Land's End (9903d)

I cycled from Thurso (most northerly mainland town in Britain) to London in Summer 2009, through Scotland and down the eastern side of England. The route was around 1400km.

Follow the links below to view the routes for each day.

The plan: [ Summary | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 ]

In the event, I skipped Day 5 and did it a couple of weeks later. I also split Day 9 into two days, stopping at Cambridge:

What actually happened: [ Summary | -2 | -1 | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 5 (Again) | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 ]

StageStartFinishAreaLen /kmAsc /mSlow Par TimeMax Hgt /mNum of HillsNum Big HillsHill Asc /mMax Asc Gdt
PrologueThursoThursoCaithness632423h286610502%
Stage 1ThursoCarbisdale CastleThe Far North14513248h422691058407%
Stage 2Carbisdale CastleLoch LochyThe Great Glen14012878h40386447006%
Stage 3Loch LochyInversnaidThe West Highlands14114438h553484354020%
Stage 4InversnaidLasswadeForth Valley13810028h20200312305%
Stage 5LasswadeMorpethThe Borders15212929h134187471010%
Stage 6MorpethWhitbyTees Valley14911548h412469159010%
Stage 7WhitbyKirmingtonYorkshire1429238h082366246015%
Stage 8KirmingtonKing’s LynnThe Fens1643208h39162201202%
Stage 9King’s LynnLondonEssex1735569h25126201103%
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Note: Slow par times (aka BRT times) are based on an average speed of 20km/h with an additional 5 minutes for each 100m of ascent.

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