We’re riding for Edward’s Trust again. Do give us some support if you can

Last year, as some of you may remember, we cycled on mountain bikes from London to Paris. It wasn’t a direct route either, and we ended up doing nearly 270 miles over four days.


This year … in fact, starting tomorrow morning, we’ll be doing something even more difficult. As is usual, we pay for all of our accommodation costs, meals, bikes, repairs, kit and everything else ourselves.

Today we’re heading “up north” to do The Pennine Bridleway. This route runs for 205 miles from the edge of Howgill Fells in Cumbria culminating in Middleton in the White Peak area of Derbyshire. It traverses a great variety of landscapes from open moorland to steep-sided wooded river valleys and passes through both the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.

Here’s a rough map…


This is going to be hard going. Rough terrain, steep and unrelenting climbs over 4 days with NO support vehicle. In fact, no support at all. We’ll be carrying our own kit!

Last year, after everything was totted up, we proudly raised £4048 thanks to your help. Please do chip in again this year if you can, it would be hugely appreciated.

Edward’s Trust is charity that really doesn’t get much exposure and they provide much-needed support for anyone affected by the death of a child.

If you’d like to help just ..

– Send a text to 70070 with NAZG69 followed by a space and then £2 / £5 / £10.

– Donate on my page

Oh, and a HUGE THANKS.