LEJOG - Royston Wood - A Safer way

Discussion in 'Lands End to John O'Groats (LEJOG)' started by Andy Morris, 18 Oct 2017.

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  1. Andy Morris

    Andy Morris Active Member

    In September 2016 after completing a London to Paris ride, on the Avenue Verte, self supported, I managed to inspire myself into wanting to complete a bigger challenge. Lands End to John O Groats took my attention- a 1000 mile ride across mainland Britain.

    Solo & self supported I followed a 10 day itinerary over 1006 miles, using the majority of Royston Woods - A Safer Way route.

    An amazing adventure of which I would recommend to anyone who has even the slightest thought of taking on the challenge.

    I have written a fairly detailed blog of my adventure, please take a look - [temporarily removed due to a security message]
     
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  2. Crackle

    Crackle Pah

    @Andy Morris I've removed the link from your opening post as it was flagging a security issue. Once you sort it out just put it back and tag me (using the @ symbol) and I'll check it again.
     
  3. Nibor

    Nibor Über Member

    Location:
    Accrington
    the link is still in the quoted post.
     
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  4. Mkbutters

    Mkbutters New Member

    Hi

    Starting LEJOG on 14 th June and was going to use Royston's route. Those that have done and amended it in places would you be willing to share your GPX files / route? Happy with most of route but want to avoid really rough tracks/mud etc as on road bikes

    Thanks in advance

    Mike Butters
     
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  6. Mkbutters

    Mkbutters New Member

    Hi Andy... do you have the link for your blog?

    Regards

    Mike
     
  7. Mike have you got your route on RWGPS?
     
  8. Mkbutters

    Mkbutters New Member

    Hi Steve I have downloaded Roystons route onto RWGPS but not made any amendments so far. Have you used it?
     
  9. No I have not worked out how to download them into RWGPS. Have you made yours for public viewing and if so, what are they called?
     
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