1 Nov, 13 | by BMJ Group
Why would one ever consider cycling from Glasgow to London when there is a perfectly good train? Particularly if you choose a really hilly route, with 20 percent climbs through the Lake District and twice over the Pennines.
This question was on our minds as we got colder and wetter and our legs struggled up the hills, and the answer had to be that there was probably a very good reason.
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