Aug 132017
 

This time 8 years ago, I would have been cycling between Glencoe and Killearn has part of the End to End cycle! A distance of 63.84 miles, but I will let you into a secret, we only cycled has far, as the Loch Lomond Youth Hostel (now closed). Then my Dad, give leave a lift with our bikes to Killearn. The part had been, the next day to get a left back to that location. But for reasons, I am sure most of you know. That never happened!

I would still rate this day, has one of favourites. Watch this video, I filmed some years later and I am sure, you will see why!!

Please do check out the route, we took at www.strava.com/activities/445506861.

Aug 122017
 

This time 8 years ago, I would have been cycling between Loch Ness and Glencoe! A distance of 58.3 miles with a elevation gain of 761 metres.

For some reason, not sure why, don’t have a single photo from this day! Maybe it was raining, which it did do a hell of a lot during the cycle!

But of course, you can still check out the route, I took at www.strava.com/activities/445506847.

 

Aug 112017
 

This time, 8 years ago I would have been cycling from Carbisdale Castle to Loch Ness. A distance of 63.1 miles. Of course, next time I do the cycle, really need to make sure that I take many more photos!


You can check route between we took between Carbisdale Castle to Loch Ness @ www.strava.com/activities/445506866

Aug 102017
 

This time, 8 years ago I would have been cycling between Tongue to Carbisdale Castle. A distance of 47.9 miles. Still can’t believe that I did it!

Here is some breaking news, I’ve hoping to do it again in the summer of 2019! But can’t stay at Carbisdale Castle again, since it’s no longer a youth hostel! 🙁





You can check route between we took between Tongue to Carbisdale Castle @ www.strava.com/activities/445506834

Aug 092017
 

WOW! Was it really 8 years ago today, that I started an adventure of a life time? Yep it really was! On this day back in 2009, I started the first day of the End to End cycle. So in other words cycling all the way from John O’Groats at the top of mainland Scotland to Land’s End! A cycle of 990 miles, taken 16 days!

Here are some photos from day one, which took us from John O’Groats to Tongue a distance of 64.23 miles.


Mike and myself @ John O'Groats


You can also check out the route we took @ www.strava.com/activities/445506836.

Aug 242016
 

Can’t believe it, it was 7 years ago today, that I finished the End to End cycle, that took me all the way from John O’Groats at the top mainland Scotland all the way to Land’s End, at the very bottom of England!

The route was 990.30 miles and took 16 days, one of them being a rest day!

I would still, rate it has one the best things, I’ve ever done!

Thinking of doing it yourself? Then check out www.endtoend-cycle.com.


Celebrating at Land’s End
Celebrating at Land’s End

Aug 132016
 

On this day, seven years ago. I would have been cycling all the way from Glencoe to Killearn! On day five of the End to End cycle.

So a number of years, I filmed part of the same route from car! I filmed the part between Glencoe and Tyndrum.

Aug 112016
 

So this time 7 year ago, I would have been somewhere between Carbisdale Castle and Loch Ness, on the third day of the End to End cycle!

You can check out the third day of the route at www.strava.com/activities/445506866.


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