Mud, Sweat and Gears: Cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats (Via the Pub) Paperback – 5 Mar 2012
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'great fun and surprisingly informative.'(Mark Beaumont, author of The Man Who Cycled the World)
'Ellie Bennett takes on the End-to-End with plentiful supplies of humour and beer.'(Josie Dew)
'Ellie Bennett is funny, she can talk the rear wheel off a Dawes three-speed and she loves a decent pint. I'd tag along with her any day'(Oz Clarke)
'Likeable account of a journey by bike from Land's End to John-o'-Groat's via plenty of pubs.'(The Bookseller)
'What a great laugh out loud read this book is!! It will cheer up even the dullest of days… A terrific read for any cycle fan!!'(Julie Knowles Waterstones' Bookseller)
'Well worth a read for travel and bike enthusiasts'(Scotcampus)
'This enjoyable account of their End-to-End route, split by days, and a 'stats' list stating miles cycled and pints of beer consumed - one wonders how they'll make it to their destination at all. Definitely a fun read for anyone who believes cycling is a very nice way to complete a sightseeing (and eating) adventure rather than a race against the clock'(London Cyclist Magazine)
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Ellie Bennett is a writer and a cyclist.
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Recommended to anyone who enjoys a light hearted travel read.
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I also thoroughly enjoyed the mix of cycling & beer.
Although still not convinced I could cycle end to end.
An easy and very enjoyable read.
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