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The Ultimate List of End to End Travelogue and Blog links 

I am in the process of transferring this list to a new format to make it more useful by creating an individual post per entry and adding tags. This will make it easier to search and find similar trips. I have stopped updating this list in preferences to the new format. 

For many years Ian at http://www.cymbelline.eu/lejog/ maintained a website which included the ultimate list of links to web sites about Land’s End to John O’Groats cycling trips. It appears that Ian stopped updating his site in 2008, confirmed when Ian hasn’t responded to my emails. so to continue his great work I have gone through his list of links, removed the broken ones and reproduced the ones that still work below, and started to add new links.

Although Ian’s list is no longer proactively updated, his site is still worth a visit for links to some of the older sites that can be still accessed via an archive.

Ian’s site is also worth a visit for East of Pennine LEJOG routes, including Ian’s own trip.

 If you would like me to add a link on the list below  to your site then send me an email.  The full list is updated regularly and is shown below the Bikemap route map at the base of this page.

OTHER USEFUL LINKS – For other links not related to LEJOG Travelogues, click here

ROUTE MAPS For links to other LEJOG / JOGLE routes that are available on online mapping sites, click hereDo you have a route I can add?  End to End Routes available on Bikemap can be seen at the following link and also on the map below.

http://www.bikemap.net/routes#lat=50.0643&lng=-5.7125&zoom=15&type=2&gnd=1_2_3&cat=0&rat=0


Popular routes in this area – powered by Bikemap

End to End Travelogue Links (Up to entry 241)

If any of the links below don’t work, especially the older ones, then the sites may have been scrapped by their owners. They can often still be seen by entering their http address at the following link: Thanks to Ian, author of the original Ultimate list, for the link.

http://web.archive.org/collections/web.html

List last updated 28 August 2012

 

