It was a good 40 hours between Lachlan finishing his GBDURO race and the next person coming in. Despite requiring a new fork and slipping down the ranks of the race, Angus Young quickly made up for lost time to come in second in 150H 24M.
After a further 8 hours of riders gritting their teeth on the final stretches of the route, they began to roll in just in the nick of time for the finishing party.
Philippa tackled Great Dun Fell at night 😱
The weather returned to what we now consider 'normal' and it was a case of donning the ol' rain jacket again but with views like this, it's hard to be disappointed.
Photo: Philippa Battye
It all got a bit much for Ren who scratched due to exhaustion, though she continued to chime in with encouraging words for those still out on the course. In a similar vain, Lachlan Morton was cheering for his fellow riders as they finished.
Photo: Pete Crawforth at the all-important finish line
In the end, there were ten finishers all with absolutely incredible stories to share from their time on the trail. Miles Resso is just a few kilometres from the finish where he'll be greeted by his fellow riders.
If you're interested in taking part in next year's edition of GBDURO, keep your eyes peeled on The Racing Collective's website.