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The END2END rides

There are three End2End rides which can be completed in the UK. All involve riding between Land's End in Cornwall and John O' Groats in North-East Scotland, or vice versa. The full rules and rider guidance documents are here.

UK End2End RIDE

Land's End to John O'Groats in 24 hours.

A basic End2End ride is achieved by riding from one end point directly to the other - the shortest distance is around 850 miles.

The documentation required for certification is the same as that for any SS1000 ride: photo including live odo of start and finish computerised receipts, fuel log, other fuel/meal receipts, a map showing your route.

UK End2End Daylight RIDE

Land's End to John O'Groats between Sunrise & Sunset

A daylight End2End ride is achieved by riding from one end point directly to the other - the shortest distance is around 850 miles - during the hours of daylight between sunrise and sunset.

The documentation required for certification is the same as that for any SS1000 ride: photo including live odo of start and finish computerised receipts, fuel log, other fuel/meal receipts, a map showing your route.

UK End2End Gold RIDE

At least 1,000 miles between Land's End & John O'Groats in 24 hours

For those wishing for a longer ride, the E2E Gold ride involves travelling between the two end points via other points such as Gordano services on the M5 & Clacket Lane services on the M25, making the total ride distance at least 1,000 miles.

This is classed as an EXTREME ride so only those who've already completed a SaddleSore 1000 or equivalent should attempt it.

The documentation required for certification is the same as that for any EXTREME ride: photo including live odo of start and finish computerised receipts, fuel log, other fuel/meal receipts, a map showing your route.