Did anyone watch the Kapp to Cape documentary? What did you guys think of it? Do you guys think you could beat the 102 day record for it? I just think what the guy did was crazy, especially with cycling through some dangerous areas and keeping going even with all his health problems. I don't understand why every time he wanted to sleep in a hotel and why he wouldn't just opt out for sleeping in his tent when he was cycling and falling asleep. I feel like if he planned it a bit better he could have avoided issues with food -I'm kind of thinking of a system similar to the 'bag drop zome' for the LEL, but there could be an issue with that, with a trip of such a big scale. A bit shocked that if he spent so much time planning it, then why did he not know of the gravel roads in Tanzania? Knowing he was cycling through places with malaria, I don't understand why he didn't plan ahead and take anti malarial tablets, he could have prevented getting malaria in the first place, didn't see him sleeping with a net either.