Yvon Le Caer writes to tell us about his Ocean Cycling World. Back in the day, Yvon set a world record on his AquaCycle.

The AquaCycle prototype which I rode across the Western English Channel in 1985, was the product of a unique development effort in a most unconventional field. Although the idea had been in the back of my mind for decades, it’s finally in June of 1978, after winning two gold medals at the Florida Cycling Masters Championships, that I decided [with the help of American experts on the subject(s)] to go ahead with the design and construction of such an innovative watercraft which, in essence, would merge bicycle & marine-related technologies.


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