Pedal 1000 miles, end to end, on this classic challenge from Land’s End to John O’Groats, the furthest possible distance in the British Isles. This is a classic challenge that is on many a cyclist’s ‘to do’ list. Covering more than 12 counties, this is one of the toughest fundraising cycle events available.
From the rocky cliffs and pounding seas of Land’s End, through the rolling hills of Dartmoor, through the stunning mountains of the Lake District and along the Lochs of Great Glen to our finish line at the Northernmost point of the UK mainland, LEJOG will test you to your limits, but it is the most fabulous way to see the UK and one of the biggest achievements you are every likely to accomplish!
Day 1 – Land’s End to Liskeard – Cycling distance – approx. 83 miles
Day 2 – Liskeard to Tiverton – Cycling distance – approx.70 miles
Day 3 – Tiverton to Tintern – Cycling distance – approx. 105 miles
Day 4 – Tintern to Shrewsbury – Cycling distance – approx. 89 miles
Day 5 – Shrewsbury to Preston – Cycling distance – approx. 92 miles
Day 6 – Preston to Carlisle – Cycling distance – approx. 104 miles
Day 7 – Carlisle to Kilmarnock – Cycling distance – approx. 108 miles
Day 8 – Kilmarnock to Inveraray – Cycling distance – approx. 86 miles
Day 9 – Inveraray to Loch Lochy – Cycling distance – approx. 72 miles
Day 10 – Loch Lochy to Tain – Cycling distance – approx. 107 miles
Day 11 – Tain to Tongue – Cycling distance – approx. 66 miles
Day 12 – Tongue to John O’Groats – transfer to Inverness – Cycling distance – approx. 65 miles
Day 13 – Depart Inverness – Homeward Bound After breakfast at our hotel, it’s time for goodbyes as you and your fellow cyclists go your separate ways and start your journey home.
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