LEJOG Days 5&6

Well a wheely good evening to you from Scotland, yes that’s right Scotland! The last two days have been spectacular with some stunning scenery, fast paced sections and a couple of tasty inclines. Yesterday we took in some of the cities of the North West on route to Kendal with the last 20km meandering through the lanes of the Lake District. Today we left to be greeted by the climb over Shap Fell which in itself isn’t too hard and the weather was stunning all day. The descent down the otherside was a corker touching 75kmh at times and then onto lunch stop in Carlisle. After this it was on into Scotland stopping for pics in Gretna Green and Lockerbie to pay out respects before reaching Moffat. Another great day and only four to go until we reach John O’Groats. Thank you so much for all the support and messages and donations.

We kindly ask that if you are able to pledge, please choose one of the charities below that you wish to support or split it evenly between the two charities in the links below. One is the Swindon Downs group which is very close to me and my sister and the other The British Heart Foundation. Thank you so much all of you. X



2 thoughts on “LEJOG Days 5&6

  1. Hi folks. Just met you by chance in Fort Augustus having a LEJOG coffee stop and very impressed by your story and phenomenal ride. Wanted to wish you all the best for your final few days after a grueling schedule. Take care and well done once again. Bryan, Will, Robert, Jane and Anna.


    • Hi Bryan I am so sorry I have just seen this message you sent me and hence not replied. I remember meeting you and thank you the kind words. We completed it in the 10 days and raised £2000 for local charities in the process. Best wishes and thank you. Paul.


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