Having completed this event last year and being really impressed we decided to complete it again. However, due to the logistical nightmare of getting to the start we decided to complete it as a 225 mile round trip leaving our car at Dunwich packed with a stove for making coffee and bacon rolls at the … Continue reading Dunwich Dynamo Double
The Virtual Wind Tunnel (VWT) is an exciting new innovation by Canadian startup STAC Performance, co-founded by Andrew Buckrell. It allows triathletes and time trialists to get a complete, accurate aerodynamic analysis done in an affordable and convenient way. We start off the process with scanning which is the critical part. So we want to … Continue reading STAC Virtual Wind Tunnel
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Evanton – John O’ Groats 101miles This is the last (well hopefully) day of riding as we plan to reach John O’Groats by the end of the day. This was the worst nights sleep that we have had on the journey due to the fact that a seagull was practically in our room making all … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 8
Tyndrum – Evanton 128miles We decided to go for an early start this morning although due to a slight mix up between me and Rob as to who was in charge of setting the alarm it was not as early as it should have been! Alistair was already down enjoying the continental breakfast and his opening … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 7
Crawford to Tyndrum 98miles The topic we debated at breakfast this morning was why do they have square sausages up in Scotland but could not come up with any reasonable explanation in the end. Robert is still struggling to get his brain in gear in the morning as left his glasses, well Alistair’s actually as … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 6
Milnthorpe – Crawford 110miles The mood in the camp this morning was mixed. Rob woke up and tried to get his brain in gear just to get himself dressed, I was trying to book the next night’s accommodation and ended up ringing up the same B&B twice only to be told again they … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 5
After 3 days in the mountains it was back to the flat today which brought it’s own issues of tackling some major towns and cities. The first of which was Warrington so we attempted to navigate the way trying to look at the garmin, point out potholes and not get too distracted by the ladies … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 4
Tonights blog is slightly better but only by an hour! I’ll take anything I can at the moment with how I feel! After 2 days of finishing at 9pm we made the decision to cut today slightly shorter and go for an earlier finish so I planned the route to finish at Wen some 85mile … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 3
Today did not exactly go to plan as it is nearly midnight again and I am writing this again in bed with Rob snoring in the bed next to me! The problem with trying to complete the challenge in 7 days it means that we need to hit 130miles+ per day and being a few … Continue reading LEJOG – Day 2