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This is somewhat opposed to the US model where the club owners decide where the team will play and the team will often be moved to other parts of the States.

This move to Milton Keynes was in reality akin to a town or place buying its place in the league without passing through the league pyramid on the way.

Ironically the old Wimbledon was reformed as AFC Wimbledon and has worked its way through the League pyramid and has this season gained promotion again to the football league.

Stadium MK is a grey and uninspiring stadium although to be fair that may have been a reflection of the day rather than the stadium.

I then had to cover the 35 or so miles from there to Stevenage Borough who are also a very recent addition to the League havin gained promotion to spend last season as their first in the Football League.

Wednesday, 3 August At least it wasn't hard to choose today's photograph. We knew at the start of today that it was going to be a day high on mileage but low on club visits.

Indeed it is the only day where we have a singleton club visit. That honour goes to Northampton Town but more of that later.

When you are doing the miles and not many clubs you do begin to scratch your head and think what to include in the blog.

However if you let the day unfold potential points of interest come to you or you stumble across things to talk about. Like hamstrings and backs.

Despite my low mileage day yesterday when I woke this morning my left hamstring was so tight you could have played a violin concerto on it and my back had more knots in it that the boy scouts hand book.

A very gentle start was called for. Like Roman Roads. Today we crossed two Roman Roads The Fosse Way and Watling Street Now what I remember from second year junior school that is Year 4 in new money is that the romans built roads that were straight and flat not only because that was the quickest way to travel but it stopped the Celts hiding round the corners.

Sadly we only crossed said roads as the ones I was on were neither straight nor were they flat. Like the naughty drivers class.

As we arrived at Northampton Town's ground the class for motorists caught speeding was just coming to an end and they all had to file past us as though doing the walk of shame.

You expect to see a lot of boy and girl racers but actually there would seem to be more middle aged and elderley racers particularly in Northampton.

Like gender reassignment. We took a break for a sandwich and a drink at the Royal Oak in Blisworth.

This is very close to the canals and there are many boat people in and around the area for the canal festival this weekend.

We were engaged in a conversation with two very pleasant people one of whom clearly had or was undergoing gender reassignment.

It was clear that she had become a she but unfortunately the voice was very deep and a bit of a giveaway. The children asked us some very interesting questions over lunch like which toilet would be used and it is fair to say that their experience of life was broadened during the day.

Tuesday, 2 August Almost a day off. By comparison to other days the workload for today was much reduced.

It started with a quick trip to the Hawthorns and the home of West Bromwich Albion. West Brom have played here since and the ground is the highest of all 92 clubs in the Football League.

All downhill from here! The last time I was here Ray Graydon was playing right wing for the Villa. Of all the clubs that we are visting Aston Villa hold the record for being in the top flight of English football having spent seasons of its history in the top division.

Monday, 1 August A tangle of metal - and not just the stadia. Before anyone gets worried everyone is safe and sound but the day has been eventful - more of that later.

We had a short ride to our first stop of the day which was Burton Albion and the Pirelli Stadium. As with many of the smaller clubs they were really welcoming and getting pitch side was no problem.

The players were in for training and were a little bemused by four people wandering around in bright yellow T Shirts.

The exit from Burton takes you past the Marstons Brewery and whilst 'Pedigree' is one of the finest drinks ever created the smell of mashed hops wafting across the road at The Burton to Walsall stretch was The A38 was dull but the surface was good and I was able to eat up the miles very quickly.

Once off the A38 I came across a place called Walton-under-Trent. Now for all you geographers out there you will know that the Trent is a river.

So how do all those people live under the river? The Banks Stadium or the Bescot Stadium whichever you choose is tucked away on a retail park as many of the more modern stadia are.

It was no problem getting pitch side for photos. It coincided with the groundsman going past us marking the white lines. As I looked out of my bedroom window this morning the signpost pointing right said 'Doncaster Royal Infirmary' and the other said 'HM Prison Doncaster '.

Given various aches and pains the former had its attractions and a spell in the latter would give me a day off. My direction was however straight ahead towards Sheffield.

Not only that, she was to be playing at one of our destinations later in the day Chesterfield at their Open Day tomorrow.

In Yorkshire the brass band is never too far away. The first part of the journey seemed endlessly uphill and you were left to wonder when the uphill leg was to end.

Known as the Rome of the UK as like the capital of Italy the city is built on six hills. We did at least four of the six!

