Project 44 – LEJOG

Follow Ian To, as he attempts to break the Land’s End to John O’Groats Record. A record that has stood at 44 hours for over 17 years.

As covered in Cycling Weekly. In May 2018, Ian will take on the epic challenge of riding the distance of the U.K. non-stop, from Land’s End to John O’groats and beat the record of 44 hours, 4 minutes and 20 seconds, set by Gethin Butler in 2001. Watch it unfold here and see the record being broken.

“To’s enormous engine has been developed by completing 20 to 40 hours of training every week. So far this year he’s already racked up over 6000 miles” ~ Cycling Weekly

“For one dedicated Swindon cyclist, the limits of endurance are always to be tested” ~ Swindon Advertiser

Ian’s raising money for The National Autistic Society. Feel free to donate by clicking on the logo. Thanks for your support.

 

04:36 LEJOG44 world record attempt aborted. Ian, all support crew and observers are safe and well.
With deteriorating favourable conditions, deep fatigue and an ever increasing gap to… https://t.co/ZZPtcHGysi

04:15 Shap summit shrouded in thick cold mist, with 398 miles to go.
#lejog44 https://t.co/g3tbmh6XIb

Thank you @use_exposure for your support.
All of the team grateful.
Helping Ian through the night safely 👍.
#lejog44 #safetyfirst https://t.co/Ti3OZLSywJ

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