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Updated VeloViewer map : 25-September-2020

That’s me just updated the VeloViewer map. I’ve filled in a good number of new squares, since I last posted the map on 21st September 2020.

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Updated VeloViewer map : 21-September-2020

That’s me just updated the VeloViewer map. I’ve filled in a good number of new squares, since I last posted the map on 31st July 2020.

Want your own map this like? Then check out veloviewer.com

Updated VeloViewer map : 31-July-2020

That’s me just updated the VeloViewer map. I’ve filled in a good number of new squares, since I last posted the map on 12th July 2020.

Want your own map this like? Then check out veloviewer.com

Walked so many canals

I’ve walked so many canals in England over the last number of years! So far done the Erewash Canal, Grand Union Canal (main line), Grantham Canal, Northampton Arm (Grand Union Canal), Nottingham & Beeston Canal, Paddington Arm (Grand Union Canal) and Regent’s Canal.

Think so far, the Grand Union Canal (main line) has been my favourite! Mainly because, I can say I’ve walked the whole way from London to Birmingham.

Now in the process of walking the Kennet and Avon Canal and Leicester Line (Grand Union Canal).

The map below, shows all the canals and other walks, I’ve done since 6th October 2016. When I got my Garmin Vivoactive HR GPS smart watch.

Want to make a map like this? Then check out www.veloviewer.com.

All the roads, I’ve covered so far in 2020

Loving this map from VeloViewer which shows all the roads, I’ve cycled on so far during 2020! Over the coming days, weeks and months, will trying filling in even more of the squares!

How many miles to Braunston…

This photo gallery and map, will give you a great idea of how many miles, it is to walk, from London to Braunston along the Grand Union Canal. So looking forward to getting to Braunston, after seeing so many signs for it!

National Cycle Network photo map

I’ve started working on a National Cycle Network photo map. I’ve used the network so many times, over the years for cycling, walking and while doing the End to End cycle back in 2009.

Still, got many photos to add to this map, but very pleased with my process so far…

Also, done a page, that breaks the National Cycle Network, down into routes.

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