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Plan B: Act 3 - Bike Week 2020 Virtual LEJOG - TEAM

Virtual Event

United Kingdom

Tue 30th June 2020

Organiser's Description

For Bike Week 2020 (6th-14th June 2020) there is a brand charity new virtual challenge for teams - The Social Distance.

So get your cycling mates together and between you ride the equivalent of Land's End to John O'Groats (LEJOG) - 1000 miles.

You can have as many people in your team as you like, and £2.50 from every entry goes to the Alzheimer's Society :-)

Teams have 30 days to complete the challenge, but any Teams who complete the challenge and submit their evidence before the end of Bike Week (midnight on June 14th) will get free Limited Edition T-shirts to go with their Social Distance medal.

So message your cycling mates >> enter the Bike Week 2020 Virtual LEJOG >> clock up those miles!

There's also a cheeky solo option: The Bike Week 2020 Virtual Tour de Dom. A 610 mile virtual challenge equivalent to London - Durham - Barnard Castle - Durham - London. See below for more details.

About the Virtual Challenges: Since COVID-19 reached Europe more than 5,000 people have taken part in's Virtual Challenges, covering more than 40,00km (> the distance around the equator) and raising more than £25k for Charity.

Exercise Responsibly >> Stick to local Guidance >> Look after yourself and Others


  • Plan B: Act 3 - LEJOG Cycle


    1000 Mile TEAM TOTAL



  • Plan B: Act 3 - LEJOG Cycle


    1000 Mile TEAM TOTAL

How It Works

- Sign up to a challenge.
- Choose a team name.
- Fill in the email address of one or more people who you would like to join you in this challenge.
- Each person will get an email with details on how to sign up and join your team.

Complete the challenge within 30 days and submit the evidence to us using the link that will be provided.

Entry is per person. Everyone who signs up and pays the entry fee will get an exclusive Plan B:Act 3 medal.

Totals are a cumulative total for the team.

This challenge can be for as many people as you like, minimum of 2 people.

NOTE - Complete the challenge and submit your evidence before 14th June and we will send you a free Limited Edition Plan B: Act 3 T-shirts

T shirts

Black, soft cotton T's, screen-printed with the exclusive Plan B: Act 3 logo on the back and the logo on the front.

Race Evidence

To get the most out of the Plan B (Act 3) Virtual Challenge we suggest you upload your evidence as you go, ideally after every activity. That way you can chart your progress through the challenge, from the first step to the finish line.

Upload your Evidence >> Chart your Progress >> Stay Motivated

We will accept any kind of evidence - running app screen shot, photos of your watch, a well kept spreadsheet.

Each person in the team must complete the evidence upload form so they can receive their medals.


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