LEJOGLE 2020 – The Route

The plan for the route is to plot days of around 200 miles a day, broken into 4 legs a day. This adopts a Mark Beaumont 'around the world in 80 days' approach, where you only focus on completion of the leg you are riding, and not the whole ride. I can get my head around that, and my training has been focused on 'legs' accordingly.

LEJOGLE 2020 – Preparation

Whenever you want to attempt something pretty epic, it's generally a good idea to have some kind of plan. And like a good Cub Scout it helps to always be prepared.

LEJOGLE 2020 – Big miles and big decisions

How do you get your head around the idea of being able to cycle 1800 miles in 10 days?
It's quite simple - you dont!
You can't really. You can get your head around the idea of a long ride, and even several long rides. But one single ride from the bottom to the top of the country and back again? That's a lot to process. Especially when you don't have a great track record time wise.

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