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The 2012 WRT grid references left the building yesterday. If you’ve entered but haven’t received an email with the grid references … check your spam folder. If it’s not there then email me – stuart@bearbonesbikepacking.co.uk and I’ll get you sorted out.


Obviously there’s always a few people ready to rise to a challenge no matter what it is … so it shouldn’t really be a surprise that some riders are talking about attempting all the grid references.  It would result in a route of at least 190 miles with some very serious climbing. For others route choice seems to depend more on the locality of pubs and cafes ;o)

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