Thank you for your application to attempt the record ‘Longest Single Country Motorcycle Ride'.
Guinness World Records is pleased to confirm that your record application has been accepted. In this email should be all the information you need to proceed with attempting a Guinness World Records title.
The record you have applied for is: ’Longest journey by motorcycle in a single country’.
The current record (current as at the date of this letter) is: The longest continuous journey by motorcycle within a single country is 18,301 km (11,371.69 miles), by Mohsin Haq (India), who toured all 28 states of India between 2 October and 26 November 2011.
This is the current record, as of today, but records are being attempted and achieved every day. If the above record is broken Guinness World Records will not email you to inform of the new record. It is your responsibility to check with us to confirm the current record that you have to beat before making your attempt.
Your Record Guidelines
Guinness World Records is pleased to provide you with the specific Record Guidelines for Longest journey by motorcycle in a single country and we wish you the best of luck in your record attempt.
The attached Records Guidelines detail the rules which must be followed during your attempt for this Guinness World Records title. You must ensure that everyone involved in your record attempt – including participants, stewards and witnesses – are familiar with the Record Guidelines.
Also attached is the Evidence Required document which outlines all the evidence Guinness World Records needs to assess your record attempt.
Your Record Attempt
Each and every record held by Guinness World Records is verified and approved by a Guinness World Records Adjudicator – the official Guinness World Records judge – who undertakes the assessment process to determine whether a world record has been achieved.
You are not required to have an Adjudicator present when you attempt a record. When an Adjudicator is not present you must carefully document and record your attempt so our team of Adjudicators can remotely assess the evidence you send to us and verify whether your attempt has been successful.