Friday, May 6, 2011

The World's Oldest Cyclist Turns 103

Check out this video interview with Octavio Ordunez, likely to be the world's oldest cyclist, who turned 103 years of age this past March.

Despite the fact that his 81-year-old wife made him switch to a three wheel bike after he turned 100, Octavio still rides almost everyday - riding roughly 6 miles. During the interview Octavio offers a few tips for staying healthy, including eating an apple each day. I guess riding down to the beach everyday to see younger women in short skirts and pants couldn't hurt a man from keeping his health either.


1 comment:

Stephania Andrade said...

Wow 103 and ridding 6 miles daily! I can barely ride for 6 every other week, and I'm 23! Great inspirational video.