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Riding Le Jog with Otesha

It's taken a while to get my head around the names of the techy bits of the road bike I bought a couple of years ago, let alone the names of the Sportives, Audax rides and everything else that goes with it. One name that came up early on was the much mentioned Le Jog - Land's End to John o'Groats to you and me.

It's a ride that's been tempting for a while and one slightly focused good friend rode the route in 6 days on a fixed wheel. That's probably too much for most us; if you're in the right age group (18-28) - there's an alternative option that's a bit more reasonable. If you're too old, tell someone who's not; the organisation who're running this, Otesha are an outstanding group of Doers who make change from the seat of a bicycle. Try it out sometime!

Lands' End to John O'Groats - 2nd July - 28th August

While we were pondering where to take our route this year, it struck us like a lightning bolt - why not do THE route - Land's End to John O'Groats! Expect an epic 8-week cycle ride that hits up schools, youth clubs, festivals and communities the length of Britain, performing the Otesha play and presenting workshops, whilst admiring all the beauty this nation has to offer. Toot toot.

If you're between 18-28 years old and you fancy taking part, then find out more on becoming a tour member here -;


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