Having a bit part of the story I was intrigued to read where I featured… actually I ended up being riveted and reading the whole thing in one sitting! It is a wonderfully inspirational story of how to change a dream into reality and all that that entails. The story is a lot more than just a tale of a ride from Lands End to John O’Groats it is the story of a journey.

I would recommend the book to anyone who feels the desire to do something in their life that is a challenge. Not just get on a unicycle and ride from the bottom to the top of Britain.

by Roger at



Peter’s understated prose belies the tremendous accomplishment of cycling from Lands End to John o’Groats, whether on one wheel or three. But this book is about more than a cycling trip – it’s a story of overcoming huge challenges both on and off the cycles, and how this touched the lives of the riders, their support, and those around them. Highly recommended.

by Kris Holm



3 generations on different numbers of wheels set out to complete lejog. It doesn’t turn out as planned and the result is thought provoking.

by Margaret Sherborne



What a journey! I have pedalled through your book from the relative comfort of a beach hut in Southwold. An incredible story – brought a tear to my eye!
It is inspiring to join a narrative that so naturally intertwines your faith with your family, friends and your paediatrics. Has made me reflect on my own journey…

…has also made me decide never to contemplate such a bike ride!!!

by Colin Dunkley



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