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241 Blog: http://pandaonabike.blogspot.co.uk/Follow on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/swordpanda/Charity Site http://www.charitygiving.co.uk/cycling_challenge 870 miles – 8 days – 2 bikes – Land’s End to John O’Groats in aid of Project Mobility17th to 25th August 2012
240 steveandcarlslejog12.wordpress.com Steve Prince and Carl Robert’s will be embarking on the LeJog on 22nd September 2012in aid of the Liverpool Women’s Hospital Newborn Appeal.It is a work in progress and will be updated very regularly with all their training rides and final route information.
239 www.jogle2012.com Daniel is doing JOGLE via it the easiest way (least climb) he could as he’s a ‘recreational’ cyclist. He loves it but by his own admission is not incredibly fit/competitive etc. All he wants to do is raise money for his friends’ charities. He has compiled a full, 15 day route and it’s on the site.
238 www.end2endchallenge.wordpress.com Kristy’s husband and fellow Team Lardy Boys are taking on the LEJOG challenge on 13th May 2012.Last year their daughter Kitty was critically ill and was only saved thanks to the expertise and care she received at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. A year on in celebration of her amazing recovery they are taking on the challenge and hoping to raise money for RMCH charity and also Firefighter’s charity (3 of the team are firefighters)
237 http://www.the1001club.com/2012/04/47-cycle-country-john-o-groats-lands.html Brian completed a solo unsupported JOGLE in April 2012 over 10 days.He had extremely limited experience of cycling and he was very pleased to have managed it. His link is to the  trip blog  about the experience, including the training he did for it.
236 RECOMMENDEDwww.justgiving.com/jonathan-jolly I had a nasty accident in september 09 breaking my neck and leaving me with a spinal cord injury. Riding a 3 wheeled recumbant – you don`t have to balance on three wheels – I am raising funds for REGAIN ” the sports tetrapleigic trust” who helped fund my trike, and in the process giving me my life back.
235  
234 http://upsidedown2012.blogspot.co.uk/http://www.twitter.com/upsidedown2012 Simon and his colleagues start their 900 Mile End2End later this year, cycling it upsidedown – JOGLE!
233 http://thechainspokers.blogspot.com/ 6 friends did it between 24th June – 5th July 2011 for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The blog is a pretty detailed account over the 12 days with some really good photo’s.
232 http://www.apcj81.dsl.pipex.com/ Pete’s account of his trip that took place in 2008 over 9 days
231 Blog:  http://teamaliceontour.blogspot.com/Charity site: http://www.alicesescapes.co.uk/ A team of Cumbrian cyclists have taken up the monumental challenge of riding 1000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The ride will take 10 days starting 20th April 2012, covering around 100 miles per day. We are fundraising for Alice’s Escapes, a new charity founded by Alice Pyne and her family. The charity’s aim is to provide holidays for seriously ill children and their families, one which we think is such a worthy cause.
230 Bloghttp://fearlessandunique.wordpress.com/2011/09/08/lands-end-to-john-ogroats-and-even-further-all-you-need-is-one-gear-to-pedal-to-happiness/Photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/reizkultur/sets/72157627248995778/with/5935129855/ Marcus Stitz completed Lands End to John O’Groats on a bike with one gear in 2011.
229 http://hitimes.wordpress.com/about/ “We lost Wee Dee due to a long-standing brain tumour in the Summer.  She was 37.  We miss her every day.Consequently, her husband Ian and brothers John, Mark and David, along with Sammy, Tubs and Gio will cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats in the Summer of 2012to celebrate her memory and raise funds for Brain Tumour Action and Epilepsy Scotland.”
228 www.notthehairybikers.comRECOMMENDED Alex and Mike, two friends who work together, and in September 2011 we rode the length of Great Britain from top to bottom and raise money for some good causesalong the way.You’ll find our random musings and notes on preparing for the ride here, Planned route as well as Garmin dataon the actual route, dietary advice and more.So, if you’re after crucial information like the best kind of bacon to prepare you for a day in the saddle, the isotonic properties of bitter or how to use the power of grumbling to improve your climbing, you’re in the right place.
227 www.nigelend2end.co.uk 50 year old Nigel Bradley from Newcastle does it unsupported in 9 days, 1.5hrs in August 2011. Nigel says “Best experience of my life”.
226 wombatsdojogle.wordpress.com  A bunch of aged cricketers are going to Jogle next May 2012 for charity
225 blog http://adventure-eyes.com/#/adventure-eyes-monster-ride/4554072314Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/adventureeyesMy blog post on their trip: http://alpew.posterous.com/the-adventure-eyes-monster-ride-is-coming-thrJust Giving SIte: http://www.justgiving.com/Kate-Ryley 3 girls from the Adventure Eyes completed LEJOG in August 2011 over 14 days using campsite. Their blog includes their route, campsites where they stayed, videos and a host of other info on the trip raising money for Mountain Rescue UK
224 http://www.louisebarrett.co.uk/blog/?cat=32Louise’ campsite route. HERE Louise blog is written from the perspective of not just cycling the route but also from the support team as well. Campsite Route completed in July/August 2011.
223 http://helpforheroesjogle.blogspot.com/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/4heroesjogle We are going to be cycling from John O Groats to Lands End in August 2011. It’s a total of 945 miles and should take us 12 days to complete. Dave did a 6 month tour in Helmand with 2 Rifles in 2009 and it has inspired us to help to raise money , and support awareness for our injured military Heroes. We would like to thank you for your support and will keep you updated with our progress! Ed Coy, Andrew Cracknell and Dave Wallace
222 RECOMMENDEDhttp://www.buskersonbikes.org/Justgiving site: http://www.justgiving.com/buskersonbikes/Blog: http://buskingbikers.blogspot.com/ Brian, Dan, Dave, Dom, Jonny, Neil and Warren are taking a trip of a lifetime to raise money for Cancer Research.During July and August we’ll be cycling from Land’s End to John O’ Groats, but to add to the challenge (and the fun, we hope) we’ll be playing gigs along the way.Before this year, we’d never even met, let alone played music or cycled together – some of us didn’t even own bikes.So you can see what a challenge this is – one we think is worth sponsoring! Thank you in advance for your contribution, it’s massively appreciated.You can find out more about our route, keep up to date with how training and rehearsals are going and find out how you can get involved on our website and blog:
221 www.brokenbikers.co.uk We are 4 serving soldiers from Middle Wallop and set out to raise money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation and Help for Heroes back in October 2010, we succeeded in our mission raising 13K and granting a wish for one of the Starlight children .  This is a link to their blog.
220 http://teamargalldolejog.tumblr.com/ Joe and ‘Team Argall’ leave Lands End on July 16th 2011 on their journey.
219 www.jog2le.net Ian Greenhalgh and 3 friends start their JOGLE on 30th July 2011. Ian says. ‘If the site adds anything to the list that you already have and helps to increase the amount of information out there then it will have served a purpose. If it makes people smile then even better!’
218 http://garryslejog.blogspot.com/ Garry’s LEJOG completed in September 2009 on a Brompton
217 http://jontdoeslejogle.blogspot.com/ Jon Turner has just completed LEJOG on 15th June 2011 with a journey of 908 Miles.He now starts the journey in the opposite direction to complete his LEJOGLEHe’s raising money for Cancer Research.  Good luck Jon.
216 http://www.martinslejog.wordpress.com/ Martin Leycock’s LEJOG site including details on the LEJOG and training routes. Thanks for the mention Martin.
215 http://www.swan-e.co.uk/LEJOG-2011/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/swanny_s Simon Swan completed LEJOG in April 2011 in 14 days. This is a link to his blog.
214 http://www.phased.co.uk/index.php/lands-end-john-ogroats.htmlRECOMMENDED Dave Barter’s LEJOG journey in 2001. Dave’s site also has a host of other cycle related blogs and articles. Well worth a read.
213 http://adieandgeorgesjogle.blogspot.com/http://www.justgiving.com/2-old-gits-ride-end-2-end My friend and I (George) are planning our Jogle ride for the end of August 2011.We have just started writing it, but we plan to give a detailed account of our training and trip, including all the campsites we use on the way. This is something we struggled to find when we were planning our trip,
212 http://tc-does-lejog.blogspot.com/www.justgiving.com/Tony-Crosby Tony Crosby’s blog for his LEJOG 15th – 26th April 2011
211 http://www.1000miles2wheels.co.ukJust Giving Page  http://www.justgiving.com/rob-waite On June 11th 2011, Rob cycles his JOGLE.Rob had testicular cancer 3 years ago, following an operation to remove a testicle and chemo, he is all clear. Now he is on a year long mission to raise awareness and has been going into schools to talk about TC and will finish this year with the ride.
210 http://www.madmission.co.uk/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/madmissionrideFollow on twitter: http://twitter.com/djkuta Tez on a Handcycle and Kuta (N-Trance) on a bike 9th June 2011.Tez is paralysed from the chest down after a Paragliding accident almost12 years ago so the 1000 mile journey will be done powered by hand only.
209 http://www.charitybikeride2011.co.uk/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/crborrettFollow on twitter: http://twitter.com/Tom_Vaughan79 On 1st April 2011 Chris Borrett and Tom Vaughan will be setting off on a journey stretching the length of the country. It is a charity ride and the main reason for doing this challenge is to raise money for the cancer charity BIG C
208 Chris’ route http://www.bikeroutetoaster.com/Course.aspx?course=207587Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/chrisbpr/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/chrisbpr Chris is attempting a solo JOGLE hoping to start on the 24/8/2011 and to take approx 14 days.
207 Blog http://vickysjollyjogle.weebly.com/Fundraising link: http://www.justgiving.com/Vicky-Whitlock2 Vicky is embarking on a self funded solo unsupported LEJOG in 2011  Help Vicky raise money for MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT by sponsoring my epic cycle ride from John O Groats to Lands End…..see my website for more info!
206 www.castle-wheelers.blogspot.com Tristram Oliver is planning an end2end trip in July 2011 with 6 other work mates. They are all Police Officers from the West Midlands and are doing this for a local charity. Tristram will be updating the blog regularly.
