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Variety

These are some of the best photos selected from all of the photo albums below.

Sea Trials

This album features photos from various stages of testing, from capsize tests to the sea trials.

Expedition Boat Building

This album features the design and fabrication the Pacific ocean crossing version of WiTHiN – Greg’s human powered boat that he plans to pedal 3000 miles across the Pacific ocean from Canada to Hawaii.

Prototype boat building

WITHIN-Prototype is a proof of concept boat based on a 2- man kayak hull that will enable rapid development of the technology required to make WITHIN viable.

2008 water record attempt (Montana)

On June 8, 2008 Greg Kolodziejzyk pedalled 245.16 km in 24 hours setting a new world record for the most distance travelled on water by human power (HPVA and Guinness record).

2007 water record failed attempt (Calgary)

On June 2, 2007 Greg Kolodziejzyk pedalled 173 km in 24 hours setting a new world record for the most distance travelled on water by pedal powered boat (Guinness Record), but missing the actual human powered 24 hour distance record.

Critical Power 2 boat building

This is a amazing 40 lbs carbon fiber trimaran that beat Carter Johnson’s 24 hour kayak distance record.

2006 land record attempt (California)

On July 19, 2006 Greg set his first world record by pedaling Critical Power 1041.24 km around a race track in Eureka, California – the most distance travelled by human power in 24 hours.

2005 land record failed attempt (Alabama)

The failed record attempt on Nov 25, 2006 on the NCAT test track in Alabama.

Critical Power Silver Build (2nd attempt)

Design and farbrication of the second version of Critical Power human powered vehicle that set a world record of 647 miles (1041.24 km) in Eureka, California 2006. The 24 hour human powered distance word record.

Critical Power Black building (1st attempt)

Design and farbrication of the first version of Critical Power human powered vehicle that was used in the 2005 Alabama failed attempt at the 24 hour human powered distance word record.