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Land's End to John O'Groats Cycle

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There isn’t just one reason to take part in the Lands End to John O'Groats Cycle, there are 600,000! That’s the number of people living with epilepsy in the UK right now.

Event Details

When: 29 August - 10 September 2017
Where: Land's End to John O'Groats
Distance: 1000 miles over 12 days

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Other dates are available, visit the Global Adventure Challenges website for more information. 

About the Land's End to John O'Groats Cycle

Pedal 1000 miles, end to end, on this classic challenge from Land’s End to John O’Groats, the furthest possible distance in the British Isles. This is a classic challenge that is on many a cyclist’s ‘to do’ list. Covering more than 12 counties, this is one of the toughest fundraising cycle events available.

From the rocky cliffs and pounding seas of Land’s End, through the rolling hills of Dartmoor, through the stunning mountains of the Lake District and along the Lochs of Great Glen to our finish line at the Northernmost point of the UK mainland, this challenge will test you to your limits. 

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Payment Options

There are two options available. Please decide which is best for you before registering. Find out more on the Global Adventure Challenges website. 

  • Option A: Registration fee of £299 & minimum fundraising pledge of £2,800
  • Option B: Registration fee of £299 & payment of £1,400

How we will support you

All our participants will receive:

  • A welcome pack full of fundraising tips to help you get started
  • A free Epilepsy Action cycle jersey
  • Free training plans and kit list provided by Global Adventure Challenges
  • Fundraising support and encouragement from our dedicated team

For further information

For further information about our cycling events, please contact our events team on +44 (0)113 210 8821 or by emailing events@epilepsy.org.uk

Event Date: 
Tuesday 25 August 2015 - 09:38

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