Jasmijn Muller to attempt to break LEJOG and 1000 mile records

Muller will set off on September 5 and aims to arrive in John o'Groats in under 52 and 45 minutes later

Credit: Le Col

Doing the Land's End to John o'Groats (LEJOG) ride is no easy feat but to do it with an aim at breaking a 15 year old record is something else entirely. That's exactly what Jasmijn Muller is hoping to do.

A management consultant by day, the 38-year-old is aiming to ride the 841 mile trip (1353km) in under 52 hours and 45 minutes which you'll be able to follow here. That time was set by Lynne Biddulph (nee Taylor) back in 2002 with an average speed just under 15.94mph.

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