Friday, 22 June 2018

Women’s records to be broken in Cumbria

No it’s not me ๐Ÿ˜Š - although we are going for the record in writing lists and packing up our house at the moment...

We have had a call from a cycling buddy in Durham. Perhaps someone could help him?

This is what he says -

Jasmjm Muller is attempting to break the Lands end to John O'Groats womens road cycling record starting early in July.

In 1954, Eileen Sheridan set a new LEJOG record of 59 hours and 7 minutes.
Lynn Taylor then took the record to 53 hours 45 mins in 2002.

If all goes well the 24 Hour record should be broken by  Jasmijn early morning at the Golden fleece roundabout South of Carlisle.

Start date plus a live tracker link will be here:

Aidan Hedley, from Durham will be joining the support crew at Carlisle North A7/M6 on that same day.

If anyone living locally could offer him a bed for the night to ensure he is fully rested for his duties it would be very much appreciated.

You can contact Aidan at '' or call 07422572201.

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