Daniel Polman — Sponzorovaní závodníci — Duratec

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Daniel Polman

Extreme cyclist, alpinist, Czech record holder, chief editor of LIDÉ & HORY ( People and mountains) magazine, he took part in Alpentour Austria (the longest MTB circuit in the world), participant of "Velký Benátčan" expedition

Born
: October1979
Residence: Nová Paka

Recent achievments:

  • 2014: 3-days MTB race Granitland Xtreme (AT): 4th in total (3rd place in 2nd lap)
  • 2013: MarathonMan – international serial (CZ, AT, ITA, GER), 2th place in total
  • 2013: Salzkammergut Trophy 211 km (AT): 20th place in total
  • 2013: International Race KitzAlp (AT): 12th place in total, 2nd place in category
  • 2012: extreme bike&hide project "Knock the Glock"
  • 2011: Stage race for teams of two Alpentour Adventure (AT) - with O. Mikule: 1st place in total
  • 2011: MarathonMan – international serial (CZ, AT, ITA, GER), 9th place in total / 7th place in category. – the best Czech 
  • 2010: International Stage Race Alpentour Trophy (AT): 3rd place in category
  • 2010: International Race Sella Ronda Hero (ITA): 2nd place in category
  • 2010: 24-hour race  Schötz (SUI): 3rd place,880 km – Czech record


In 2009, he took part in bike&hike expedition called „Velký Benátčan" (Great Venetian). Its aim was to get from Venice to an Austrian peak Großvenediger 3674 m (Great Venetian in English) with one’s own strength. He managed to finish the310 km long track with the altitude of6000 m without break on a road bicycle, mountain bicycle and climbing over the glacier in less than 17 hours. Descending the hill and downhill ride took him 3 more hours. Thus, he successfully finished the non-stop expedition in 20 hours. (Taken from: lideahory.cz)

At present, Dan Polman is planning an extreme bike&hike project called "Knock the Glock. Its aim is to overcome the distance between the capital of Austria and the highest mountain of this country. And this all only with the help of one’s own strength (road bike, MTB, walking, climbing) non-stop in the shortest time possible. The project is planned for July/August 2012