Jen Orr, 43, a physical therapist from Murrieta, will attempt to break the World Ultra Cycling Association 24-Hour Solo Female World Record of 439.65 miles. The current record, held by Nancy Raposo, was set almost three decades ago, Sept. 22, 1992. Orr is a newcomer to the ultra-cycling community and only entered her first 24-hour time trial in November 2017. Her results were an impressive 392.8 miles and an entry card for Solo Race Across America. In 2018, she won the 24-Hour World Time Trial Championships setting a new female course record of 456 miles. In 2019, Orr not only won the overall female division of the 928-mile, non-stop Race Across the West, but she also beat the entire men’s field. “That was an extraordinary accomplishment,” Orr said. In just two short year
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