Sheffield Wednesday were at home to Stoke City so we were not able to get pitch side and Sheffield United apart from the shop was simply closed notwithstanding their open day due for tomorrow.

They have clearly taken their relegation at the end of last season very badly. Eventually we found our way out of the city via Woodseats which is so high the atmosphere begins to thin and less oxygen is available for lung use.

The downhill was worth waiting for and the speed sign thanked me for only doing 29 mph - good law abiding citizen We arrived in Chesterfield at 2.

The only way we were going to get pitchside was to buy a ticket and watch the game which is what we did. We joined approximately 2, Spireites and despite us being honorary Spireites for the day we could not help the home team as they were well beaten by the away team.

That did mean no riding between 2. I still had 16 miles to ride to the hotel and then decided that the literary juices were non exitent without food.

Those of you who may have speculated on other reasons I am sorry to disappoint. I am still feeling good albeit a little leggy. My daughter Rebecca will rejoin us tomorrow at the home of the twice European Champions Nottingham Forest.

The necessities of the journey mean we have to visit Pride Park. The team that play there shall remain nameless.

Today's shift was My choice of photograph today is to warn you all of what happens to you if you do mad things.

When I get back you may not recognise me! Friday, 29 July Moved aside for Westlife! We woke up for the first time on the ride to dull dank and overcast conditions.

Ideal for swing bowling. I am pleased to say that I appear to have dealt with the conditions a little better than the England top order at Trent Bridge.

Still those Notts boys are setting about showing the batters how to play - c'mon Swanny and Broady! Leeds United was undergoing a face lift and was fairly uninspiring.

No wonder Cloughie surrendered after 44 days. The trip to Barnsley from Leeds did not offer the same delights as crossing the Pennines the day before but it did offer less hills which was much appreciated.

Despite not having been in contact with Barnsley FC before the trip they could not have been more welcoming and gladly issued us with pitch side passes so we could get a photo inside the stadium.

We entered via Gate 1 to see the groundsman supervising the water sprinkler and cursing the fact that in a short space of time 22 players would ruin a whole summers work!

The Dearne Valley Parkway seems to a cyclist like the Santa Pod Raceway and the lorries are perilously close to you as you progress.

Avoiding them and the pot holes at the same time is often a task too many and the survival instinct kicks in at the expense of a bone shuddering visit to the bottom of the pothole!

Eventually the heaviest trsffic disappears on to the A1M and you can then comfort yourself with dealing with the local traffic on the run down to The Keepmoat Stadium and Doncaster Rovers FC.

The stadium is in the middle of an industrial estate but is quite impressive. We tried to blag it inside the ground for a look but were thwarted on grounds of elf'n safety.

Our way in was barred by the fact that they were constructing the set and stage for the Westlife concert taking place in the stadium tomorrow evening.

They did say no very nicely though. So we are now ensconced in our sixth Premier Inn - still no sign of Lenny Henry.

We could offer ourselves to the Whitbread Group as top class mystery shoppers on the venues that we have visited. The complicated lives that we lead even impacts on these two weeks and my Dad has just picked up Rebecca to take her to an important rehearsal in Chertsey tomorrow ahead of a concert she will be involved in at Wembley Arena early in She will be delivered back to us on Sunday at the home of the twice European Champions at the City Ground.

Mum - if you are reading this and if you are not I cannot see that you have any reasonable excuse- I hope you are having a great time visting our Canadian family and you really enjoy the wedding.

Please give my best wishes to all of them. Today was, in comparative terms, a short one in the saddle being a total of The legs could definitely have gone further but I wish someone would remove the porcupine that seems to be able to occupy the saddle before me.

This is making my journey a little uncomfortable at the moment. Tomorrow has a trip down memory lane as we visit Sheffield where I lived for three years whilst studying and met the future Mrs Hallam.

Where have those thirty or so years gone. Fade out with violins playing Today's photograph is for my Barnsley supporting mate at work. For anyone interested if you visit the virginmoneygiving site the photos of the trip so far are available as a slide show.

Tune in again tomorrow. Thursday, 28 July Day 4 - Truly an uphill battle. Although we were only half a mile from our first stop of the day it was a small example of what was to come for the rest of the day.

Hills hills and more hills. Stephanie chatted up the car park attendant to get us in to the stadium for a photo to record our visit and we set off to cross the Pennines into Yorkshire.

Crossing over the Pennines over the Moors on a beautiful sunny day was a quite breathtaking experience. As much of the hills were hurting the pain was reduced by the spectacular views over the countryside.

