WHEELIE BIG RIDE
Some may think they’re crazy, some may think they’re fitness fanatics – who are we to judge?
Some of the DDK team are about to embark on a challenge not for the faint hearted!
Across 10 epic days, Kevin, Stuart and Kenny will be covering 980 miles of the most beautiful and scenic landscapes accessible on two wheels. There is no better way to travel from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
Oh and we can’t forget our valued team member Dave who will be supporting our bike enthusiasts and driving four wheels!
Oooft! This will be 980 miles the team will never forget.
There is no better way to experience the breathtaking scenery, iconic landmarks and historic sites of Britain than by bike or at least that’s what the team thought before embarking on this epic journey!
Land’s End to Carlisle
9th – 13th June 2023
- Land’s End, Okehampton, Bath, Ludlow, Manchester, Carlisle
- Ride through Cheddar Gorge
- Brief visit to Wales
- Climbing Shap Fell
Carlisle to John O’Groats
14th – 18th June 2023
- Carlisle, Edinburgh, Braemar, Inverness, Bettyhill, John O’Groats
- Crossing the Forth Road Bridge
- Climbing Glenshee & the Lecht
- Riding along the NC500
The Countdown Begins!
Why we’re doing this
Some people may think the trio are bonkers…cycling 980 miles but the guys aren’t just doing it to keep super fit, there are a number of charities that have inspired them over the years and they are looking to support them whilst pedalling like they’ve never pedalled before!
A special thanks must also go to our amazing partners for their support: Iridium, Oceaneering and Topcon Positioning Systems.
Our chosen charities and sponsors
MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION
Every day, around 750 seriously ill children and young people are seen at Great Ormond Street Hospital from all over the UK. meet. This extraordinary hospital has always depended on charitable support, and we’re delighted to help.
MY NAME'5 DODDIE FOUNDATION
The Foundation is committed to helping improve the lives of those affected by Motor Neuron Disease. They help to fund grants, along with giving considerable sums to MND Association and MND Scotland for individuals and families living with MND.