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    GP-1200 Girona to Portugal challange

    From the East coast of Spain to the Western shores of Portugal, A journey of 1,200 kilometers with 11,910m of elevation gain, Jack finished the ride in 56 hours, fresh and relatively unscathed.
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    GP-1200 Girona to Portugal Challenge

    Uploaded May 21, 2020
    From the East coast of Spain to the Western shores of Portugal, in October 2019, Jack decided he needed a challenge and so set about riding the route non stop...

    A journey of 1,200 kilometers with 11,910m of elevation gain, Jack finished the ride in 56 hours, fresh and relatively unscathed.

    As part of this challenge, Jack was eager to raise awareness about mental health, in particular the stigma that is often associated with such conditions. Talking open and candidly about his own struggles with drug use and depression and how the bike has allowed him to overcome these difficult times, 'GP-1200' looks to turn a chapter in what can only be described as 'a silent killer that affects us all,' be it directly or indirectly.

    "Riding my bike from Girona to Portugal is nothing compared to my early teenage years and my struggles with mental health. I just hope that by sharing my story, I can inspire others to go about pushing their own limits in search of happiness."

    #itsoknottobeok

    Director & DP - @sauriproductions

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    GP-1200 Girona to Portugal challange

    Directed by Sami Sauri 2020 16 min

    GP-1200 Girona to Portugal Challenge

    Uploaded May 21, 2020
    From the East coast of Spain to the Western shores of Portugal, in October 2019, Jack decided he needed a challenge and so set about riding the route non stop...

    A journey of 1,200 kilometers with 11,910m of elevation gain, Jack finished the ride in 56 hours, fresh and relatively unscathed.

    As part of this challenge, Jack was eager to raise awareness about mental health, in particular the stigma that is often associated with such conditions. Talking open and candidly about his own struggles with drug use and depression and how the bike has allowed him to overcome these difficult times, 'GP-1200' looks to turn a chapter in what can only be described as 'a silent killer that affects us all,' be it directly or indirectly.

    "Riding my bike from Girona to Portugal is nothing compared to my early teenage years and my struggles with mental health. I just hope that by sharing my story, I can inspire others to go about pushing their own limits in search of happiness."

    #itsoknottobeok

    Director & DP - @sauriproductions

    Music -
    Moments
    Performed by Last Heroes
    Courtesy of Ophelia Records and Involved Publishing

    Do Androids Dream Part 3
    Performed by Andrew Bayer
    Courtesy of Anjunabeats and Involved Publishing

    Third Evangelist
    Performed by Khåen
    Courtesy of Involved Publishing

    Stella (Ryan Davis Rethink)
    Performed by Lycoriscoris
    Courtesy of Anjunadeep and Involved Publishing

    Picking Up my Girlfriend
    Performed by Russ Davies
    Courtesy of Involved Publishing

    Lifetime
    Performed by A Year On Earth
    Courtesy of Involved Publishing
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    GP-1200 Girona to Portugal challange

    From the East coast of Spain to the Western shores of Portugal, in October 2019, Jack decided he needed a challenge and so set about riding the route non stop...

    A journey of 1,200 kilometers with 11,910m of elevation gain, Jack finished the ride in 56 hours, fresh and relatively unscathed.

    As part of this challenge, Jack was eager to raise awareness about mental health, in particular the stigma that is often associated with such conditions. Talking open and candidly about his own struggles with drug use and depression and how the bike has allowed him to overcome these difficult times, 'GP-1200' looks to turn a chapter in what can only be described as 'a silent killer that affects us all,' be it directly or indirectly.

    "Riding my bike from Girona to Portugal is nothing compared to my early teenage years and my struggles with mental health. I just hope that by sharing my story, I can inspire others to go about pushing their own limits in search of happiness."

    #itsoknottobeok

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