205 Blog http://lejogjune2011.blogspot.com/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/cavingdjbarker/Fundraising link: http://www.justgiving.com/Steve-FarnanRECOMMENDED Dave is aiming to complete LEJOG in June 2011. A blog and lots of info and links on his site
204 http://www.lejog4.comFollow on twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/YellowtailFP/ Dennis and 3 mates cycle LEJOG in 10 days during May 2010. The site includes a blog, video clips and a route map.
203 http://www.journal.garethroulston.co.ukFollow on twitter: http://twitter.com/G_Rolo/ Gareth Roulston is due to complete JOGLE in 10 days, April/May 2011
202 vwww.ridetheuk.comFollow on twitter: http://twitter.com/FeynmanC/RECOMMENDED – I love his writing style Follow Gareth as he sets out to achieve his challenge of cycling LEJOG in 9 days and raising over £2,000 for charity at the end of May 2011. Completed.
201 http://gregcycle.blogspot.com/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/Mr_1470/RECOMMENDED Greg Venn completed his challenge in 2010 via the 4 cardinal points of the UK. A journey of 1353 Miles Greg has kindly passed on his GPX route filesof his complete routeCOMPLETED
200 Fundraising link: http://www.justgiving.com/dave-ludlam Blog http://chalkface39.blogspot.com/Follow on twitter: http://twitter.com/chalkface2009 Hi, my name is Dave Ludlam and I’ll be completing lejog in August 2011, following the @CTC_cyclists ‘B’ roads and tracks route.I will be with my brother,60, my bro in law,50 and my brother’s two extremely fit sons. I will 50 myself when I do this. I will riding a Focus Variado Triple Expert and we are hoping for support from a partner or two.I will be raising money for The Tom Prince Trust  http://www.tomprince.co.uk/  which is trying to raise £1M for Osteosarcoma research.
199 http://www.alans-lejog-2010.co.uk/ Alan Roberts completed his 14 day LEJOG in May 2010 in aid of Essex Air Ambulance. His route was a B Road scenic ride over 1029 Miles.COMPLETED
198 http://brucie.me.uk/project/lejog/lejog-home-page Brucie Stokes account of his 2008 LEJOG journeyCOMPLETED
197 www.paulandgaryaremad.blogspot.com Paul Hathaway is planning to complete LEJOG in 2011. Keep tabs of his progress by following his blog.It’s a mad idea. Two oldish blokes, post 50, with the evidence of much beer, curry and good living plain to see, set out to cycle 1000 miles in the summer of 2011. Land’s End to John O’Groats. This blog will attempt to record the ups and downs, the trials and tribulations, the pain and suffering…. and hopefully some fun?. Plus we hope to raise money for charity
196 www.dodgergammon.wordpress.comand my website, which shows pre and post photo’s and entries can be found on:www.dodgergammon.co.uk Roger  completed his LEJOG challenge in 2010. The trip was a Solo, Un-supported 11 day adventure, finishing on 1st September 2010.COMPLETED
195 blog Cycling Surgeonhttp://www.christopheroliver.blogspot.com/http://christopheroliver.blogspot.com/2009/08/ride-lands-end-to-john-ogroats.htmlhttp://christopheroliver.blogspot.com/2009/06/cycling-with-adjustable-laparoscopic.htmlFollow on Twittertwitter.com/ollie999 Dr Chris Oliver  – Obesity to Finishing Triathlons and LEJOG in 2010 – an orthopaedic surgeon’s ten stone weight loss adjustable laparoscopic gastric band story
194 http://bbcycleadventures.weebly.com/ The Bushini Brothers completed LEJOG in July 2010 based mainly following our route but with a diversion to Abergavenny and raising £7000 for their local chemo unit. Well done guys, fantastic acheivementCOMPLETED
193 http://bradbikes.com/ Brad Middelton’s Blog describing his solo JOGLE in July 2010 over 13 days.COMPLETED
192  http://graemeslejogblog.blogspot.com Graeme Smith completed his solo 7 day LEJOG in July 2010. Graeme also has a table on his site summarising for each day the B&B, cost, distance, height gained, etc.COMPLETED
191 www.leblog2010.blogspot.com An entertaining account of the Probert family LEJOG …. or should that be Le Team Probert. Currently progressing their way through a wet Scotland on their way to the end.COMPLETED
190 http://lejogforrp.blogspot.com(Eric has his GPX route file on his site available for download) Lots of info and you can download the GPX file of their route too.Eric and his mate Sandy recently completed LEJoG – and took some inspiration from the early part of my route.  They would have liked to do the Arran piece as well, but didn’t have quite enough time – plus they happen to live in/near Edinburgh, so the temptation of a night in our own beds was a bit strong. ( I can understand that – Al)COMPLETED
189 http://clive-lejog2009.blogspot.com/ Clive completed 969 miles from Land’s End to John o’Groats in 12 days along with 26 others in Sept 2009. He says ‘It was an amazing experience & one I will always remember. I am very grateful to all that sponsored me (and have raised >£3000) for the local Hospice. I am also grateful to my family who allowed me to go off on long training rides & weekends as well as to bugger off for 2 weeks to do the actual ride.’  His great words continue, at least just read the intro and if you’re not inspired to do the trip then you never will be!COMPLETED
188 http://teamroberts.wordpress.com/ John has started the Blog has started and at the moment it’s about the planning and training stages.  They are cycling from July 4-17 2010 and intend to include updates and photos as we go along.
187 http://www.kirstydoeslejog.co.uk/Follow on Twitter
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Kirsty reached John O’Groats after completing a 10 day route on the 1st June 2010. Lots of info on her blog as she completed her journey North.
186 http://veralejog.wordpress.com/Sponsor Chris at
http://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Duckworth0
Chris is 21 and just finishing Uni and would like to celelbrate with a challenge to remember by doing the End to End. He starts on June 10th 2010 and hopes to finish on the 23rd as he has a train booked on the 24th!.He’s riding solo in aid of the Meningitis Trust as his niece recently contracted the disease but fortunately has made a full recovery.
185 http://colejogblog.blogspot.com/Sponsor Chris at
http://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Oliver
In the summer of 2010 Chris Oliver is cycling a 1,000 mile route from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise money for the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation (UK and Ireland). It’s a very impressive charity that offers families effective support and up to date information that simply isn’t available elsewhere.
184 http://lejogjune10.blogspot.com/ Steve & co set off on 1st June 2010 & will take 11 day to complete the end to end. The ride is in the memory of team member Kevin’s partner Carla Maguire who passed away in 2009, aged just 34. Kev Steve & Lee will try & raise as much money as possible for The Liverpool Womens Palliative Care Unit, where Carla lost her battle with cancer.
183 A  link to some photos of our trip, might trigger a few memories: A Link to Stuarts Photo’s……and a link to Stuart’s blog
http://jog2le.blogspot.com/
Stuart folowed our route exactly in April 2010 and this is his feedback.Hi Alan,   Just finished lejog using your route exactly, with my friends copied in here! I downloaded your GPS route data and uploaded it into a  bike-mounted GPS device and so it was really easy to plan for us although the rechargeable battery decided not to work so I have spent a small fortune on duracells!Thanks very much for putting the route online, it was a really fantastic picturesque way to go. We raised money for Clic Sargent, a childrens cancer charity.We did deviate once to go via Greenock & Bute to pick up a friend, and then we rejoined your route at Tarbet – so we missed out Arran but Bute was amazing.Also we were so tired after day 1 that we wondered if we would be able to make it but it all got easier from there, which I remembered you had said in the blog and also we met some people along the way who had done it and they all said Cornwall was the hardest part and that we were over the worst! We were really lucky with the weather, it only lightly rained twice for about 30 minutes each time.Great experience, thank again for taking the time to put the resource online,Cheers,
Stuart
182 www.fatheadandpinhead.comFacebook Fan page
http://www.facebook.com/Fatheads-Pinheads-LEJOG-2010/
Ray Sievey (Fathead) and Scott Hamilton (Pinhead) are planning to cycle LEJOG in September 2010 in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Trust & MacMillan Cancer Support. They’ve also managed to gain sponsorship from various companies with accommodation, flapjacks, etc,  to help them on their way
181 http://jamesmcculloch1000.wordpress.com/ James McCulloch, a 63 year old Bermudian guy, recovering from heart bypass surgery, is attempting to cycle the 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The trip is planned for mid-May to late June 2010, or as long as it takes. James, who is also an amputee, will be raising money for Age Concern Bermuda.
180 http://satu.wordpress.comFollow on Twitter
http://twitter.com/evilsatu
Annika, along with 5 others, will be setting off on her LEJOG at the end of May / beginning of June 2010If things go to plan, it’ll take 12 days to do the roughly 1100 miles, no rest days. They’ll mainly be camping, but stopping at hostels when the desire for a real bed becomes overwhelming. The idea is to be as self-sufficient as possible.As Annika says. ‘Why? To see if we can. Because I’ve lived in England for nearly 9 years and have seen woefully little of it.  Because we like riding bikes, and it seems like a good way of seeing most of the country — or at least the pretty bits.’ You won’t be disappointed Annika.
179 http://mick-a.blogspot.com/ Mike Alderson’s blog of his JOGLE journey in June 2009 with his brother and nephew. A ride to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of his Dad and his brother’s wife who both passed away in the previous 12 months.
178 http://ade2010lejog.wordpress.com/Follow on Twitter
http://twitter.com/ade__hJustgiving site
http://www.justgiving.com/ade-lejog2010
As part of a team who are old enough to know better, Ade will be cycling LEJOG between the 19th & 26th June 2010 in aid of the Christie Charity. As Ade ably describes LEJOG is:For the gentlemen:
Land’s End is the extreme south-westward (but not southern or western) point of Great Britain, situated in western Cornwall at the end of the Penwith Peninsula.  John o’ Groats is the traditionally acknowledged extreme northern point of Scotland, in north-eastern Caithness. The distance by road is 874 miles (1,407 km).For the ladiesLand’s End is at the bottom.  John o’ Groats is at the top.  It’s a long way
177 http://teampickle.co.uk/Follow on Twitter
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Patrick starts his LEJOG on 17th April 2010. Follow their blog and read about some of his other adventures.COMPLETED
176 http://www.ahoyhoy.co.uk/ Justyn is (as I write) is mid way through his JOGLE having left John O’Groats on the 27th March 2010 (completed!) and is reguarly updating his blog with a diary and photos of his progress.COMPLETED
175 http://robappleyard.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter
