In June 2013, I will be taking on the world’s toughest endurance race Race Across America (RAAM), a 3,000 mile non-stop race from the Pacific coast to the Atlantic shore.
On March 18, 2011, I was the victim of a near fatal hit and run accident when a speeding motorist plowed into me, making no attempt to brake before or after the collision.
Despite sustaining severe injuries I have been able to make a miraculous recovery.
I’m very fortunate to have a second chance and am committed to using this chance to do what I can to campaign for bicycle safety and to help cancer sufferers.
I would love to have your support on the road
Has been cycling both recreationally and competitively since the age of 9, when he started touring around the mountains of France with his parents on his first '10-speed'. As a junior he has raced internationally, representating his home country of Wales and also won several welsh national time trial championships in his age group. In recent years he has raced at an elite level in both the USA & UK.
Meuring moved to from London to Philadelphia in October, 2009 having met Kristie while in USA earlier that year.
As a consultant, Meuring manages his training around a hectic travel schedule by taking a "suitcase bike" with him wherever his work takes him.
Meurig finished RAAM in the early hours of Sunday morning.
He covered the 2,962.4 mile course in a time of 11 days, 11 hours and 23 minutes and finished in the top 15