Tour diaries

LeisureCycling.co.uk
Are you planning to go touring this summer or autumn or maybe a dream cycling adventure in 2019? Would you like to write a daily or weekly blog to let our readers and fellow cyclists follow your exploits and experiences? If the answer is yes, please contact us and we will highlight your journey online, adding any pictures you’d like everyone to see (and maybe a few others you’re not so keen on sharing!). We would love to hear from you! Whether it’s a coast to coast journey, a cycling tour around the UK for charity, taking on John O’Groats to Lands End for the first time, starting an European adventure or travelling around the world, we would love to showcase your story. The floor is yours! Below you will find our top three most read tour diaries from the past couple of years. If you’d like to test out your blogging skills just contact us via our e-mail leisurecycling@outlook.com  or send a message via our Twitter or Facebook pages. We look forward to hearing from you!

Touring in 2019? We want to hear from you!

Down South

In July 2016, Dave Read took on an amazing charity challenge cycling around the south of England. Starting on the Kent coast, all along the south coast to Seaton, up to Weston-super-Mare, Gloucester, across to Northampton and then down through Hertfordshire to his final destination and beneficiaries of the ride, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals. A total of 734 miles over 10 and a half days and well worth a read! Just don’t mention hotel keys to him…!!!

11 v 11 Challenge

Following a friends traumatic experience of having a stillborn child (Isabelle), six cycling novices took on the daunting challenge of  Lands’ End to John O’Groats over ten days while trying to raise £10,000 for Sands  (who work with anyone affected by the death of a baby and promote research to reduce the loss of babies’ lives) and we followed them every step of the way thanks to daily updates Tom Canning.

Tell the world about your cycle touring experiences

In 2015 we followed a group of five intrepid firefighters from South Yorkshire as they took on the amazing challenge of cycling through 11 countries in 11 days. They covered over 1,200 miles, starting in Budapest riding through Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Austria (where they took on the highest alpine pass, Grossglockner), Germany, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Holland before heading back to the UK, ultimately finishing in Barnsley, Yorkshire.

A Ride for Isabelle

Tour diaries

LeisureCycling.co.uk

Touring in 2019? We want to hear from you!

Tell the world about your cycle touring experiences

Are you planning to go touring this summer or autumn or maybe a dream cycling adventure in 2019? Would you like to write a daily or weekly blog to let our readers and fellow cyclists follow your exploits and experiences? If the answer is yes, please contact us and we will highlight your journey online, adding any pictures you’d like everyone to see (and maybe a few others you’re not so keen on sharing!). We would love to hear from you! Whether it’s a coast to coast journey, a cycling tour around the UK for charity, taking on John O’Groats to Lands End for the first time, starting an European adventure or travelling around the world, we would love to showcase your story. The floor is yours! Below you will find our top three most read tour diaries from the past couple of years. If you’d like to test out your blogging skills just contact us via our e-mail leisurecycling@outlook.com  or send a message via our Twitter or Facebook pages. We look forward to hearing from you!

Down South

In July 2016, Dave Read took on an amazing charity challenge cycling around the south of England. Starting on the Kent coast, continuing along the south coast to Seaton, north towards Weston-super-Mare, Gloucester, across to Northampton and then through Hertfordshire to his final destination and beneficiaries of the ride, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals.

11 v 11 Challenge

Following a friends traumatic experience of having a stillborn child (Isabelle), six cycling novices took on the daunting challenge of  Lands’ End to John O’Groats over ten days while trying to raise £10,000 for Sands.   
In 2015 we followed a group of five firefighters from South Yorkshire as they took on the amazing challenge of cycling through 11 countries in 11 days to fundraise for three local charities.

A Ride for Isabelle