http://twitter.com/cyclingbob1Sponsor Rob at
http://www.justgiving.com/Sarah-Rob/
Rob is in the final weeks of his preparation, setting off from Land’s End on 30th April 2010 to cover the distance via the CTC B&B route over 9 days, raising money for St Lukes Hospice in Sheffield. Rob’s blog has followed him on his highs and lows incouding the close encounter between his face and tarmac in Jan 2010 as his front forks failed. Ooow, nasty.COMPLETED
174 http://tinyurl.com/lejog2010Follow on Twitter
http://www.twitter.com/gfrogley
Follow Graham Frogley’s. progress as he prepares for his LEJOG in July / August time 2010. Graham is raising money for ‘CLAPA’ charity, that supports children born with Cleft lips and palates. plus specialist nurses and ward staff at John Radcliffe Oxford (CHOX)
173 http://visionset.blogspot.com/2009/10/lejog-920-miles-via-nottingham.htmlFollow on Twitter
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In June 2009 Mike Whittaker and his mate Phil cycled from Lands End to John O’Groats in 8 days. They took a 920 mile east of the Pennines route via their home town of Nottingham. They  travelled very light and found B&B and Inn accommodation speculatively…
172 http://www.endtoend-cycle.com/Follow on Twitter
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An account of Gordon Valentine’s JOGLE in August 2009 over 16 days. A fair bit of info including GPS data, although unfortunately only available if you have a password.
171 http://adventuresofgimpicus.blogspot.com/ Graeme’s blog from his LEJOG in 2008. Graeme chose a 1060 Mile route over 18 days taking in The Lizard.
170 http://feelslikegoingdownhill.wordpress.com/Follow on Twitter
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Megan says: The best ideas are always thought up under the influence of alcohol, preferably within the confines of a pub. (I couldn’t agree more! – Al) Whether this turns out to be a good idea is yet to be seen, but it was certainly dreamed up under the right circumstances.
Megan is raising money for The British Red Cross Society as a way of thanking their victim support service for supporting them after a house fire. I hope you raise loads of money Meg, I didn’t even know the support service existed. Scheduled to ride JOGLE in 2010
169 http://sites.google.com/site/rogerandalicelejog2010Follow on Twitter
http://www.twitter.com/rogerirvine59
Roger Irvine’s site is now up and running as he blogs the way towards his unsupported JOGLE trip scheduled to begin on April 24th 2010Worth a look to see Roger’s pictures of him training hard. No pain, no gain! Good luck Roger.COMPLETED
168 http://www.nickandalsjogle.co.uk/Nick_and_Als_Jogle/Welcome.htmlFollow on Twitter
http://www.twitter.com/nickscycleRECOMMENDED
A great site, definitely worth a look.Al mentioned he had always wanted to cycle from John O’Groats to Lands End as he was approaching the young age of 60 he thought it was about the right time to attempt it. Nick said it sounded like a good idea & he would like to join Al.  We take so much out of life. So this was the ideal opportunity to give something back & to try & help other people not so fortunate as us.Scheduled to start May 29th 2010 COMPLETEDNick’s planned JOGLE route  http://www.bikemap.net/route/389300
167 http://welna-lejog.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter
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This is the blog of a (mad or what?) girl (Welna Bowden) that wants to do the Land’s End to John O’Groats Bike Ride in June 2010. Leading up to this event will take a lot of guts, so I may as well start blogging about it to keep sane!! COMPLETED
166 http://www.mpses.blogspot.com Follow Phil Clare as he again trains to cycle Lands End to John O’Groats in the summer of 2010. This will be his third year running & he will continue to do it until he sees Glencoe in the sun!!!  (That’s your summer holiday booked for the next 10 yrs then Phil – Al)
165 http://challengemandan.wordpress.com/the-big-cycle/Follow on Twitter
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Dan is cycling LEJOG with a twist, he is going to climb The highest mountain in Wales (Snowdon), England )(Scafell Pike) and Scotland (Ben Nevis) on the way. He begins his journey from Lands End on 23rd June 2010
164 http://road.cc/content/blog/12661-snow-jokeFollow on Twitter
http://www.twitter.com/humbert15
Martin Thomas is going to be one of 15 cyclists on the start line of The Race Against Time, an annual Land’s End to John O’Groats ride that takes six days – which translates to an average of something like 145 miles a day. 27th June to the 2nd July 2010
163 http://piemanpete.wordpress.com/Follow on Twitter
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Pete last year did London to Paris and thoroughly enjoyed the experience and this year wanted to set a bigger target.He’s doing JOGLE instead of the other way because he figures it is going to be a bit easier to get home from Cornwall than the highlands of Scotland.The plan so far is to take about 12 days to do the ride, roughly 120km a day, which will give enough time to hopefully be able to take in the sights and of course stop for a few pub lunches along the way.Planning for JOGLE around 24th July 2010,COMPLETED
162 http://minorslejog2010.wordpress.com/tag/lejog/Follow on Twitter
http://twitter.com/cminors
Chris is planning to begin his LEJOG on 17th July 2010 He is keeping a blog and is also broadcasting on Twitter. His trip is in aid of Shelterbox following the recent earthquake in Haiti.
161 http://alan-jenny-lejog2010.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/jennynastley This is a blog about Alan Matthews and Jenny Astley cycling LEJOG to raise money for Cancer Research.  They are planning to complete the LEJOG in June 2010 COMPLETED
160 http://teamgribbon.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/teamgribbon Team Gribbon. Follow the blog as Team Gribbon prepare for their LEJOG in May 2010. They are riding in AID of BHF British Heart Foundation. The team consists of Tommy  Martin & Laura. We are riding for BHF as I (Tommy)  had a heart Attack in October 2002 @ the age of 40 and I feel I kneed to do something for this fantastic charity for the help they have given to me over the last 8 years.I keep well now I am fit cycle approx 150 miles a week in winter and 250 to 300 in summer.
159 http://twitter.com/gazzzzza Mr Technology Gary Kilvington completed his end 2 end in 2009 using Twitter, his blog and  Google Latitude for live position updates on his progress. Not a huge amount of trip detail but included to show potential using technology.COMPLETED
158 http://www.georgemahood.com/lejog.htmRECOMMENDEDGeorge has now written a book of the trip. Paperback available here and a Kindle edition can be downloaded Free Country: A Penniless Adventure the Length of Britain  Free Country
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A crackin idea and one of my favourite LEJOG sites. The plan was simple – to get from Land’s End to John O’Groats, by foot or by bike, without spending a single penny. The reason for doing it was to prove that hospitality and generosity is alive and well amongst the people of Britain.
157 http://www.theraceagainsttime.com/ A unique endurance challenge. It involves an organised  group of 10-16 cyclists going from Lands End to John O’Groats in just six days to raise funds for a good cause. Repeated every year.
156 http://www.youtube.com/…RECOMMENDED Tony Langenegger. A superb video account of his trip in 2009
155 http://www.budden.me.uk Lynne Budden
154 Because Its There! Just with spare tube, bivvy bag, and what cash he could muster
153 NickandLesterBigBikeRide Two forty-somethings from Gloucestershire attempt the big bike ride to improve the lives of children in China’s orphanages
152 LEJoG Blog Tandem ride April 2007
151 Musical Tour Solo 14 day trip in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust
150 Biking For Beer A bike ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats and then back again, taking in the most northerly, southerly, easterly and westerly parts of the British mainland. Over 2850 miles
149 3500k E2E Aussie couple start in Paris, cycle via Cherbourg to Cornwall to start an E2E that takes in Lincoln & York
148 York JoGLErs Matt, Steve & Keith raise money for the Starlight Foundation
147 With a Twist Phil’s solo April 2007 E2E with the Three Peaks on route
146 LesJoGLE Les & friends do the trip 20 years after a previous trip
145 Sunburnt & Snowed On Ian Fardoe’s Optima Dragon recumbent ride, solo & camping
144 Just Rolling Great Photos and account of 2005 trip by 3 men & a lady
143 Long, Slow and Wiggly Birdy folder trip from South to North on the UK’s longest straight line
142 Wishyouwerenthere Not a lot written, but if you have broadband and click on the map and then the links to ‘All’ or individual days….and then click on ‘hybrid’… you can see a line unfold that marks out the route bit, all with mapping overlaying satellite pictures. It seems the three lads intrepid travellers just did what the GPS said, and got lost a few times. Some pictures. The map thing is impressive, but it would be good to hear the rest of the story of their JoGLE!
141 Cycle4Charity Female/Male 4 cyclist team cycling for The Meningitis Research Foundation
140 LEJoG Five 16 year olds E2E for Cancer Research
139 Moulton E2E 2006 Simon Berry’s 2006 trip on a 30 geared Pashley Moulton TSR30. Possibly the most detailed account ever. If you are going to use GPS, read his account to see the problems there can be. This year Simon is aiming to do the first LEJoG entirely on the Sustrans National Cycle Network and is planning his whole route by GPS. This is available at  gpscycle.com If you would like to accompany Simon on any of the stages he has 8 places per stage.
138 Salmon Cycle Three female Salmon siblings migrate from LE to JoG in September 2006, with the support of Matilda. Read the blog from the beginning.
137 S.P.O.K.E Spalding Peddlers on Killer Expedition – 5 rider supported trip
136 Richard’s JoGLE Solo ‘downhill’ B&B July 2007
135 Lardy to Lean II MacPanda is slimming and raising money with the trip
134 Solo End to End For Kings Mill Special School
133 1000 Mile Bike Ride Gareth, also on the Bike Adventures Organised Tour
132 3 Scroats to John o’Groats Mike, Jim and Robs trip to John O’Groats from Lands End in June 2006
131 Walking The Length Of Britain …..before or after you have cycled it – an ebook  ( If you are aged around 17 and fancy walking next year see – Great Walk 2008)
130 Gavin’s Lejog Offroad 2006 3rd Successful LEJoG Offroad, in 23 days
129 Richard’s Solo Camping 14 days on CTC Route
128 Very Nice People George & Ben start at Land’s End in boxer shorts and rely on spontaneous generosity for everything else to complete the trip!!
127 Bike in a box from Tasmania More of a Solo camping tour of Britain, including 3 Peaks & LEJoG! Just get on your bike and do it! – Done on a Moulton – Opens as .pdf file
126 JoGLE A site in German – Solo 1,946 km (1,209 miles) over 18 days in June 2006
125 Anglo-Swiss Charity Bike RideRECOMMENDED Two man JoGLE in 2003. A site that has grown into not just a LEJOG site, but a site that documents Mark’s journeys around Europe. Also includes GPS information
