1. Guinness World Record: Shortest charging time to cross the USA in an electric vehicle
From April 16–19, 2015, Rodney Hawk, Deena Mastracci, and Reese drove from Los Angeles to New York City. They used a Tesla Model S P85D electric vehicle. The total charging time was 12 hours 48 minutes and 14 seconds. 
2. Fastest time to cross the USA in an electric vehicle record
The April 16–19, 2015 trip also set the record for the fastest time from Los Angeles to New York City in an electric vehicle. The total trip time was 58 hours and 55 minutes; Guinness does not track speed records on open roads; so this “record” is unofficial. However, it was recorded and verified by a third party “GPS Insight” a fleet tracking company. Reese’s team beats the previous records set by Tesla staff and a team from Edmunds.com. The trip was supported by Anthony Alvarado, Johnnie Oberg, and Matt Nordenstrom.
3. Transcontinental autonomous record
From October 18–21, 2015, Deena Mastracci and Reese invited journalist Alex Roy to set the record for the shortest LA-NYC trip with a semi-autonomous car. Elon musk congratulated Reese’s team on Twitter.  The first coast-to-coast autonomous record was set by employees of Delphi. Delphi engineers covered 3,400 miles, San Francisco to New York City, over a span of nine days. The trio drove from Redondo Beach, CA in route to Red Ball Garage in Manhattan in 57 hours and 48 minutes. The drivers used the autopilot function of the Tesla Model S P85D for 96.1% of the 2995-mile journey. 
4. Fastest time to cross the USA in an electric vehicle record
5. Double transcontinental electric vehicle record
On October 22, 2015, after fewer than 28 hours in New York City after the record-breaking autonomous run, Deena Mastracci and Reese drove the Tesla P85D back to the Portofino Hotel in Redondo Beach, California. Chris Bischof a California notary stood by to officially log the couple in; a staff member of the Portofino was signed as a witness the accomplishment .
The couple set the double transcontinental record for an electric vehicle (round trip LA-NYC-LA) with a time of 6 days, 6 hours, and 22 minutes; this beat the previous record set by Dan Edmunds and Kurt Niebuhrs, which was 6 days, 23 hours, and 4 minutes.
6. Solo motorcycle record from Los Angeles to New York City
On August 28–29, 2015, Reese set the record for fastest solo motorcycle from Los Angeles to New York City with a time of 38 hours and 49 minutes. He departed from West Valley Cycle Sales in Winnetka, CA at 3:15 A.M.PST and arrived in Manhattan BMW Motorrad in New York City at 9:04 P.M. EST. Reese insisted on notaries at both the start and finish lines, a first for transcontinental runs, who verified both his identification, engine number, odometer reading, and the VIN of the vehicle. The vehicles he used were also tracked and verified by GPS Insight a third-party GPS tracking corporation. Reese also submitted to voluntary urine analysis to prove to skeptics that his system was free of stimulants or drugs to help him achieve his endurance records. The Transcontinental Drivers Association has also verified Reese’s documents.
7. Lap of Mo’orea scooter record
On March 26, 2016, Reese set the fastest lap around the island of Mo’orea in the French Polynesian Islands. He set a lap time of 48 minutes and 18 seconds driving an 8-horsepower Peugeot 125cc Tweet Scooter. Reese captured the event on timelapse and posted it to his YouTube account. The lap around Mo’orea is also known as the Coconut Cannonball 125 where participants attempt to circle the island aboard rented scooters in the shortest amount of time.
8. Closest Place to the Sun on Earth to the Sea on Motorcycle in a Single Day
On September 3, 2016, Reese and Sebastain Montero were granted special access on Chimborazo in Ecuador; to set the record. The pair set the new world record for riding on motorcycles from the closest point on Earth to the sun to an elevation at sea-level in a single day. Reese and Montero reached a gain/loss in elevation of 56,678 feet during their endeavor. Chimborazo, the highest mountain which is located in the South American country. However, even at 20,548 feet, Chimborazo isn’t the highest mountain by elevation above sea-level in the world, but its location along the equatorial bulge makes its summit the closest point on Earth’s surface to the sun. Although Chimborazo is typically off-limits to motorcycles due to the remoteness of the mountain in the case of an emergency, Minister Serrano granted Reese and his team special access to the natural wonder. The record like others Reese has set is to bring awareness to The Motorcycle Relief Project. MRP is a 501.3 (C) charity that benefits combat veterans suffering from PTSD. The Ride of My Life producer Brad Barker is well known for work on Discovery® and the History Channel® filmed Reese journey .
9. Most Individuals stuffed into a Tesla P100D
On December 25, 2016, Reese and Deena Mastracci and friends set the record of the most people stuff inside a Tesla P100D. Total of 19 people managed to fit into the Tesla Model S. The event was broadcast live on Facebook and a second steady cam was used to captured and uploaded to YouTube. 
Motorcycle Relief Project
Reese and his Fiancee Deena Mastracci set multiple world records to bring attention to Motorcycle Relief Project a US-based 501(c)(3) charity that helps combat veterans that have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. 
Coalition of Hope
On September 3, 2016 Reese set a motorcycle record in Ecuador to bring awareness to the joint project between the Coalition of Hope is a US-based 501(c)(3), and The Ride of My Life. Bringing attention to the earthquake that happened on April 2016. The 7.8 earthquake that killed 650 people people and destroyed 26000 homes. 
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