After a slightly delayed start, Alastair left his cycle pedals at home and had to buy some more, we left Land's End at 1030hrs. With the wind behind us and the sun breaking from behind the clouds, there was an air of excitement and trepidation about what lay ahead. We stopped off at RNAS Culdruse and had the world's largest breakfast baps which were quickly demolished, before heading down to Lizard Point (Britain's most Southerly point) The weather continued to improve throughout the day, with the Sun beating down on us most of the time, making the Cornish scenery all the more beautiful. The people of Cornwall were also very generous, donating a total of £82.50 towards our charities after enquiring why 5 blokes were dressed as fairies. The cycling itself was a mixed bag. Riaz had a dramatic blowout so needed to change his inner tube, and Ben lost a bolt from his shoes, but fortunately they were the only equipment failures of the day. The road was undulating the whole way, with lots of hills and not enough flat areas. This slowed the pace and sapped morale slightly, but we were all in good spirits and pleased when we finally finished he day in one piece. The evening meal in the local pub was very welcomed, which was washed down with a pint of Cornish ale. Quote of the Day: unfortunately we cannot share today's quote of the day as Riaz found it too offensive!