Wednesday, 19 February 2020

82 year old cyclist Russ Mantle approaches his millionth mile during a ride in Mytchett, near Aldershot, Britain November 7, 2019. An 82-year-old man on Thursday became the first British cyclist to register one million miles on his bike with a five-mile ride to a cafe. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

82 year old cyclist Russ Mantle approaches his millionth mile during a ride in Mytchett, near Aldershot, Britain November 7, 2019. Russ Mantle, a retired civil servant, has recorded his mileage since he got his first bike in 1952. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

82 year old cyclist Russ Mantle approaches his millionth mile during a ride in Mytchett, near Aldershot, Britain November 7, 2019. He has meticulously noted every ride as he cycled to work, participated in local races and pedalled up mountains in Europe and America. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

82 year old cyclist Russ Mantle celebrates after cycling his millionth mile during a ride in Mytchett, near Aldershot, Britain November 7, 2019. While it is unknown how many people may have cycled such a distance, Mantle is the first to register his mileage and have the proof. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

82 year old cyclist Russ Mantle celebrates after cycling his millionth mile following a ride in Mytchett, near Aldershot, Britain November 7, 2019. "It is just another milestone to pass a million and then on to one one, one two and so on. I should probably finish up close to 2,000,000 by the time I die when I am 100," Mantle said. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls

82 year old cyclist Russ Mantle celebrates after cycling his millionth mile following a ride in Mytchett, near Aldershot, Britain November 7, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls