The Event 2021

Despite having to drastically change the format for the 2020 event in order to comply with Covid restrictions in Scotland, the “LDU Class of 2020” raised an incredible £20,000 for Cancer Research UK, and took the running total for the event to over £157,000 raised for Cancer Research UK since it all began back in 2013. It is an extraordinary amount of money, so Thank You to each and everyone who has taken part, volunteered, donated, or simply spread the word.

The Shortest Day of the year is now well behind us, which as well as meaning that the days are getting longer, it also means that in less than six months “LDU21” will be happening once again to raise more money for CRUK.

The format seems to be working fine, so there won’t be any changes. In short, there is an entry fee of £300 each, which goes towards providing accommodation, food and on road support.

We will run from Lands End to John O’Groats on the 21st June.

The exact route will be published nearer the time. Last year’s participants did feedback that it was a toughie that they really enjoyed. The harder the better it seems! The ferry crossing in particular got a thumbs up.

Bike to cost £300ish (not including tyres, brakes or cost of MOT)

No MOT, no entry.

And that’s about it.

The Event 2021

Despite having to drastically change the format for the 2020 event in order to comply with Covid restrictions in Scotland, the “LDU Class of 2020” raised an incredible £20,000 for Cancer Research UK, and took the running total for the event to over £157,000 raised for Cancer Research UK since it all began back in 2013. It is an extraordinary amount of money, so Thank You to each and everyone who has taken part, volunteered, donated, or simply spread the word.

The Shortest Day of the year is now well behind us, which as well as meaning that the days are getting longer, it also means that in less than six months “LDU21” will be happening once again to raise more money for CRUK.

The format seems to be working fine, so there won’t be any changes. In short, there is an entry fee of £300 each, which goes towards providing accommodation, food and on road support.

We will run from Lands End to John O’Groats on the 21st June.

The exact route will be published nearer the time. Last year’s participants did feedback that it was a toughie that they really enjoyed. The harder the better it seems! The ferry crossing in particular got a thumbs up.

Bike to cost £300ish (not including tyres, brakes or cost of MOT)

No MOT, no entry.

And that’s about it.

What a difference a day makes