No one said it’d be easy

These were the words that greeted me when I casually remarked to Bry about the challenge of todays ride – our last full day in the saddle. How true! Although shorter – only 50 miles, there is still a fair amount of climbing. The route and elevation profile is shown below:

If all goes to plan, and after yesterday’s experience there’s no guarantee, then we should meet up with Jane, aka ‘mission control’, at a B&B somewhere near Hayle, leaving us within spitting distance of Land’s End. We’re still assessing the practicalities of actually getting to the finish in the wake of the Olympic Torch leaving earlier on Saturday morning.  We’ll keep you posted.

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2 comments on “No one said it’d be easy

  1. Debs says:

    The final push ! Amazing achievement and someone has sent an Olympic flame to greet you at Land’s End !

  2. Alex Pattison says:

    It’s going to be a great experience for you, riding back to John o’Groats carrying the Olympic flame.

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