We are sponsored by Komoot, who have provided us the platform to create our route for each of the 14 days.
We welcome any rider to come and cycle with us on any section of our route (maybe not the water bike section). Please get in touch to join us at email@example.com.
You can see our Komoot route collection in more details by clicking the image below.
Our route is designed to visit as many national parks as feasibly possible in 14 days between the Orkney Islands and the Isles of Scilly. The National Parks we will be visiting are listed below in order from top of the UK down:
We hope in our training to visit all the other national parks too. So far we have visited the Peak District National Park, Snowdonia National Park, Pembrokeshire National Park, New Forest National Park and Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Traditionally JOGLE would mean cycling from John O’Groats the northernmost tip of Scotland to Lands End the southernmost tip of UK. Completing this journey would mean one has cycled the entire length of mainland UK.
Our cycle is across both land and sea connecting the Orkney Islands to the Scilly Islands and is expected to take us 14 days in total!
Our attempt can be split into 4 stages: