The End-to-End Collection of (at present 14*) different route listings. Presented as a list of places - some very detailed, some just the overnight stops for you to plan your own route. Delivered as a pdf email attachment for you to print.
NOTE: Some free email services, notably Hotmail, Gmail, AOL etc are in the habit of blocking or junking attachments - if you have not received your file within (normally) 48 hours please check any filters - and then use the contact form to inform me of non-delivery.
The End-to-End Collection : £5.00 (Delivered by e-mail)
Working initially with a large-scale map (perhaps a cheap road atlas) it is possible to plan yourroute to suit you- visiting places that you want to go to - or specific aims for your journey. [One rider set a route that visited all of the Premier League football grounds, another only stayed at pubs called the Red Lion ... ] Route plans for use on the ride range from lines drawn on a map through printed maps to on-the-handlebars GPS gadgets - the choice is yours.
Using a spreadsheet and route calculation software (or an online mapping facility) is a handy way to create your route to assess daily distances and plan accommodation - some riders book every stop in advance, some just ride and find somewhere - be it B&B, pub, YH or camp-site.
The two CDs available (Rob & Jon's LEJOG 2010, and Rob & Joe's JOGLE) both contain day-by-day details of the routes used, each with a ready-to-print A5 landscape c200 page map book withe route marked on an OS style map (LEJOG also has .gpx files)
Whichever route you take, whether supported or un-supported, it’s a fantastic experience!