124 Russell Snowden LEJG 13 day B&B trip – great blog
123 Girl Solo  Kiwi Kim’s 20 day ride
122 LEJoG for Laurel Brown LE2JOG For Laurel Brown, April 2006
121 Kipperonabike A very quick kipper, who entered Scotland on the 4th day of the LEJoG!
120 Bob’s J.O.G.L.E 2006 Marking his half-century by riding North to South for the British Heart Foundation
119 US Cyclist Does UK William Thompson has done 2 trips in 2005 & 2006, as well as visiting other parts of the world at his Global Travel page
118 AwsomeLEJoG Five Blog the LEJoG for charity
117 ClemJoGLE06 Paul Clements cycled South solo
116 Jerry Anderson’s East of Pennines Route, May 2006 The route went through Meriden, England’s central point
115 Steveybo.com Steve is off, solo, in July 2006
114 http://www.bike1000.co.uk/index.htm 14 Days in June 2006
113 Silver Wedding Ride Margaret & Dave celebrate by doing the trip on their anniversary – They have on-bike sat nav too
112 LEJoG4Matt 50 somethings, Graham and Stephs’ June 2006 trip
111 Cycle NE2SW A four man JoGLE in May 2006
110 Farm-Boy.co.uk Jake’s Solo Hostel Trip – Well written site
109 The Bike Ride Anthony & Steves’ ride in May 2006
108 Martin The Cyclist Solo Camping trip blog, June 2006
107 David & Terrys’ Odyssey for Dr Hadwen Trust against animal testing, July 2006
106 May 1999 4 man trip in 1999
105 Jogleandbeyond Senor Bones JOGLE webblog, 10 days in April 2006
104 Specialride for special needs – Julian, Jon, Lawrence and Stephen ride for Ravenswood Village in Berkshire
103 Passion For Cycling Photos of an E2E in 1999 and links to other cycle rides
102 Sheila’s Wheelers Ride from North to South in tribute to mum
101 LEJoG May 2006 for Saxon Wood School  A 13 day Route to the East of The Pennines – Lots of determination to finish through bad weather – Full maps
100 The End to End Girls 2006 Pat & Janie cycle North to South in April 2006
99 LEJOG 2006 Steve Butler raising money for St Clare Hospice
98 Thomas Parkin Solo B&B trip, going to Orkney & Shetland as well
97 Lejog in April, Kilimanjaro in Sept Raising money for AMREF
96 Dale’s Trip – 1st to 9th June 2006 Raising money Cancer Research UK
95 Cyclaid Andrew Auld sets out in May 2006 raising money for AIDS
94 End2End Summer 2005 1000 miles, two cyclists and one very unreliable bike
93 Whiteboard Riders Jon Rouse is riding John O’Groats to Lands End in Aug 2006 to raise money to pay for IT equipment at Racemeadow Primary School in Atherstone, Warwickshire
92 tra-velo-gue.co.uk Lightweight; in just 6 days he did it. Very smart site with good kit & packing list
91 The Longroad Ahead Paul’s ride in May 2006 for The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
90 Keith’s Solo End to End for Doncaster’s Civic Charity in June 2005
89 VHL Lejog 2006 14 days in aid of Von Hippel Lindau Cancer by Father and Son, aged 14, whose Wife and 10 year old sister have been diagnosed with this incurable condition – Support the family in the fight against VHL
88 A LEJoG Blog Mark Campbell’s 12 day trip, Sept – Oct 2005
87 Dr Feelgood’s Guitarist 2003 Steve Walwyn’s ride raising money for the Down’s Syndrome Association
86 End to End To Celebrate 60 by Esther & Michael Abrahams – B&B
85 My End to End by Steve Keens solo
84 LEJOGing for Whittington Babies 2005 by father & son, Barry & David Turner
83 Gary & Lee 2006 For Great Ormond Street Hospital
82 Jonathan Lewis Solo LEJOG Summer 2005 : The ‘Ring’ Road
81 Ian Wallace’s End to End On his bike, on his own
80 All the way in a Trice ……or on a Trice? Steve Ingham’s Trice Recumbent Trip
79 Breathe For You Tour Jerry Clinch’s second LeJoG for The Wisdom Hospice, Rochester, Kent and PitPat, Bristol
78 Brompton Trip Brian Dembrey’s 1029 mile JoGLE by Brompton folding bike that proves what a great bike it is and solves the travel problems each end – Just fold whether you’ve done a 3 mile or 1029 mile trip!
77 Jasons Quick Trip 4 days and 850 miles on a bike for Whizz-Kidz June 2005
76 JOGLE June 2005 Rob & Joe’s bike ride of 935M South from John O’Groats to Lands End. CD Rom in aid of MacMillan Cancer care available
75 Dave & Jo’s E2E 2005 A trip in April/May 2005
74 Minimalist LEJoG Two cyclists, racing bikes, half a change of clothes each in a backpack and finding B&B on the way
73 Mark & Richard Cycle Britain Thorough planning, great site & after the ride they flew home by EasyJet
72 JoGLE 2005 Martin’s Solo North to South
71 John o’Groats – Lands End Le tour de Jean Arnould, en francais
70 Cycling Britain Cycling Gatwick to LE to JoG, train to Margate then cycle to Gatwick – Solo tour 1500 miles 20 days
69 2men1bike 9 day tandem ride on two tandems, the first one broke en route! 2men2tandems?
68 Rob Woods End to End 14 day solo trip in June 2004
67 Andy & John’s End to End in 5 Years 4 stages over 5 years
66 RandomTandem 1000 Miles, 2 Idiots, 1 Bike (Their words!) – 1000 miles in 9 days May 2005
65 Ellonwheels 2005 Ellen Loois does the ride in 12 days starting on 5th June for Huntington’s Chorea.
64 Richard’s 9 Day Ride A Solo fundraiser
63 Daughter & Dad 1003 miles – One rider is 14 years old and the other is “aren’t policemen looking young” age
62 Liz & Stu’s End to End 15 days on 2001
61 Ben and Graham Brodie 17 days riding & 2 days off – July/Aug 2004 – Site has good links to other cycling and End to Ends
60 15 Days via Arran My site! I & 3 friends’ 2003 trip taking in the isle of Arran en route (Alan Pewsey)
59 Steve’s Solo YHA Trip A 13 Day trip where planning ambitious mileage in Cornwall and Devon started it hard
58 72 hour Non-Stop End to End 2005 Raising Money for The Meningitis Trust
57 Off-Road End to End 2003 James Spencer and David Broddle do their mainly Off-Road route. (This page is 248Kb, being html generated by MS Word)
56 Duffsters Solo East of Pennines End to End 2003 Jason Duffy got the opportunity to do the ride he had wanted to attempt for a while.
55 D2D 2003 Dover to Durness, a different end to end – The pictures on this site show they picked a great route
54 GalFromDownUnder’s End to End In 1997 on a Bike Friday folder and camping. The main site galfromdownunder.com is worth a read too – Lynnette has been cycling ever since her End to End
53 Pete’s UK End to End 1999 A solo camping trip in 11 days
52 Deutsche End2End Zwei Liegeräder – Two German recumbent riders complete a camping LEJoG
51 Dad and Daughter – 1000 miles Dad & 14 year old daughter just get on their touring bikes with their camping kit and maps and ride the LEJoG – simple!
50 Ken’s Autumnal LEJoG 2003 Ken Middlemiss’s solo B&B trip in 18 days and 1021 miles
49 1000 Mile Tandem Ride Sponsored ride in July 2003 by Phil & Tim Catt
48 End2End 2003 Doing it the hard way: JOG to LE in 8 days. Supported ride by 8 cyclists in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer
47 Vinnie’s Land’s End to John O’Groats Cycle Ride Fast solo ride in September 2003
46 Chris Gibson Solo 9-10 day fundraiser staying in B&B, starting 5th June 2003 and updating site daily
45 Cycling for Life Ambitious fundraising planned for Sept 2003, via a route which passes through Keighley. 3 man team supported by a van
44 Phoebe’s Wish Phoebe was born at 26 weeks, weighing only 620g (1lb 5oz). Her dad and his 40 something friends are off on a LEJoG to raise money for the neonatal unit at Middlesborough on June 9th
43 Two-Way in 1983 Robert Kletz’s trip from home to Jo’G then to LE then home again
42 Now Go And Do It Lee Hargreaves June 2002, 9 day End to End, solo, unsupported. Anyone can do it!
41 Cees van’t Hoff’s Fietstocht door Engeland For Dutch readers
40 Ron Strutt’s RuralRides.net  Ron has done 3 End to Ends, including a ‘4 Sides’ route including the most Easterly and Westerly UK points
39 Derek Higbee’s Three Peaks Trip via Snowdon, Scafell Pike, and Ben Nevis. 1,195 miles on the bike and some 25 miles walking. Computer and GPS tracking
38 Because There’s Nothing on Telly LEJOG in July 2002, by Stuart Mackenzie
37 Mission Difficult.org Tandem trip in May 2002
36 Andy Stevenson June/July 2002 – Solo Ride
35 Tour de Frank July 2002 – Solo Ride
34 Chris Gooderham & John Birch Chose their own route and rode unsupported using B&B accommodation
33 Three On A Bike On a three seater bike in Summer 2001
32 Edward Peters Great site which I enjoyed watching ‘live’ as the trip progressed. His data proves how you do more climbing in The West Country than you do in Scotland!
31 Ride For Life John o’Groats to Land’s End – Starts 24th June 2002 – Route via Essex – Very smart, thorough and technical site
30 7 Year Old Takes Record Excellent site about Bow-Jango and his cycling familys’ trip in July 2002 – He raised money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, and has the condition himself. He is an experienced cycle tourist already, having ridden since the age of four and completed about 1000 miles on tours in the West Country, France, and Holland! He eats lots of Weetabix for breakfast!
29 LE To JO’G by Tandem 1st to 13th June 2000 by Angela & Stephen
28 Fife Flyers 8 day sponsored ride
27 Becontree Wheelers Veterans of their 1975 ride repeat it with some newbies in 2000
26 Will Watson 9 day trip in June 2000
25 N Coomber some pictures of a 1978 trip
24 Maidenhead Rotaract Club Summer 2000 trip
23 End to End in 15 days on a tandem by Janice Newman & Peter Allocco in June 1996
22 Steveonabike.co.uk Raising money for breast cancer
21 Colin Langdon’s Site Colin leads LE to JoG trips and is organising four in Summer 2002. They are for CTC members only, so join now if you are interested in going!! Also has details of a previous trip
20 Bike Tours Great British Bike Ride August 2001 trip organised for 19 people camping – Excellent site by John Ennor, which thoroughly details the route, which is an East of the Pennines one at 1099 miles
19 14 Day End to End in 20 years finished in 2001 by Tony Wallis
18  August 2001 Adventure by Derek Hunter
17 http://www.end2end.me.uk/ by Chris Humphrey & Mark Bayliss raising money for Albinism in 8 days in July 2001
16 2001 Cycling Odyssey Trip starting in June – Excellent site with full maps and route description
15 September 2000 Trip by Tandem Ken & Linda Hardy have done a great site about their trip
14 Debbie Hargreaves & Dave Yates’ August 2000 Trip
13 Bernard Naylor’s Site about a Sept 2000 trip by Bill Barker, Chris Smith & Phil Owens
12 Chris Smith’s Site about a Sept 2000 trip by Bill Barker, Chris Smith & Phil Owens
11 June 2000 Trip Allen Freeman’s trip, from the American perspective.
10 The Sore Butt Bike Ride An Aug 2000 trip, of 13 days, to raise money for The Motor Neurone Disease Association – Impressive site, with a foreword by Tony Blair!
9 Next Time I’ll Stay in Youth Hostels A Journey from Land’s End to John O’Groats On An Overloaded Recumbent Cycle In June 1999 – A self supported solo camping trip
8 Martin Wittram’s Account of his cycle tour along the West side of the UK in 1999
7 Traditional Touring Club 1997 trip by this interesting looking club from Leigh-on Sea, Essex, by a route taking in Yorkshire, Carlisle, Peebles and Edinburgh
6 Diary of an Alcohol Fuelled 1997 Tour By Martin Prince
