March has been the Space Cadets biggest month ever with a total of 3,335 km (2,072 miles) completed by the team. In total the Space Cadets have now completed 28,490 km (17,703 miles) which is approximately 71% of the way around the equator which would put them right around the Indonesian island of Sumatra had they headed west or in the South Pacific headed for the Galapagos Islands had they headed east.
On the longitude of the office in Roddinglaw they would be 86% of the way round the world which would place the Space Cadets in the western part of Russia had they headed west or in the Labrador sea between Canada and Greenladn had they headed east.
As an aside the Space Cadets are also approaching the distance required by the Guiness Book of World Records for round the world cycling expeditions which is 29,000 km – only 510 km to go . The records for this are 78 days, 14 hours, 40 minutes for the men and 124 days, 11 hours for the women. For comparison this has taken the Space Cadets 334 days so far.
Benny Corr shared a picture of Tinto from Culter Fell and Jamie Corr shared a picture of sunrise on the 1st of March.