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Lands End to John o'Groats 2020 and 2021


Lands End to John o'Groats 2020 and 2021

Join me on this most spectacular of Great British bike journeys. The route ridden uses quiet roads wherever possible, there will be a goodly amount of scenery, a climb or 2 to test the legs and a route that overall attempts to get off the beaten track.

You will ride into Wales - via the Severn Bridge - and the route through Scotland is amongst some of the finest scenery that the land has to offer.

You'll ride across Dartmoor and the Severn Bridge and north to Ironbridge. Through the Yorkshire Dales, Kielder, and on to Edinburgh. Across the Forth Bridge, through the Caingorms and on to Inverness. We then head due North through some spectacular and remote countryside passing the remote Crask Inn. This will be no mad dash up the A6.

For 2020 and 2021 the proposed route will be Lands End, Redruth, Two Bridges, Glastonbury, Ross on Wye, Ironbridge, Prestbury, Keighley, Middleton in Teesdale, Kielder, Fala, Blairgowrie, Grantown on Spey, Invergordon, Bettyhill thence to John o Groats.

Bespoke dates for LEJOG trips available for groups of 6 to 8 people

Please enquire if thinking about doing this trip in 2021


THE Great British bike ride. Ride from the tip of Cornwall to the tip of Scotland passing amazing scenery en route. Routes avoid main roads wherever possible and go out of the way to include as much of our stunning landscape as possible, even if that means riding a few miles further

14 day itineraries, these are not dash up the country as fast as possible trips.

14 days riding, 15 nights B and B

Luggage transferred each day

Expect to ride 70 to 80 miles per day

Computer files provided

Picnic lunch included on all riding days

As much help as possible with travel to Lands End and back from John o'Groats

Mini bus support for the entire trip

Price ₤1700 per person

Proposed 2021 Dates

15 - 29 May 2021

12 - 26 June 2021

10 - 24 July 2021

14 - 28 August 2021

11 - 25 September 2021

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