In 1996, Alistair McGuinness borrowed his brother's bike to join two friends in their attempt to cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats. With no training, no plan, and no idea about the benefits of Lycra, the ride was destined for misadventure.But the boys had a purpose, and despite the odds, they survived three countries, thirteen pub-crawls, two storms, and one memorable night in a youth hostel. These 'end-to-enders' also learnt a thing or two about broken spokes. 890 miles and twenty years later, it's time to tell their story. For one of the riders, it's a story that changed his life.