England to India – the products in their element!


On June 16th Jude Kriwald set off on a 6000+ mile journey from Yeovil to India.

His aim is to raise £25,000 for St. Margaret’s Hospice and undertake the journey of a lifetime.

About to cross into Iran, Jude has already covered a phenomenal distance on two wheels and has probably cycled more than most of us would ever dream of. Keep up the good work Jude!

Back in June, inspired by Jude’s trip, we were able to donate some kit to his cause and help him along on his adventure. Did it do the job?

Two items specifically have played a key part in the trip so far.

Garmin GPSMAP 62s                      Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit

These two items have proven to play an essential part in Jude’s daily routine. Allowing him to power everything he needs for his trip by using energy from the sun’s rays, and making sure he can track and plan his every move to ensure he reaches his destination successfully.

Did the kit stand up to the test? Jude reports back to us from Turkey on the Garmin GPSMAP 62s and Goal Zero Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit.

Follow Jude’s progress along his epic adventure at www.englandtoindia.com.

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2 Responses to England to India – the products in their element!

  1. Michael Griffiths says:

    Sounds great, and I’d normally make a donation to such a good cause (our local hospice is my charity of choice). But I’m afraid the typically anglo-centric “engerland to India” has put me off, so won’t be contributing. Ingerlish passport? Ingerlish taxes? Try “Britain” or “British”, otherwise you can count me out. Have you ever thought why we (ie the rest of Britain) truly despise the ingerlish so much?

    • Keith says:

      I do wonder if you would have got so stressed about ‘Scotland to India’, ‘Wales to India’ or ‘Northern Ireland to India’ and why you felt it was so important that you would post about it on a Blog page of a shop that is highlighting a charity bike ride. Good luck to Jude, well done for giving up the time and I hope he enjoys the experience and the charity receive a new money stream.

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