China's Zhou Zhuangchen (white hat) with his support team after ‘Everesting Everest’ – cycling over 423km and 8,848 metres up and down the road that leads to Everest, the height of the world’s largest mountain. Photo: Matthias Magg China's Zhou Zhuangchen (white hat) with his support team after ‘Everesting Everest’ – cycling over 423km and 8,848 metres up and down the road that leads to Everest, the height of the world’s largest mountain. Photo: Matthias Magg
China's Zhou Zhuangchen (white hat) with his support team after ‘Everesting Everest’ – cycling over 423km and 8,848 metres up and down the road that leads to Everest, the height of the world’s largest mountain. Photo: Matthias Magg

Podcast: true toll of 400km Everest challenge revealed - The Adventure Trail

Zhou Zhuangchen pedalled up and down the road leading to the world’s highest mountain to match its elevation gain

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China's Zhou Zhuangchen (white hat) with his support team after ‘Everesting Everest’ – cycling over 423km and 8,848 metres up and down the road that leads to Everest, the height of the world’s largest mountain. Photo: Matthias Magg China's Zhou Zhuangchen (white hat) with his support team after ‘Everesting Everest’ – cycling over 423km and 8,848 metres up and down the road that leads to Everest, the height of the world’s largest mountain. Photo: Matthias Magg
China's Zhou Zhuangchen (white hat) with his support team after ‘Everesting Everest’ – cycling over 423km and 8,848 metres up and down the road that leads to Everest, the height of the world’s largest mountain. Photo: Matthias Magg
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