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Although there's yet to be a proper confirmation from the man himself, professional straight-white-male Dan Bilzerian has reportedly completed his Vegas-to-L.A cycling bet - a ride that covers a whopping 300 miles.
Which means he's about to bag $1.2 million out of it.
Poker player Bill Perkins bet him $600,000 and tweeted updates on the challenge. Early on Thursday morning he said that Bilzerian was near to the end, which was pretty good given that the ride had to be completed by 11:59pm the same day.
@DanBilzerian 25 miles away, controversial van removed 100ish miles out, no doubt Dan smoked this on a few drugs & adrenaline #EgoMotivation
- Bill Perkins (Guy) (@bp22) March 31, 2016
Other poker bros have joined in on the celebrations:
He began the ride at the Las Vegas welcome sign at around 3:30pm on March 29th.
Pretty mean feat. It probably helped that Bilzerian employed Lance Armstrong as a coach when preparing for it. In return, Bilzerian donated $25,000 to Armstrong's child cancer charity.
Words by Josh Teal
Topics: Dan Bilzerian
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