Richard Thoday, Penny EndtoEnd, is on his way to break an 1886 record for Land’s End to John o’Groats on a penny farthing!
Meeting up with Richard Thoday @PEndtoend in Cheshire – #LEJOG in 5 days on a penny farthing 😲. Follow that man! And support if you can @ChiIdreninNeed https://t.co/eff2PQAmNd pic.twitter.com/gSTmSc1QT3
— Mark Beaumont (@MrMarkBeaumont) July 22, 2019
When this first came to my attention, courtesy of Mark Beaumont, holder of the world record for cycling around the world in 78 days, and the one-hour British penny farthing record, Thoday was approaching Kendal. In the time it took me to decide to blog about his ride, Thoday had passed Kendal and surmounted the following climb, my nemesis on my recent Lejog attempt with Joe Lejog (aka Fearless Leader Joe).
— Penny EndtoEnd (@PEndtoend) July 22, 2019