Cycling for local wildlife

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  • My girlfriend and I are riding from John O'Groats to Land's End this July. We wanted to do it for a while now, but holidays usually meant going abroad. Now, because of Covid, we've decided that it's finally time to do it.

    And while we're at it, we're trying to raise some money for a local charity (if you can, please consider donating of course - https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/p­awel-glita).

    I was wondering if anyone has done it this way (I understand the usual way is the other way around but for us that wouldn't make sense logistically)? Got any tips, routes, b&b recommendations? Please do let me know. I already decided we'll be doing the more hilly version to spice things up a bit...

    Oh, and we even have a poster now.


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  • Great stuff and good luck

  • Thank you!

  • Search the forum for "lejog" and you might turn up some tours that have useful info.
    Also there's a Cycle Touring thread and crazyguyonabike website would have info.
    Lejog is so popular there's bound to be books and or blogs etc for people going the "wrong" way.

  • Thanks, will check those out! We wanted to do the right way, but logistically it just doesn’t make sense for us. Also hoping to ride back to Portsmouth from Land’s End, see how that goes.

  • Mersey ferry is only commute service from woodside if you want to cross the mersey .

  • Cheers! I’ll look into it.

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