The Land’s End to John O’Groats bike ride covers roughly 1,000 miles through some of the most stunning and remote countryside in the British Isles. Cycling the route is the furthest possible distance in the British Isles. It starts at Land’s End on the south-westerly tip of England, we pedal our way through Cornwall, over Dartmoor and north along the Welsh border, skirting the Lake District into Scotland, via lochs and the Highlands to the north coast and John O’Groats.
Why cycle for Unicef?
Your fundraising through the Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge can make a huge difference for children. With your support, Unicef can protect millions of vulnerable children around the world. Did you know that £500 in sponsorship could provide a month’s supply of life-saving peanut paste to bring 20 malnourished children back to health?
Got your own place?
If you’ve already got your own place in the Land’s End to John O’Groats cycle, we’d love for you to fundraise for us. There is no minimum fundraising commitment; we would only ask you to raise what you can.
- Tue, 9 June 2020
- Land's End to John O'Groats
- Event type: Cycle
- Fundraising target: Raise what you can
Still looking for a place?
If you have not yet secured your place on the Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge, you can sign up with the event organiser. Don’t forget to complete our form to let us know you’re fundraising for Unicef UK.