Living a life of adventure, pushing the limits of ultra endurance and sharing inspiring stories from around the world. Jonas Deichmann is the first and only person to have cycled the entire landmass of Eurasia and a two times World Record holder.

 

 

Born and raised in the Black Forrest, Germany, Jonas spent his childhood running around the forest with his brother and experimenting with a range of endurance sports. The adventurous lifestyle of his early years formed his ambitions to explore the world and set himself incredible challenges.

 

Following his dream to explore the world, Jonas spent his university time in seven different countries and partly studied from a remote island to balance his desire for adventure and academic excellence. Taking on extra courses during his first years at university, Jonas gained the time to pursue a two-year cycling tour around the world whilst still completing university on schedule. 

During this epic journey, Jonas covered over 60.000 km and cycled across more than 70 countries.

 

In 2017, Jonas set of in Cabo da Roca, Portugal to set the World Records for the fastest cycling across Europe and Eurasia. Six weeks into the unsupported challenge, he found himself sick, hungry and miserable in the middle of the Siberian wilderness whilst a snowstorm was making his life difficult. Despite this, Jonas continued pushing his bike and averaged over 250 km across Far Eastern Russia. He arrived in Vladivostok after 64 days - having cycled 14.331 km and setting two new World Records.

 

Currently Jonas is training hard for a new World Record attempt in 2018 - it´s going to be further, faster and tougher than anything he has done before.