5 Land’s End to John o’Groats Trip 1996 by Paul Smee and Ann French. See also their 1993 Trip. Also links to pages about their trips to other parts of the world
4 LE to J’oG With Three Others A 1994 Trip with a fair bit of detail about personal relationships in a group and how they can be strained…….. Also2000 Tour – with satellite tracking on a 2 man tour along the CTC scenic route! Very thorough route description
3 Land’s End To John o’Groats, By Bicycle A charity cycle ride, in aid of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund ( http://www.icnet.uk )
2 Ralph Dadswell’s Record Trip on a trike in 53 hours 29 minutes!!!
1 Windheetah Record Andy Wilkinson’s record run in a Windcheetah recumbent in 41 hours 4 mins and 22 secs for an 861 mile route!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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199 http://www.alans-lejog-2010.co.uk/ Alan Roberts completed his 14 day LEJOG in May 2010 in aid of Essex Air Ambulance. His route was a B Road scenic ride over 1029 Miles.COMPLETED
198 http://brucie.me.uk/project/lejog/lejog-home-page Brucie Stokes account of his 2008 LEJOG journeyCOMPLETED
197 www.paulandgaryaremad.blogspot.com Paul Hathaway is planning to complete LEJOG in 2011. Keep tabs of his progress by following his blog.It’s a mad idea. Two oldish blokes, post 50, with the evidence of much beer, curry and good living plain to see, set out to cycle 1000 miles in the summer of 2011. Land’s End to John O’Groats. This blog will attempt to record the ups and downs, the trials and tribulations, the pain and suffering…. and hopefully some fun?. Plus we hope to raise money for charity
196 www.dodgergammon.wordpress.comand my website, which shows pre and post photo’s and entries can be found on:www.dodgergammon.co.uk Roger  completed his LEJOG challenge in 2010. The trip was a Solo, Un-supported 11 day adventure, finishing on 1st September 2010.COMPLETED
195 blog Cycling Surgeonhttp://www.christopheroliver.blogspot.com/http://christopheroliver.blogspot.com/2009/08/ride-lands-end-to-john-ogroats.htmlhttp://christopheroliver.blogspot.com/2009/06/cycling-with-adjustable-laparoscopic.htmlFollow on Twittertwitter.com/ollie999 Dr Chris Oliver  – Obesity to Finishing Triathlons and LEJOG in 2010 – an orthopaedic surgeon’s ten stone weight loss adjustable laparoscopic gastric band story
194 http://bbcycleadventures.weebly.com/ The Bushini Brothers completed LEJOG in July 2010 based mainly following our route but with a diversion to Abergavenny and raising £7000 for their local chemo unit. Well done guys, fantastic acheivementCOMPLETED
193 http://bradbikes.com/ Brad Middelton’s Blog describing his solo JOGLE in July 2010 over 13 days.COMPLETED
192  http://graemeslejogblog.blogspot.com Graeme Smith completed his solo 7 day LEJOG in July 2010. Graeme also has a table on his site summarising for each day the B&B, cost, distance, height gained, etc.COMPLETED
191 www.leblog2010.blogspot.com An entertaining account of the Probert family LEJOG …. or should that be Le Team Probert. Currently progressing their way through a wet Scotland on their way to the end.COMPLETED
190 http://lejogforrp.blogspot.com(Eric has his GPX route file on his site available for download) Lots of info and you can download the GPX file of their route too.Eric and his mate Sandy recently completed LEJoG – and took some inspiration from the early part of my route.  They would have liked to do the Arran piece as well, but didn’t have quite enough time – plus they happen to live in/near Edinburgh, so the temptation of a night in our own beds was a bit strong. ( I can understand that – Al)COMPLETED
189 http://clive-lejog2009.blogspot.com/ Clive completed 969 miles from Land’s End to John o’Groats in 12 days along with 26 others in Sept 2009. He says ‘It was an amazing experience & one I will always remember. I am very grateful to all that sponsored me (and have raised >£3000) for the local Hospice. I am also grateful to my family who allowed me to go off on long training rides & weekends as well as to bugger off for 2 weeks to do the actual ride.’  His great words continue, at least just read the intro and if you’re not inspired to do the trip then you never will be!COMPLETED
188 http://teamroberts.wordpress.com/ John has started the Blog has started and at the moment it’s about the planning and training stages.  They are cycling from July 4-17 2010 and intend to include updates and photos as we go along.
187 http://www.kirstydoeslejog.co.uk/Follow on Twitter
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Kirsty reached John O’Groats after completing a 10 day route on the 1st June 2010. Lots of info on her blog as she completed her journey North.
186 http://veralejog.wordpress.com/Sponsor Chris at
http://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Duckworth0
Chris is 21 and just finishing Uni and would like to celelbrate with a challenge to remember by doing the End to End. He starts on June 10th 2010 and hopes to finish on the 23rd as he has a train booked on the 24th!.He’s riding solo in aid of the Meningitis Trust as his niece recently contracted the disease but fortunately has made a full recovery.
185 http://colejogblog.blogspot.com/Sponsor Chris at
http://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Oliver
In the summer of 2010 Chris Oliver is cycling a 1,000 mile route from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise money for the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation (UK and Ireland). It’s a very impressive charity that offers families effective support and up to date information that simply isn’t available elsewhere.
184 http://lejogjune10.blogspot.com/ Steve & co set off on 1st June 2010 & will take 11 day to complete the end to end. The ride is in the memory of team member Kevin’s partner Carla Maguire who passed away in 2009, aged just 34. Kev Steve & Lee will try & raise as much money as possible for The Liverpool Womens Palliative Care Unit, where Carla lost her battle with cancer.
183 A  link to some photos of our trip, might trigger a few memories: A Link to Stuarts Photo’s……and a link to Stuart’s blog
http://jog2le.blogspot.com/
Stuart folowed our route exactly in April 2010 and this is his feedback.Hi Alan,   Just finished lejog using your route exactly, with my friends copied in here! I downloaded your GPS route data and uploaded it into a  bike-mounted GPS device and so it was really easy to plan for us although the rechargeable battery decided not to work so I have spent a small fortune on duracells!Thanks very much for putting the route online, it was a really fantastic picturesque way to go. We raised money for Clic Sargent, a childrens cancer charity.We did deviate once to go via Greenock & Bute to pick up a friend, and then we rejoined your route at Tarbet – so we missed out Arran but Bute was amazing.Also we were so tired after day 1 that we wondered if we would be able to make it but it all got easier from there, which I remembered you had said in the blog and also we met some people along the way who had done it and they all said Cornwall was the hardest part and that we were over the worst! We were really lucky with the weather, it only lightly rained twice for about 30 minutes each time.Great experience, thank again for taking the time to put the resource online,Cheers,
Stuart
182 www.fatheadandpinhead.comFacebook Fan page
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Ray Sievey (Fathead) and Scott Hamilton (Pinhead) are planning to cycle LEJOG in September 2010 in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Trust & MacMillan Cancer Support. They’ve also managed to gain sponsorship from various companies with accommodation, flapjacks, etc,  to help them on their way
181 http://jamesmcculloch1000.wordpress.com/ James McCulloch, a 63 year old Bermudian guy, recovering from heart bypass surgery, is attempting to cycle the 1,000 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The trip is planned for mid-May to late June 2010, or as long as it takes. James, who is also an amputee, will be raising money for Age Concern Bermuda.
180 http://satu.wordpress.comFollow on Twitter
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Annika, along with 5 others, will be setting off on her LEJOG at the end of May / beginning of June 2010If things go to plan, it’ll take 12 days to do the roughly 1100 miles, no rest days. They’ll mainly be camping, but stopping at hostels when the desire for a real bed becomes overwhelming. The idea is to be as self-sufficient as possible.As Annika says. ‘Why? To see if we can. Because I’ve lived in England for nearly 9 years and have seen woefully little of it.  Because we like riding bikes, and it seems like a good way of seeing most of the country — or at least the pretty bits.’ You won’t be disappointed Annika.
179 http://mick-a.blogspot.com/ Mike Alderson’s blog of his JOGLE journey in June 2009 with his brother and nephew. A ride to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of his Dad and his brother’s wife who both passed away in the previous 12 months.
178 http://ade2010lejog.wordpress.com/Follow on Twitter
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As part of a team who are old enough to know better, Ade will be cycling LEJOG between the 19th & 26th June 2010 in aid of the Christie Charity. As Ade ably describes LEJOG is:For the gentlemen:
Land’s End is the extreme south-westward (but not southern or western) point of Great Britain, situated in western Cornwall at the end of the Penwith Peninsula.  John o’ Groats is the traditionally acknowledged extreme northern point of Scotland, in north-eastern Caithness. The distance by road is 874 miles (1,407 km).For the ladiesLand’s End is at the bottom.  John o’ Groats is at the top.  It’s a long way
177 http://teampickle.co.uk/Follow on Twitter
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Patrick starts his LEJOG on 17th April 2010. Follow their blog and read about some of his other adventures.COMPLETED
176 http://www.ahoyhoy.co.uk/ Justyn is (as I write) is mid way through his JOGLE having left John O’Groats on the 27th March 2010 (completed!) and is reguarly updating his blog with a diary and photos of his progress.COMPLETED
175 http://robappleyard.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter
http://twitter.com/cyclingbob1Sponsor Rob at
http://www.justgiving.com/Sarah-Rob/
Rob is in the final weeks of his preparation, setting off from Land’s End on 30th April 2010 to cover the distance via the CTC B&B route over 9 days, raising money for St Lukes Hospice in Sheffield. Rob’s blog has followed him on his highs and lows incouding the close encounter between his face and tarmac in Jan 2010 as his front forks failed. Ooow, nasty.COMPLETED
174 http://tinyurl.com/lejog2010Follow on Twitter
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Follow Graham Frogley’s. progress as he prepares for his LEJOG in July / August time 2010. Graham is raising money for ‘CLAPA’ charity, that supports children born with Cleft lips and palates. plus specialist nurses and ward staff at John Radcliffe Oxford (CHOX)
173 http://visionset.blogspot.com/2009/10/lejog-920-miles-via-nottingham.htmlFollow on Twitter