At one stage I had visions of Kate Bush leaping out from behind the wall in a shimmering white robe with a haunting rendition of Wuthering Heights- maybe I was hallucinating.

The lady on reception at the Galpharm was not able to leave her post to take us pitch side and suggested that we ask someone in the shop to do it.

The shop manager steadfastly refused suggesting that I ask the lady on reception. Now I am not saying that yorkies are awkward Anyhow I was able to resolve matters by speaking to a contractor working on the ground and having agreed that I had neither seen or spoken to him and he had neither seen or spoken to me I was able to get into the ground to do the photographs.

We were soon on our way to Bradford passing through the great town of Brighouse. Those of you who are a certain age will remember the Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band.

Well as we passed through not a tuba or trombone could be heard. There could have been a horn playing the last post for me as we scaled the never ending incline to Bradford City and the former Valley Parade now the Coral Stadium.

Stephanie chatted up the Facilities Manager this time who was very helpful and took us pitch side to record our visit. On our way back around the ground we happened upon the the memorial for those that died in the Bradford City fire on 11th May The tragedy took over 50 lives with some very poignant entries in the memorial.

The oldest fan to lose his life was 86 years of age and three young boys of 11 perished. As a family man the one that tugged at the heartstrings was 12 year old twins and their father who went to the game and never came home.

Little moments like that remind us to appreciate what we have. And so we hit the road again or should I say the road hit us. The clue was in the word Valley for Valley Parade and we were soon again on yes you've guessed another long,long,long,long uphill leg.

The trip was uneventful other than I found out a different version of the highway code in Bradford. Apparently women pushing children in buggies have right of way to cross in front of cyclists especially in the cycle lane!

So having stretched out and cleaned up I have been able. Wednesday, 27 July Sergio Aguero - where are you?

Day 3 began with a short jaunt to the Peoples Republic of Wigan which was a good warm up for the rigours of the day. Saw absolutely no-one fishing off the end of Wigan Pier.

Come to think of it never saw a pier! As we arrived at the DW Stadium there was a huge crowd of people to greet us? Alas no merely queueing for some season ticket deal or other.

And on to the Theatre of Dreams aka Old Trafford. Rather disappointingly the area in front of the main entrance was being repaved and it was not possible to get close enough for a photo in front of the statue of the United Trinity Best, Law, Charlton or the one of Sir Matt.

Still had a good look around the main car park. And then on to 'the only club in Manchester'. Tuesday, 26 July From Blackburn to Bolton in 62 miles.

As I waved a cheery goodbye to Premier Inn Preston Central the prospect of a long day two loomed large. The journey to Blackburn was uneventful.

Blackburn were one of the clubs who failed miserably to respond to my request for a pitchside photograph so we had to make do with a photo of the statue of Sir Jack Walker the first man to buy the Premier League title From the heights of the Premier League we arrived at Accr.

Monday, 25 July And we are underway! So after a weekend in Birmingham watching some spectacular trampolining and tumbling at the British Gymnastics Championships we made our way up to the tourist Mecca that is Morecambe.

Like a condemned man I opted for a tradtitional fish and chip supper as I cast my mind forward to the rigours of Monday. On this occasion the human triumphed over technology and our first destination was reached.

The journey from there to Blackpool was a test for the support vehicle and its ability to communicate with the riders. After a shaky start things improved rapidly once we decided we were both going a different way to Blackpool!

In order to locate our position Josh asked a lady doing her garden for the name of the road or the postcode only to be told she spoke no english.

Once we were back in touch we were able to get to Blackpool with no further incident. We quickly knocked off the 19 miles to get there.

It was slightly disconcerting to arrive before the support vehicle as I know by that late in the day I was not travelling that fast.

Tuesday, 19 July The Final Countdown. Firstly thank you all for your good wishes and messages of support. The bike is in the bike shop for a service and some go faster tyres and I am resting up for the next week's efforts.

Thank you to those who have sponsored me so far and those who have promised that they will but have not yet got round to it. We are half way to our target and hope to build from there.

To help as many people as possible to follow the progress the blog is now linked to my facebook page and to my twitter page hallams5. Monday, 13 June The Countdown Begins.

Remarkably in six weeks time I will be underway with the ride. I am taking the maxim 'fail to prepare, prepare to fail' very seriously and I am in the middle of an extended run of consecutive days rides of over 30 miles per day.

This began on Friday and by Wednesday I will have had six consecutive days in the saddle. After four days things are holding up reasonably well apart from a bit of back ache.

