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THE ROUTE

From the GBDIVIDE website "The GB Divide is a ~2,000km self-supported gravel bikepacking Individual Time Trail (ITT) route from Land's End to John O'Groats taking in some of the best riding and scenery the UK has to offer. It was made by The Racing Collective and is the route used for GBDURO.

With just over 27,000m of climbing packed into the 2,000km route passing though 6 National Parks this is for those that love mountains and wild spaces."

Follow the progress LIVE from 21st July.

CHECK OUT LACHLAN BELOW COMPLETING THE ROUTE IN 2019!!

THE NUMBERS

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TOTAL ASCENT

88,844 Ft

(27,080 M)

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START AT

LANDS END

FINISH AT

JOHN O'GROATS

1960KM

Stretching the length of Great Britain, weaving between roads, tracks and sometimes rivers the route isn't the easiest but by far has the best views. Fingers crossed for a few great coffee stops too.

UNSUPPORTED

The GB Divide route, completed by very few people, requires riders to be unsupported through the entire challenge. Rest stops can't be pre booked but additional donuts will can purchased en route.

50% OFF-ROAD

The route isn't all on road oh no no, this near 2000km route brings up a few surprises along the way passing through National Parks and areas of Outstanding National Beauty, the camera is packed.

27,000m OF ASCENT 

Along the route there will be a few climbs to say the least, passing through Mendip hills, the amazing Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia, Yorkshire Dales and the Scottish Highlands. Gulp!

THE STASH