Juliana Buhring

Juliana Buhring (born 2 June 1981) is a British-German ultra-endurance cyclist and writer. In December 2012, she set the first Guinness World Record as the fastest woman to circumnavigate the globe by bike, riding over in a total time of 152 days (144 actual days in the saddle).

Buhring was the only woman to participate in the inaugural Transcontinental Race from London to Istanbul in 2013, finishing in 9th place overall. In 2014, she won the first edition of the Trans Am Bike Race (women) and 4th place overall. In 2018, Buhring won the women's category and came third overall in the inaugural self-supported Bikingman Oman Sprint. She started cycling for the first time in 2011 at the age of 30, and is now considered one of the strongest female ultra-endurance cyclists in the world.

Juliana Buhring is co-author of ''Not Without My Sister'', an international best-seller translated into 11 languages, detailing her life growing up within the Children of God and author of ''This Road I Ride'', an account of her world cycle ride.

Buhring is Race Director for the Two Volcano Sprint (2VS), a single-stage, unsupported bicycle challenge starting and finishing at southern Italy's two iconic volcanoes, Mount Vesuvius and Mount Etna. The event promotes and sponsors projects, initiatives or services that positively impact nature preservation, environmental sustainability, or climate action while boosting economic growth for local communities in south Italy. Provided by Wikipedia
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  1. This road I ride
    sometimes it takes losing everything to find yourself
    by Buhring, Juliana, 1981-
    Published 2016
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