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In June 2009 Mike Whittaker and his mate Phil cycled from Lands End to John O’Groats in 8 days. They took a 920 mile east of the Pennines route via their home town of Nottingham. They  travelled very light and found B&B and Inn accommodation speculatively…
172 http://www.endtoend-cycle.com/Follow on Twitter
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An account of Gordon Valentine’s JOGLE in August 2009 over 16 days. A fair bit of info including GPS data, although unfortunately only available if you have a password.
171 http://adventuresofgimpicus.blogspot.com/ Graeme’s blog from his LEJOG in 2008. Graeme chose a 1060 Mile route over 18 days taking in The Lizard.
170 http://feelslikegoingdownhill.wordpress.com/Follow on Twitter
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Megan says: The best ideas are always thought up under the influence of alcohol, preferably within the confines of a pub. (I couldn’t agree more! – Al) Whether this turns out to be a good idea is yet to be seen, but it was certainly dreamed up under the right circumstances.
Megan is raising money for The British Red Cross Society as a way of thanking their victim support service for supporting them after a house fire. I hope you raise loads of money Meg, I didn’t even know the support service existed. Scheduled to ride JOGLE in 2010
169 http://sites.google.com/site/rogerandalicelejog2010Follow on Twitter
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Roger Irvine’s site is now up and running as he blogs the way towards his unsupported JOGLE trip scheduled to begin on April 24th 2010Worth a look to see Roger’s pictures of him training hard. No pain, no gain! Good luck Roger.COMPLETED
168 http://www.nickandalsjogle.co.uk/Nick_and_Als_Jogle/Welcome.htmlFollow on Twitter
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A great site, definitely worth a look.Al mentioned he had always wanted to cycle from John O’Groats to Lands End as he was approaching the young age of 60 he thought it was about the right time to attempt it. Nick said it sounded like a good idea & he would like to join Al.  We take so much out of life. So this was the ideal opportunity to give something back & to try & help other people not so fortunate as us.Scheduled to start May 29th 2010 COMPLETEDNick’s planned JOGLE route  http://www.bikemap.net/route/389300
167 http://welna-lejog.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter
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This is the blog of a (mad or what?) girl (Welna Bowden) that wants to do the Land’s End to John O’Groats Bike Ride in June 2010. Leading up to this event will take a lot of guts, so I may as well start blogging about it to keep sane!! COMPLETED
166 http://www.mpses.blogspot.com Follow Phil Clare as he again trains to cycle Lands End to John O’Groats in the summer of 2010. This will be his third year running & he will continue to do it until he sees Glencoe in the sun!!!  (That’s your summer holiday booked for the next 10 yrs then Phil – Al)
165 http://challengemandan.wordpress.com/the-big-cycle/Follow on Twitter
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Dan is cycling LEJOG with a twist, he is going to climb The highest mountain in Wales (Snowdon), England )(Scafell Pike) and Scotland (Ben Nevis) on the way. He begins his journey from Lands End on 23rd June 2010
164 http://road.cc/content/blog/12661-snow-jokeFollow on Twitter
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Martin Thomas is going to be one of 15 cyclists on the start line of The Race Against Time, an annual Land’s End to John O’Groats ride that takes six days – which translates to an average of something like 145 miles a day. 27th June to the 2nd July 2010
163 http://piemanpete.wordpress.com/Follow on Twitter
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Pete last year did London to Paris and thoroughly enjoyed the experience and this year wanted to set a bigger target.He’s doing JOGLE instead of the other way because he figures it is going to be a bit easier to get home from Cornwall than the highlands of Scotland.The plan so far is to take about 12 days to do the ride, roughly 120km a day, which will give enough time to hopefully be able to take in the sights and of course stop for a few pub lunches along the way.Planning for JOGLE around 24th July 2010,COMPLETED
162 http://minorslejog2010.wordpress.com/tag/lejog/Follow on Twitter
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Chris is planning to begin his LEJOG on 17th July 2010 He is keeping a blog and is also broadcasting on Twitter. His trip is in aid of Shelterbox following the recent earthquake in Haiti.
161 http://alan-jenny-lejog2010.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/jennynastley This is a blog about Alan Matthews and Jenny Astley cycling LEJOG to raise money for Cancer Research.  They are planning to complete the LEJOG in June 2010 COMPLETED
160 http://teamgribbon.blogspot.com/Follow on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/teamgribbon Team Gribbon. Follow the blog as Team Gribbon prepare for their LEJOG in May 2010. They are riding in AID of BHF British Heart Foundation. The team consists of Tommy  Martin & Laura. We are riding for BHF as I (Tommy)  had a heart Attack in October 2002 @ the age of 40 and I feel I kneed to do something for this fantastic charity for the help they have given to me over the last 8 years.I keep well now I am fit cycle approx 150 miles a week in winter and 250 to 300 in summer.
159 http://twitter.com/gazzzzza Mr Technology Gary Kilvington completed his end 2 end in 2009 using Twitter, his blog and  Google Latitude for live position updates on his progress. Not a huge amount of trip detail but included to show potential using technology.COMPLETED
158 http://www.georgemahood.com/lejog.htmRECOMMENDEDGeorge has now written a book of the trip. Paperback available here and a Kindle edition can be downloaded Free Country: A Penniless Adventure the Length of Britain  Free Country
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A crackin idea and one of my favourite LEJOG sites. The plan was simple – to get from Land’s End to John O’Groats, by foot or by bike, without spending a single penny. The reason for doing it was to prove that hospitality and generosity is alive and well amongst the people of Britain.
157 http://www.theraceagainsttime.com/ A unique endurance challenge. It involves an organised  group of 10-16 cyclists going from Lands End to John O’Groats in just six days to raise funds for a good cause. Repeated every year.
156 http://www.youtube.com/…RECOMMENDED Tony Langenegger. A superb video account of his trip in 2009
155 http://www.budden.me.uk Lynne Budden
154 Because Its There! Just with spare tube, bivvy bag, and what cash he could muster
153 NickandLesterBigBikeRide Two forty-somethings from Gloucestershire attempt the big bike ride to improve the lives of children in China’s orphanages
152 LEJoG Blog Tandem ride April 2007
151 Musical Tour Solo 14 day trip in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust
150 Biking For Beer A bike ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats and then back again, taking in the most northerly, southerly, easterly and westerly parts of the British mainland. Over 2850 miles
149 3500k E2E Aussie couple start in Paris, cycle via Cherbourg to Cornwall to start an E2E that takes in Lincoln & York
148 York JoGLErs Matt, Steve & Keith raise money for the Starlight Foundation
147 With a Twist Phil’s solo April 2007 E2E with the Three Peaks on route
146 LesJoGLE Les & friends do the trip 20 years after a previous trip
145 Sunburnt & Snowed On Ian Fardoe’s Optima Dragon recumbent ride, solo & camping
144 Just Rolling Great Photos and account of 2005 trip by 3 men & a lady
143 Long, Slow and Wiggly Birdy folder trip from South to North on the UK’s longest straight line
142 Wishyouwerenthere Not a lot written, but if you have broadband and click on the map and then the links to ‘All’ or individual days….and then click on ‘hybrid’… you can see a line unfold that marks out the route bit, all with mapping overlaying satellite pictures. It seems the three lads intrepid travellers just did what the GPS said, and got lost a few times. Some pictures. The map thing is impressive, but it would be good to hear the rest of the story of their JoGLE!
141 Cycle4Charity Female/Male 4 cyclist team cycling for The Meningitis Research Foundation
140 LEJoG Five 16 year olds E2E for Cancer Research
139 Moulton E2E 2006 Simon Berry’s 2006 trip on a 30 geared Pashley Moulton TSR30. Possibly the most detailed account ever. If you are going to use GPS, read his account to see the problems there can be. This year Simon is aiming to do the first LEJoG entirely on the Sustrans National Cycle Network and is planning his whole route by GPS. This is available at  gpscycle.com If you would like to accompany Simon on any of the stages he has 8 places per stage.
138 Salmon Cycle Three female Salmon siblings migrate from LE to JoG in September 2006, with the support of Matilda. Read the blog from the beginning.
137 S.P.O.K.E Spalding Peddlers on Killer Expedition – 5 rider supported trip
136 Richard’s JoGLE Solo ‘downhill’ B&B July 2007
135 Lardy to Lean II MacPanda is slimming and raising money with the trip
134 Solo End to End For Kings Mill Special School
133 1000 Mile Bike Ride Gareth, also on the Bike Adventures Organised Tour
132 3 Scroats to John o’Groats Mike, Jim and Robs trip to John O’Groats from Lands End in June 2006
131 Walking The Length Of Britain …..before or after you have cycled it – an ebook  ( If you are aged around 17 and fancy walking next year see – Great Walk 2008)
130 Gavin’s Lejog Offroad 2006 3rd Successful LEJoG Offroad, in 23 days
129 Richard’s Solo Camping 14 days on CTC Route
128 Very Nice People George & Ben start at Land’s End in boxer shorts and rely on spontaneous generosity for everything else to complete the trip!!
127 Bike in a box from Tasmania More of a Solo camping tour of Britain, including 3 Peaks & LEJoG! Just get on your bike and do it! – Done on a Moulton – Opens as .pdf file
126 JoGLE A site in German – Solo 1,946 km (1,209 miles) over 18 days in June 2006
125 Anglo-Swiss Charity Bike RideRECOMMENDED Two man JoGLE in 2003. A site that has grown into not just a LEJOG site, but a site that documents Mark’s journeys around Europe. Also includes GPS information
124 Russell Snowden LEJG 13 day B&B trip – great blog
123 Girl Solo  Kiwi Kim’s 20 day ride
122 LEJoG for Laurel Brown LE2JOG For Laurel Brown, April 2006
121 Kipperonabike A very quick kipper, who entered Scotland on the 4th day of the LEJoG!
120 Bob’s J.O.G.L.E 2006 Marking his half-century by riding North to South for the British Heart Foundation
119 US Cyclist Does UK William Thompson has done 2 trips in 2005 & 2006, as well as visiting other parts of the world at his Global Travel page
118 AwsomeLEJoG Five Blog the LEJoG for charity
117 ClemJoGLE06 Paul Clements cycled South solo
116 Jerry Anderson’s East of Pennines Route, May 2006 The route went through Meriden, England’s central point
