On the 30th July 2017 I set out to ride the Great Dun Fell Sportive – Ride to the Radar, run by Sport in Action.
The main feature of the event is the final climb of Great Dun Fell. At 848m above sea level Great Dunn Fell is the second highest summit in the Pennines and, more importantly, the summit is the highest point you can cycle to on a paved road in Britain.
This seemed like a good summer challenge which led to me picking up my friend at 6am for the journey to Appleby-in-Westmorland. Continue reading “Cycling up Great Dunn Fell – Britain’s Highest Road*”