Formation and interaction of few-cycle solitons in a lithium niobate ridge waveguide are numerically investigated. The solitons are created through a cascaded phase-mismatched second-harmonic generation process, which induces a dominant self-defocusing Kerr-like nonlinearity on the pump pulse. The inherent material self-focusing Kerr nonlinearity is overcome over a wide wavelength range, and self-defocusing solitons are supported from 1100 to 1900 nm, covering the whole communication band. Single cycle self-compressed solitons and supercontinuum generation spanning 1.3 octaves are observed when pumped with femtosecond nanojoule pulses at 1550 nm. The waveguide is not periodically poled, as quasi-phase-matching would lead to detrimental nonlinear effects impeding few-cycle soliton formation.