Manchester to London

  1. A Different Way Of Riding

    Words: Tom Pilcher | Photography: Jessie Wild | Date:

    Two decades after Jonathan Edwards set his triple jump world record, the Englishman sat apprehensively on a bike awaiting the 220-mile slog to London from Manchester. Surely, for a former professional athlete in possession of one of the longest-standing world records, his mentality would be enough to see him through?

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  2. From Manchester to London

    Words: | Photography: Wig Worland | Date:

    Rapha hosted the inaugural Manchester to London Challenge, an event that saw 136 riders complete a 220-mile trip over the Peaks, through the Midlands and into London in just one day, raising funds for Ambitious about Autism. Here Emma Osenton, the route’s designer, and Simon Mottram, Rapha CEO, share their thoughts on completing the ride, followed by a video of the day’s action.

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  3. Manchester to London Results 2014

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    The results are in after Sunday’s Manchester To London ride, and it appears that the North are, on average, three minutes slower than their friends from the South. A more in-depth round-up of the day will follow shortly, but until then here are the day’s results. As always, we’d like to thank the marshals, mechanics and medics who did so much to make the day run so smoothly, and the riders who raised money for Ambitious About Autism.

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