The Riders


ARION5

The ULV Team have two returning riders for the ARION5; Ken and Yas, as well as Milo, a brand new addition to our team!

 

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Male Rider A: Ken Buckley

Current British male land speed record holder with a speed of 76.59 MPH.

Male Rider B: Milo Dixon

 

Female Rider: Yasmin Tredell

Current British female land speed record holder with a speed of 71.05 MPH.

 

ARION4

ARION4 took a slightly different approach to high speed human powered vehicles. The ARION4 handbike was ridden by paralympian Karen Darke MBE and hand cyclist Ken Talbot in 2018.

 

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Karen Darke MBE

200m, 5 mile flying start world record holder with a speed of 46.54 mph.

600m acceleration world record holder with a speed of 30.30 mph.

Ken Talbot

200m, 5 mile flying start world record holder with a speed of 51.58 mph.

600m acceleration world record holder with a speed of 33.81 mph.

 

ARION3

The ULV Team had two returning riders for the ARION3. The returning male, Ken, broke his own British record, raising it to 77.4 mph.Yasmin raised the British female record up to 71.49 mph.However, bother records were set under illegal windspeeds

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Ken Buckley

Current British male land speed record holder with a speed of 76.59 MPH.

Yasmin Tredell

Current British female land speed record holder with a speed of 71.05 MPH.

ARION2

The ULV Team had two riders for the ARION2. The returning male, Ken, broke his own British record, raising it to 76.59 mph. The new addition, Yasmin raised the British female record by 29 mph, up to 71.05 mph.

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Ken Buckley

Current British male land speed record holder with a speed of 76.59 MPH.

Yasmin Tredell

Current British female land speed record holder with a speed of 71.05 MPH.

ARION1

The ULV Team chose two male riders of the ARION1.

Ken Buckley

Current British land speed record holder with a speed of 75.03 MPH.

Dave Collins

Second fastest British male with a speed of 70.02 MPH. Previous British land speed holder.

 

The ULV Team have teamed up with leading sports scientists from Liverpool Hope University, who will help in the training and athletic development of the riders.