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BLOCKHEAD is attending the Ragnar Relay – the 170-mile run.

September 23, 2017

The Ragnar Relay is the world’s largest series of overnight running relays, which take place in the most breath-taking places in the world. This weekend, the relay is coming to our doorstep in Southern England and competitors will be racing around the white cliffs of Dover.  RAGNAR from Ragnar on Vimeo. BLOCKHEAD will be there to support the teams of 8 who will be taking on the 170-mile run over the course of two days and one night. Competitors will run on all types of terrain from paved trails to hard shoulders and will be battling fatigue, sleep deprivation and...

Two people, the Atlantic Ocean and a rowing boat

August 09, 2017

Two people, the Atlantic Ocean and a rowing boat. In what has been deemed the “World’s toughest race”, this ordinary extraordinary duo take on the seas in a mentally and physically demanding leap into the unknown. They will row 3,000 nautical miles across the Atlantic from La Gomera to Antigua over 40-90 days nonstop. With nothing but their oars and their rations, this pair will endure extreme fatigue, up to 40ft ocean waves, salt sores and blisters. “More people have reached the summit of Mount Everest. More people have experienced the weightlessness of outer space. We are rowing unassisted across the Atlantic Ocean in the ‘World’s toughest...

British Student’s neglect the conventional in an epic cycle back from a Year-Abroad

August 09, 2017

700 miles, 5 days, 2 countries, 2 university students, 2 road bikes, a lot of wrong turns and a lot of memories created. There are many easy ways to get back from a year abroad and cycling doesn’t ever come under that list…until now. This summer two university students, who just finished their year abroad in France decided to cycle back from Bordeaux to London over a course of a week in an attempt to raise money for charity…with the initial target being £1 a mile for all 700 miles planned.  Josh Lowe and Dan Mccartney are the two students...