LeJog – April’21 Challenge

Days: Arrived after 27 days
Distance: Completed 1744km (100%)

Help to save the forest

1 290€ raised of 1 500€ target (86%)
thanks to 16 supporters

Fundraising campaign is now over, thank you very much again to all supporters!

I am in contact with WWF on that matter to solve it ASAP, meanwhile you can provide your email below to be alerted once it’s back.

Random Meme

Courtesy of Jeff

LeJog Day#4

Before going to chase Easter eggs and filling my belly with chocolates, I did my daily ride today with a total of 144km. 105 of it was done joining a high pace group ride « SAS 200 » which enabled me to ride at an average speed of 44km/h thanks to the drafting effect, this was still demanding though 🥵

This morning’s group ride « SAS 200 »

I’ve completed a total of 433km since the beginning of the journey 4 days ago, this represent 24% of the whole journey!

All these kilometers enabled me to pass the 20% milestone of the challenge, meaning that a first tree will be planted by Eden Reforestation Projects, the partner chosen by The Conqueror Events (the platform I’m using to follow my progression on the virtual challenge).

Note that this is different from the fundraising for which I partnered with WWF to collect funds to help a Mexican forest, speaking of which, I would like to deeply thanks the first contributors for their support, we’ve already reached 39% of the 1500€ target, this is fantastic!

Back to my virtual journey, today I passed by Man O War Bay, here is a bit of history about it :

For fans of Jurassic coastlines, the open chalk coves of this part of Dorset are a draw for lovers of beautiful British beaches and amateur and professional geologists alike. Durdle Door itself even has some unlikely cousins; when the African and European tectonic plates collided some 25 million years ago, the same event created the Alps as well as this strange limestone structure.

Part of the Lulworth Estate, the arch itself is actually privately-owned, but the shingle beach is open to the public via a footpath over the hill from Lulworth Cove. The locals will also refer to the area as Man O War Bay, although you won’t find this on the Ordnance Survey Map – the official name is St. Oswald’s Bay – the area is particularly popular with snorkelers and swimmers.

And just below is the postcard I was able to send to you from there guys 😉

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