I’ve ridden Britain End to End three different ways.
Land’s End to John o’Groats 1167 miles
In June 1997 I rode the most standard framing of the trip, ‘LEJOG’, eating only local food all the way.
LEJOG 1997 index page
Cape Wrath to Dover 1050 miles
In May 2010 I did the ‘other diagonal’, taking in a few of the Hebrides via ferries, joined by several friends at various points.
Cape Wrath to Dover index page
Land’s End to John o’Groats via Marshall Meadows and Kirkmaiden 1308 miles
In May 2013 I did another ‘LEJOG’, but with a twist: I rode the English End to End (Land’s End to Marshall Meadows) followed by the Scottish End to End (Kirkmaiden to John o’Groats).
LEJOG 2013 index page
I’ve also cycled the End to End of Wales:
Chepstow to Holyhead 193 miles
In September 2020 I cycled the length of Wales on the Lôn Las Cymru, starting at Chepstow.
Wales 2020 End to End index page
Cardiff to Holyhead 237 miles
In June 2000 I cycled the length of Wales on the Lôn Las Cymru, starting at Cardiff.
I’ve cycled a complementary pair of Yorkshire End to Ends:
Abbeydale to Zebra Hill (to Piercebridge) 138 miles
Humber Bridge to Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge 91 miles
In May 2021 I cycled the length of the historic county’s western half (Pennines and Dales) from south to north, starting at its first place alphabetically, and finishing shortly after at its last place alphabetically. That was followed in June by another south to north traverse of the eastern half (Wolds and Moors), between iconic bridges: the Humber to the Middlesbrough Transporter.