Jenny Graham / nearly cracked 4000 miles on her Round the World unsupported cycle !

From the Adventure Syndicate Current location: Shushkovo, Russia

All the effort in Jenny’ face !

Miles covered so far: 3,954

Estimated miles to go: 15,046

5 times zones down and Jenny Graham is powering across Russia. But it’s not all been plain sailing this week… with 8 PUNCTURES!! and a fierce headwind taking there toll Jens slipped behind schedule but if you think that’s going to stop her, then you really don’t know our Jen!

After a good kip in an empty drainage pipe she’s back on the power and chasing down those miles, little by little clawing back the time. Her new grasp on the Russian language (the ability to spot a Beetroot and Rice Salad on a menu…) is keeping her fuelled up, but it’s going to be tight to make the first flight on schedule in Beijing. So keep your fingers crossed and your support coming in as Jen cross the 4,000-mile barrier!

A big thank you to sponsors Leigh Day Cycling

Unitas Global APIDURA Shand Cycles Endura komoot

Hunt Bike Wheels RitcheyLogic and John Hampshire Coaching.

You can follow Jen’s adventure http://theadventuresyndicate.com/round-the-world/ and using the hashtag #eastboundRTW

from the Adventure Syndicate – travel fast travel safe Jenny.

About heavywhalley.MBE

After dinner speaker Lecturer and Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 36 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 4 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer and loves the wild places.
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