23kg motorcycle.

Shocking drone pictures confirmed the steep, ‘snake-like’ path they needed to take to overcome the mountain, which has defeated even elite athletes all the way through the Excursion de France.

The usage of his handheld digital camera, Cameron recorded the pair’s onerous climb up the slope, with Brian following carefully at the back of.

Cameron (pictured with Brian) said: 'It's actually harder than I first thought it was going to be. She's a steep one'

Cameron (pictured with Brian) said: 'It's actually harder than I first thought it was going to be. She's a steep one'

Cameron (pictured with Brian) stated: ‘It is in fact tougher than I first idea it used to be going to be. She’s a steep one’

They crossed the 'snow line' and their journey became treacherous as frost surrounded them and snow fell from the freezing air

They crossed the 'snow line' and their journey became treacherous as frost surrounded them and snow fell from the freezing air

They crossed the ‘snow line’ and their adventure turned into treacherous as frost surrounded them and snow fell from the freezing air

Cameron stated: ‘It is in fact tougher than I first idea it used to be going to be. She’s a steep one.’

They crossed the ‘snow line’ and their adventure turned into treacherous as frost surrounded them and snow fell from the freezing air.

Cameron made it to the highest, carefully adopted by means of Brian, and so they lay down within the snow in a determined bid to chill off.

The duo raced backpedal the mountain – as they had been 25 mins at the back of agenda – to go back to their automotive and directly to the last immediately.

Cameron made it to the top, closely followed by Brian, and they lied down in the snow (pictured) in a desperate bid to cool off

Cameron made it to the top, closely followed by Brian, and they lied down in the snow (pictured) in a desperate bid to cool off

Cameron made it to the highest, carefully adopted by means of Brian, and so they lied down within the snow (pictured) in a determined bid to chill off

They headed to the Channel Tunnel as speedy as they might and made their educate within the nick of time.

With a £300-fine at stake in the event that they returned the Boris Motorcycles past due, they sped out of the tunnel and again to London in opposition to Naval Row.

They docked their motorcycles again on the Santander stand, having finished the undertaking in a staggering 23 hours, 33 mins.

Cameron stated: ‘So, to respond to the query are you able to take a Boris motorcycle to the south of France and climb the Alpe d’Huez and again once more in underneath 24 hours, the solution my buddies is sure.’

The bike owner hit headlines in October when he used to be banned from the British eRacing Championships.

The inaugural winner confronted the boot for ‘manipulation of pre-race knowledge to realize an unfair merit by the use of in-game apparatus’.

He used to be given a six-month suspension and used to be fined £250 for dishonest all the way through a race in March.



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