I am already a quarter of the way to my fund raising target but there is much still to be done. I have written to each and every football club that I am visiting and the responses are beginning to come in.

I will blog separately on the responses from football clubs as needless to say the response has been mixed. If anyone out there would like to sponsor t-shirts for the ride please get in touch.

I will sign off now and rest heavy legs until this evenings ride. Tuesday, 24 May My Challenge. In May of this year I reached the milestone of my 50 th birthday.

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They were preparing for a Ghanain festival and a visit from the Ghana national team at which some 3, people would attend.

The Barnet commercial manager was hoping to sell them all a season ticket I think even the national team members. From the team that almost lost their league status we moved on to the team that nearly made it into The Champions League places Tottenham Hotspur.

No such warm welcome there. The Security had obviously taken a wrong turning out of bed this morning and issued a stern 'Thou shalt not pass'as we tried to breach the perimeter fence.

Had we known that we would be met with such resistance we could have tried some diversion tactics which would have allowed us to use stealth to get within reach of the stadium.

We had to settle for a photograph which certainly wins the prize for the furthest away from the stadium category. Arsenal, the biggest nearly club in the world, must have been very busy contemplating what it might nearly win this forthcoming season to extend any sort of invitation to us other than the use of the toilet facilities, this after the manageress at the Fitness First located at the old Arsenal Stadium at Highbury had refused to allow toilet use without showing a membership card for Fitness First.

We ticked the Arsenal box and moved on. Leyton Orient, the club chaired by snooker and darts promoter Barry Hearn, greeted us warmly and took us pitch side again with the warning of the visitation of demons should we set foot on the green and pleasant land.

The League One side still has an old style stand with uprights of the sort that makes people complain that they can't see the game very well.

That stand was given to Orient many years ago by a local dog track which is the reason behind the club crest not being over the halfway line.

The only place it could be located was at the point of the old finish line of the dog track and as a result it has been off centre at Orient since it was erected.

Good paninis with good salads. We meandered our way to our final stop of the day. Dagenham High St is an interesting place for wildlife.

It must have the highest population per square mile of fighting dogs in the UK but that was topped as I observed a young lady carrying her pet ferret!

Promoted to the League in the last decade from the Conference the stadium has to qualify for the longest name of a stadium of all that we have visited.

Thursday, 4 August Are your feet wet? After enjoying an after dinner walk around Furzton Lake last evening in the balmy summer sunshine it was difficult to believe that in less than 12 hours the UK monsoons would visit us.

For the first time on the trip I donned the wet weather gear as we left for the Stadium MK. MK Dons one of the more recent additions to the football league gained their status in controversial style.

After the old Wimbledon were taken over and their tenure at Selhurst Park came to an end it was decided that Wimbledon would play its home games in Milton Keynes.

This bucked the trend and tradition of football in this country where usually the club is located in the heart of the town or place that relates to the club.

This is somewhat opposed to the US model where the club owners decide where the team will play and the team will often be moved to other parts of the States.

This move to Milton Keynes was in reality akin to a town or place buying its place in the league without passing through the league pyramid on the way.

Ironically the old Wimbledon was reformed as AFC Wimbledon and has worked its way through the League pyramid and has this season gained promotion again to the football league.

Stadium MK is a grey and uninspiring stadium although to be fair that may have been a reflection of the day rather than the stadium.

I then had to cover the 35 or so miles from there to Stevenage Borough who are also a very recent addition to the League havin gained promotion to spend last season as their first in the Football League.

Wednesday, 3 August At least it wasn't hard to choose today's photograph. We knew at the start of today that it was going to be a day high on mileage but low on club visits.

Indeed it is the only day where we have a singleton club visit. That honour goes to Northampton Town but more of that later. When you are doing the miles and not many clubs you do begin to scratch your head and think what to include in the blog.

However if you let the day unfold potential points of interest come to you or you stumble across things to talk about. Like hamstrings and backs.

Despite my low mileage day yesterday when I woke this morning my left hamstring was so tight you could have played a violin concerto on it and my back had more knots in it that the boy scouts hand book.

A very gentle start was called for. Like Roman Roads. Today we crossed two Roman Roads The Fosse Way and Watling Street Now what I remember from second year junior school that is Year 4 in new money is that the romans built roads that were straight and flat not only because that was the quickest way to travel but it stopped the Celts hiding round the corners.

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You expect to see a lot of boy and girl racers but actually there would seem to be more middle aged and elderley racers particularly in Northampton.

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