Enotrac’s LeJoG

The start of Enotrac’s blog… written in February 2019

What a challenge coming up this year! A 1000 miles ride from Lands End to John O’Groats, which is the the whole length of the island of Great Britain between two extremities, in the southwest and northeast. We are doing it as a team for all people in Railway Industry suffering from Parkinson’s condition. 

Would you like to join the team and ride the length of England? 
Could help us raise awareness about Parkinson’s and help us raise the funds so that all together we can find a cure for it!

The following posts describe the daily cycling challenges!

  • Enotrac’s LeJoG
    The start of Enotrac’s blog… written in February 2019 What a challenge coming up this year! A 1000 miles ride from Lands End to John O’Groats, which is the the whole length of the island of Great Britain between two extremities, in the southwest and northeast. We are doing it as a team for all … Continue reading Enotrac’s LeJoG
  • Enotrac LeJoG Day One
    The start of the challenge!
  • Enotrac LeJoG Day Two
    We spent the day refining our rides and the way to go!
  • Enotrac LeJoG Day Three
    Inspired onwards from our stay at Union Road Moto Velo, Crediton, with breakfast in a room full of classic motorcycles – it was going to be a ‘grippy’ day biking down the Queen’s highway. We had only 42 miles to complete today and so the cycling pace could be more leisurely. We stopped regularly along … Continue reading Enotrac LeJoG Day Three
  • Enotrac LeJoG Day Four
    It’s unbelievable that Day 4 is now complete and we have traversed Cornwall and Somerset to arrive in Wales. A drone was used for camera shots while we cycled across the Severn Bridge. We look forward to sharing the results.

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