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As July is coming to a close it’s hard not to reminisce about the beginning of the month when excitement was in the water as we crossed the finishing line in the Isles of Scilly. After finishing the world’s first cycle, it took some time for our team to slip back into normality… rumour even has it that Isaac slept for 14 hours straight! Over

One of the central motivations of the Pedal 4 Parks expedition is to search for and share scalable solutions to the environmental crisis in the UK. It is part of our mission to uncover the extent of human interference in our green spaces and talk to the people already advocating for change. When thinking about these interferences, one particularly hot topic is the growth of

“We are not all in the same boat. We are all in the same storm. Some are on super-yachts. Some have just the one oar” - Damian Barr. Photo taken by Daniel Williams The NHS have calculated that by the end of December 2020 alone, there had been 1,392,002 people in contact with services, 966,998 of whom were in contact with adult mental health services. On top

This weekend the Pedal 4 Parks team have been battling with the elements to train for the 1,200 mile expedition that they will be completing this June. Cycling 90 miles a day for a fortnight will be no easy feat, so these training weekends are crucial. The team must be prepared for all conditions and come rain or shine the show must go on! Although

In June 2021, Pedal 4 Parks will be setting off on a 1,200 mile journey across the UK. The team of five eco-warriors will be travelling across land and sea from the Orkney Islands to the Isles of Scilly in a world's first cycling expedition. Along the way our team will be visiting some of the UK’s National Parks and talking to a variety of environmental

Photo taken by: Daniel Williams From left to right: Sal, Isaac, Alex Egan, Alex Pierrot, Lukas. At Pedal 4 Parks we are aiming to locate and voice the environmental, sustainable and mental health initiatives being put in place across the country by people who, like us, have a deep connection to the benefits of outdoor spaces. In order to connect these eco-projects, educate the public and