Bru Time #31 - Ben King (King on the Road)
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Ben King is a 24yr old whirlwind. He set off in August 2017 to try and become the youngest person ever to ride around the world - fast forward to 2020 and he's back home in Blighty due to Covid, but has so far 'only' managed to reach the Chinese border in his travels.

Ben is one of life's characters, an impeccably nice chap with a heart of gold and not a single bad bone in his body. It was an absolute joy to chat with him about his adventures so far and his plans for the future when his travels recommence. Enjoy this one folks.

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