A quick look at the ride calendar shows that between 25 April 2010 and 21 September 2010 there are just 4 days (in July) when there are no recorded riders doing either LEJOG or the JOGLE.

The Ride Across Britain, led by James Cracknell, has just been listed - it's a JOGLE from 12 - 20 June 2010


Posted 31 March 2010

Not really news, but may be of interest/value.

Is anyone planning to travel at the start/finish of their E2E at the JOG end on Sunday 20 June 2010?

We (that's the Rob the webmaster & Jon) have private transport booked for passengers and bikes and would be willing (nay, keen!) to share the cost  - we are going JOG-Inv in the morning ... any permutation of direction, passengers, bikes should result in an advantageous deal for all of us.

Please e-mail  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. if you are interested.


 


Posted 13 March 2010

Starting to get into organisation mode now and trying to book railway tickets from Birmingham to Penzance, and then from Inverness to Birmingham via a stop-over in Edinburgh - the process is horrendous with the National Rail website appearing to be totally inconsistent with journey possibilities.


Posted 13 March 2010

It's clearly "the season" for End-to-End ride planning . . .  hits on the website have soared in the last three or four weeks to around 500 a day and growing.

Don't forget there's now a Forum where you can discuss the ride/ask questions/seek advice etc - see the link over on the left.

I'm still working on ideas for the site ... if you have any thoughts for content or improvements please e-mail me at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


 


Posted 21 January 2010

The account of Rob (the webmaster) and Jon's French End to End is now available.  The book has a foreword by Edward Enfield, author of Downhill All The Way, the inspiration for the trip.

The 200+ page book comprises day-by-day accounts of the ride together with photographs and a 44 page fully detailed route map. The CD also contains an A5 landscape version of the marked map to print and use on the road.