Dels Longish day Round formerly the Summer Solstice Longest Day Ooop Ride 2020

Longest Day Up 2020
3 Feb 2020 - 3 Feb 2021

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Dels Longish day Round formerly the Summer Solstice Longest Day Ooop Ride 2020

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Derrick Baker

Total raised


+ £191.25 Gift Aid

91 Complete
91% of £900.00 target

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This was a motorbike challenge to travel from Lands End to John O'Groats on the longest day of the year between sunrise and sunset. Bikes must cost no more than £300. Now a 900 mile lap of the UK.

In memory of

Uncle Mike Hatton

This would have been a motorcycle challenge that takes places on the longest day of the year, 20 June 2020. Bikers leave Lands End at sunrise and aim to reach John O'Groats by sunset following a designated route. Motorcycles must cost no more than £300 (not including the cost of insurance, MOT, tyres or brakes) and must have valid MOT certificate. Accommodation and on the road support will be provided. Places are limited.

Due to the Covid situation this years event has been postponed. We are now undertaking 900 miles in a day on August 1st. From a base in the town of Grantham we will be completing 3 loops, 1st to Scarborough, 2nd around Birmingham and a 3rd to Lowestoft. Same rules apply with regards to the motorbike.

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Denise Durkan



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Well done Del - great achievement xxx


Ruth Aris




Johnny Everitt



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Good luck mate, don’t f*** it up! 👍


Lyndsay Gosden



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Lara Wain



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Go go Del!!


Rita Rees



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Such a good charity to be supporting.

Total raised£825.00



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