115 Steveybo.com Steve is off, solo, in July 2006
114 http://www.bike1000.co.uk/index.htm 14 Days in June 2006
113 Silver Wedding Ride Margaret & Dave celebrate by doing the trip on their anniversary – They have on-bike sat nav too
112 LEJoG4Matt 50 somethings, Graham and Stephs’ June 2006 trip
111 Cycle NE2SW A four man JoGLE in May 2006
110 Farm-Boy.co.uk Jake’s Solo Hostel Trip – Well written site
109 The Bike Ride Anthony & Steves’ ride in May 2006
108 Martin The Cyclist Solo Camping trip blog, June 2006
107 David & Terrys’ Odyssey for Dr Hadwen Trust against animal testing, July 2006
106 May 1999 4 man trip in 1999
105 Jogleandbeyond Senor Bones JOGLE webblog, 10 days in April 2006
104 Specialride for special needs – Julian, Jon, Lawrence and Stephen ride for Ravenswood Village in Berkshire
103 Passion For Cycling Photos of an E2E in 1999 and links to other cycle rides
102 Sheila’s Wheelers Ride from North to South in tribute to mum
101 LEJoG May 2006 for Saxon Wood School  A 13 day Route to the East of The Pennines – Lots of determination to finish through bad weather – Full maps
100 The End to End Girls 2006 Pat & Janie cycle North to South in April 2006
99 LEJOG 2006 Steve Butler raising money for St Clare Hospice
98 Thomas Parkin Solo B&B trip, going to Orkney & Shetland as well
97 Lejog in April, Kilimanjaro in Sept Raising money for AMREF
96 Dale’s Trip – 1st to 9th June 2006 Raising money Cancer Research UK
95 Cyclaid Andrew Auld sets out in May 2006 raising money for AIDS
94 End2End Summer 2005 1000 miles, two cyclists and one very unreliable bike
93 Whiteboard Riders Jon Rouse is riding John O’Groats to Lands End in Aug 2006 to raise money to pay for IT equipment at Racemeadow Primary School in Atherstone, Warwickshire
92 tra-velo-gue.co.uk Lightweight; in just 6 days he did it. Very smart site with good kit & packing list
91 The Longroad Ahead Paul’s ride in May 2006 for The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign
90 Keith’s Solo End to End for Doncaster’s Civic Charity in June 2005
89 VHL Lejog 2006 14 days in aid of Von Hippel Lindau Cancer by Father and Son, aged 14, whose Wife and 10 year old sister have been diagnosed with this incurable condition – Support the family in the fight against VHL
88 A LEJoG Blog Mark Campbell’s 12 day trip, Sept – Oct 2005
87 Dr Feelgood’s Guitarist 2003 Steve Walwyn’s ride raising money for the Down’s Syndrome Association
86 End to End To Celebrate 60 by Esther & Michael Abrahams – B&B
85 My End to End by Steve Keens solo
84 LEJOGing for Whittington Babies 2005 by father & son, Barry & David Turner
83 Gary & Lee 2006 For Great Ormond Street Hospital
82 Jonathan Lewis Solo LEJOG Summer 2005 : The ‘Ring’ Road
81 Ian Wallace’s End to End On his bike, on his own
80 All the way in a Trice ……or on a Trice? Steve Ingham’s Trice Recumbent Trip
79 Breathe For You Tour Jerry Clinch’s second LeJoG for The Wisdom Hospice, Rochester, Kent and PitPat, Bristol
78 Brompton Trip Brian Dembrey’s 1029 mile JoGLE by Brompton folding bike that proves what a great bike it is and solves the travel problems each end – Just fold whether you’ve done a 3 mile or 1029 mile trip!
77 Jasons Quick Trip 4 days and 850 miles on a bike for Whizz-Kidz June 2005
76 JOGLE June 2005 Rob & Joe’s bike ride of 935M South from John O’Groats to Lands End. CD Rom in aid of MacMillan Cancer care available
75 Dave & Jo’s E2E 2005 A trip in April/May 2005
74 Minimalist LEJoG Two cyclists, racing bikes, half a change of clothes each in a backpack and finding B&B on the way
73 Mark & Richard Cycle Britain Thorough planning, great site & after the ride they flew home by EasyJet
72 JoGLE 2005 Martin’s Solo North to South
71 John o’Groats – Lands End Le tour de Jean Arnould, en francais
70 Cycling Britain Cycling Gatwick to LE to JoG, train to Margate then cycle to Gatwick – Solo tour 1500 miles 20 days
69 2men1bike 9 day tandem ride on two tandems, the first one broke en route! 2men2tandems?
68 Rob Woods End to End 14 day solo trip in June 2004
67 Andy & John’s End to End in 5 Years 4 stages over 5 years
66 RandomTandem 1000 Miles, 2 Idiots, 1 Bike (Their words!) – 1000 miles in 9 days May 2005
65 Ellonwheels 2005 Ellen Loois does the ride in 12 days starting on 5th June for Huntington’s Chorea.
64 Richard’s 9 Day Ride A Solo fundraiser
63 Daughter & Dad 1003 miles – One rider is 14 years old and the other is “aren’t policemen looking young” age
62 Liz & Stu’s End to End 15 days on 2001
61 Ben and Graham Brodie 17 days riding & 2 days off – July/Aug 2004 – Site has good links to other cycling and End to Ends
60 15 Days via Arran My site! I & 3 friends’ 2003 trip taking in the isle of Arran en route (Alan Pewsey)
59 Steve’s Solo YHA Trip A 13 Day trip where planning ambitious mileage in Cornwall and Devon started it hard
58 72 hour Non-Stop End to End 2005 Raising Money for The Meningitis Trust
57 Off-Road End to End 2003 James Spencer and David Broddle do their mainly Off-Road route. (This page is 248Kb, being html generated by MS Word)
56 Duffsters Solo East of Pennines End to End 2003 Jason Duffy got the opportunity to do the ride he had wanted to attempt for a while.
55 D2D 2003 Dover to Durness, a different end to end – The pictures on this site show they picked a great route
54 GalFromDownUnder’s End to End In 1997 on a Bike Friday folder and camping. The main site galfromdownunder.com is worth a read too – Lynnette has been cycling ever since her End to End
53 Pete’s UK End to End 1999 A solo camping trip in 11 days
52 Deutsche End2End Zwei Liegeräder – Two German recumbent riders complete a camping LEJoG
51 Dad and Daughter – 1000 miles Dad & 14 year old daughter just get on their touring bikes with their camping kit and maps and ride the LEJoG – simple!
50 Ken’s Autumnal LEJoG 2003 Ken Middlemiss’s solo B&B trip in 18 days and 1021 miles
49 1000 Mile Tandem Ride Sponsored ride in July 2003 by Phil & Tim Catt
48 End2End 2003 Doing it the hard way: JOG to LE in 8 days. Supported ride by 8 cyclists in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer
47 Vinnie’s Land’s End to John O’Groats Cycle Ride Fast solo ride in September 2003
46 Chris Gibson Solo 9-10 day fundraiser staying in B&B, starting 5th June 2003 and updating site daily
45 Cycling for Life Ambitious fundraising planned for Sept 2003, via a route which passes through Keighley. 3 man team supported by a van
44 Phoebe’s Wish Phoebe was born at 26 weeks, weighing only 620g (1lb 5oz). Her dad and his 40 something friends are off on a LEJoG to raise money for the neonatal unit at Middlesborough on June 9th
43 Two-Way in 1983 Robert Kletz’s trip from home to Jo’G then to LE then home again
42 Now Go And Do It Lee Hargreaves June 2002, 9 day End to End, solo, unsupported. Anyone can do it!
41 Cees van’t Hoff’s Fietstocht door Engeland For Dutch readers
40 Ron Strutt’s RuralRides.net  Ron has done 3 End to Ends, including a ‘4 Sides’ route including the most Easterly and Westerly UK points
39 Derek Higbee’s Three Peaks Trip via Snowdon, Scafell Pike, and Ben Nevis. 1,195 miles on the bike and some 25 miles walking. Computer and GPS tracking
38 Because There’s Nothing on Telly LEJOG in July 2002, by Stuart Mackenzie
37 Mission Difficult.org Tandem trip in May 2002
36 Andy Stevenson June/July 2002 – Solo Ride
35 Tour de Frank July 2002 – Solo Ride
34 Chris Gooderham & John Birch Chose their own route and rode unsupported using B&B accommodation
33 Three On A Bike On a three seater bike in Summer 2001
32 Edward Peters Great site which I enjoyed watching ‘live’ as the trip progressed. His data proves how you do more climbing in The West Country than you do in Scotland!
31 Ride For Life John o’Groats to Land’s End – Starts 24th June 2002 – Route via Essex – Very smart, thorough and technical site
30 7 Year Old Takes Record Excellent site about Bow-Jango and his cycling familys’ trip in July 2002 – He raised money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, and has the condition himself. He is an experienced cycle tourist already, having ridden since the age of four and completed about 1000 miles on tours in the West Country, France, and Holland! He eats lots of Weetabix for breakfast!
29 LE To JO’G by Tandem 1st to 13th June 2000 by Angela & Stephen
28 Fife Flyers 8 day sponsored ride
27 Becontree Wheelers Veterans of their 1975 ride repeat it with some newbies in 2000
26 Will Watson 9 day trip in June 2000
25 N Coomber some pictures of a 1978 trip
24 Maidenhead Rotaract Club Summer 2000 trip
23 End to End in 15 days on a tandem by Janice Newman & Peter Allocco in June 1996
22 Steveonabike.co.uk Raising money for breast cancer
21 Colin Langdon’s Site Colin leads LE to JoG trips and is organising four in Summer 2002. They are for CTC members only, so join now if you are interested in going!! Also has details of a previous trip
20 Bike Tours Great British Bike Ride August 2001 trip organised for 19 people camping – Excellent site by John Ennor, which thoroughly details the route, which is an East of the Pennines one at 1099 miles
19 14 Day End to End in 20 years finished in 2001 by Tony Wallis
18  August 2001 Adventure by Derek Hunter
17 http://www.end2end.me.uk/ by Chris Humphrey & Mark Bayliss raising money for Albinism in 8 days in July 2001
16 2001 Cycling Odyssey Trip starting in June – Excellent site with full maps and route description
15 September 2000 Trip by Tandem Ken & Linda Hardy have done a great site about their trip
14 Debbie Hargreaves & Dave Yates’ August 2000 Trip
13 Bernard Naylor’s Site about a Sept 2000 trip by Bill Barker, Chris Smith & Phil Owens
12 Chris Smith’s Site about a Sept 2000 trip by Bill Barker, Chris Smith & Phil Owens
11 June 2000 Trip Allen Freeman’s trip, from the American perspective.
10 The Sore Butt Bike Ride An Aug 2000 trip, of 13 days, to raise money for The Motor Neurone Disease Association – Impressive site, with a foreword by Tony Blair!
9 Next Time I’ll Stay in Youth Hostels A Journey from Land’s End to John O’Groats On An Overloaded Recumbent Cycle In June 1999 – A self supported solo camping trip
8 Martin Wittram’s Account of his cycle tour along the West side of the UK in 1999
7 Traditional Touring Club 1997 trip by this interesting looking club from Leigh-on Sea, Essex, by a route taking in Yorkshire, Carlisle, Peebles and Edinburgh
6 Diary of an Alcohol Fuelled 1997 Tour By Martin Prince
5 Land’s End to John o’Groats Trip 1996 by Paul Smee and Ann French. See also their 1993 Trip. Also links to pages about their trips to other parts of the world
4 LE to J’oG With Three Others A 1994 Trip with a fair bit of detail about personal relationships in a group and how they can be strained…….. Also2000 Tour – with satellite tracking on a 2 man tour along the CTC scenic route! Very thorough route description
3 Land’s End To John o’Groats, By Bicycle A charity cycle ride, in aid of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund ( http://www.icnet.uk )
2 Ralph Dadswell’s Record Trip on a trike in 53 hours 29 minutes!!!
1 Windheetah Record Andy Wilkinson’s record run in a Windcheetah recumbent in 41 hours 4 mins and 22 secs for an 861 mile route!

 

 

 

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