If you’ve enjoyed the journey and blog please do think of giving to the charity. Please don’t think this was an easy challenge as I cycle a lot. Hopefully the final destruction of a solidly built bike has shown how tough it was on a bike that was not designed for or should ever have been cycled over such terrain. It’s physically the most challenging thing I’ve ever done, and mentally it’s been quite tough. Please click on the donate button on the right hand side of your screen or click or copy the link below, even if its just a pound. Thanks to those who have already donated, it is very much appreciated by the charity and myself and hope to say thanks in person soon.
If you are interested in the route I took, daily maps are available below and cover the whole route.(with the exception of 16 miles or so where my battery ran out).
My blog has been updated with more pictures, new videos, route and gradient maps, statistics and a little more detail on the journey, particularly through central France where I was unable to add the info while I was cycling and bike fixing….. But my attempt at cycling from London to Andorra is now over, but the following is a record of the trip. Please read on if you want to know whether the challenge was met or failed in big ball of steel and oil. The donation page will remain open for a while longer so please click below if you wish to give a little something to the charity…..