expedition Tag

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

This morning the team finally woke up to sunshine and the forecast promised much more! Today’s route would take the cyclist into Cornwall, the final county of the expedition! If you have ever travelled to Cornwall you know that the hills are constant. So although our team were cycling a shorter distance, they had around 3,500 feet of elevation to climb in one day! Sunny start

The time has finally come for the Pedal 4 Parks expedition to begin, but before our eco-cyclists take to the road we first need to make our way up to the starting line in the Orkney Islands. We are keen not to waste any time on our journey up the country and starting June 14th we will be interviewing numerous environmental advocates to get their

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

If the recent year has shown us anything, it is that we need our green spaces as a place to escape the fast-paced and unpredictable changes of the modern world. For many, 2020-21 has offered an unusual opportunity to explore the landscapes around us and engage with nature in new ways. However, how much do we really know about our green spaces and the impacts