The ski instructor and organiser of extreme cycle tourism tour and no-limit international competitions, including the Toubkal Trail in Morocco and K3 is certainly a man of many talents. Nico Valsesia is an ultra-trail runner, cyclist and endurance champion who has turned his motto into his trademark: "Fatigue doesn't exist." Valsesia, who lives in Borgomanero in the province of Novara, has been racking up an array of extreme sporting feats all across the world for over 20 years and breaking plenty of records along the way, including From Zero To, setting the best time for reaching three of the seven peaks without stopping: Elbrus, Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro (plus the Mont Blanc test). He is planning to climb Everest (China/Nepal) in 2020 and will then target the remaining ones: Mount Wilhelm (Papua New Guinea), Vinson (Antarctica) and Denali (Alaska). During his career, he has amassed a huge number of fans, including some celebrities. Giovanni Storti (from the comedic trio of Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo) has joined him on many of his extreme adventures. Aldo Rock from Radio Deejay has dedicated many of his Fino alla fine del mondo (Until the end of the world) radio shows to Nico's impressive achievements. Italian-American DJ and producer Benny Benassi was Valsesia's number one fan during his multiple participations in the Race Across America (RAAM), the exhausting 5,000 kilometre non-stop race from coast to coast which he has braved on five occasions.