On 11 and 12 May 2022, at the Nuova Demi quarries in Brembate (BG),
the journalist Valerio Boni broke the Guinnes world record for 24 hours of off-road riding on a motorcycle.
740.9 km in 24 hours, covered in the saddle of an off-road motorcycle, this is the incredible record that will be included in the Guinness World Records.
Author of the performance Valerio Boni, a sixty-three-year-old journalist with experience in amateur competitions in various motorsport specialties on two and four wheels who, riding a four-stroke Fantic XEF 250, has conquered the new world record.
The challenging solo off-road marathon, organized by Bardahl Italia with the collaboration of Fantic Motor, the monthly magazine Dueruote and Viticoltori Ponte, ended at 3.00 pm on Thursday 12 May.
The previous limit of 613.59 km, conquered by the Egyptian Ali Abdo Ali on 29 and 30 June 2017 with a Honda 250, collapsed at 8.48 in the morning, when the Fantic XEF 250 driven by Boni completed the 330th lap and began to accumulate kilometers that went to increase the record, bringing it to a total of 398 laps and 740.9 km.
An amazing outcome, planned with a detailed roadmap, obtained with determination and celebrated with a well-deserved toast based on Prosecco Doc Extra Dry Treviso PONTE1948.