Monthly Archives: September 2014

JOGLE Round Up

First of all some figures. Hours moving 68 hrs 14 mins Kilometres ridden 1584.8 = 990 Miles Climbs 15691 Metres = Everest x 1.95 Funds raised to date £4046.06 Total Funds raised since 18.09 2010 £10136.61 JOGLE was the final … Continue reading

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Day 11 Callington to Lands End

A night at home is a very strange thing when you’re in the middle of something like JOGLE, with only one day to go it felt very odd and Richard and I both agreed that perhaps it wasn’t such a … Continue reading

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Day 10 Aylesbeare to Callington

After another pleasant evening spent with Martin and Joan it was an early start so that we could have a relaxing afternoon. We joined the commuter traffic into Exeter but took a cycle lane through the outskirts which took us … Continue reading

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JOGLE day 9 Street to Aylesbeare

Well what a lazy pair we were this morning. Left our hostess at 10.00 Norman having left for school at 8.00. Believe it or not Glastonbury Tor is in this photo. It was then off through the lanes past Millfield’s … Continue reading

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JOGLE Day 8 Ilmington to Street

The day started badly for me with a real mental low. A reaction to a very long day,  over tired.  I don’t really know but a phone call home, and Louise and Richard eventually sorted me out. This morning was … Continue reading

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JOGLE Day 7 Heywood to Ilmington

We left Heywood at 7.20 with an initial target being a visit to the National Cycle Centre. Home to British Cycling. What a transformation of what was a desolate area when I was transferred to the South West by the … Continue reading

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JOGLE DAY 6 Penrith to Heywood

Another later start breakfast from 8.00 so a 9.30 departure. It was  off to Shap, not as bad a climb as expected,  past a TATA steel works, it must be the highest in the UK. Them off to Orton on … Continue reading

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