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Cycling For Rangers  An over 7000km cycle from Johannesburg to Nairobi fundraising for Anti-Poaching Rangers and telling their stories through a feature documentary film.

http://www.cyclingforrangers.com/

Thank you very much to Marlborough College for hosting the ‘Cycling For Rangers’ talk this afternoon. We hope we’ve encouraged a few more people to go out and explore, whilst raising the profile of @forrangers! #adventure #explore #wildlife #conservation

Today the two Wills are up in Manchester talking to @craghoppersofficial at their new range launch.. Here's a moment where we decided to use the #craghoppersnosilife hat as a water filter! #cycling #talks #adventure #getoutdoors

A pre deployment parade in Borana Conservancy! A great insight into the incredible training and dedication of the park rangers in Kenya. Borana and Lewa have not had a Rhino poached in three years due to these unsung individuals! #rangers #borana #forrangers #wildlife #conservation #cycletouring #canon #canon5dmkiii

One of the biggest threats to mountain gorillas is their ability to contract human diseases. With DNA 98% identical to humans, it’s incredibly important to monitor their interactions with tourists. Another example of the incredible work the rangers are doing to protect Africa’s most wild places and animals #cycletouring #bwindi #mountaingorillas #uganda #yourshotphotographer #nationalgeographic #gorilla #conservation #conservationthroughpublichealth #jungle

Having spent five months cycling through Sub Saharan Africa, one would expect our most terrifying moment to have been on the bikes. However, this was not the case. As we strolled through Akagera National Park on our first ever Lion tracking patrol, it’s fair to say we were all petrified as we came across a pack of six lions only ten metres away. This is just one of the many jobs the Rangers do everyday in order to protect Africa’s most wild animals. #akagera #rwanda #cycling #cycletouring #rangers #lions #wildlife #conservation #notopoaching

This is Rianto, the second in command of the rangers in Borana. During our last few days in Kenya we were fortunate enough to spend some time with him on patrol and hear some incredible stories of how he got to where he is. An inspirational character in many ways, stay tuned! #rangers #wildlife #conservation #lewa #kenya #cycletouring #notopoaching

Today is International Animals Day, an annual day of action for animal rights and welfare! What better time to celebrate one of the most majestic species, The Painted Dog. This photo was taken in Hwange National park in Zimbabwe after darting a dog that had been caught in a snare. Although snaring isn't intended for the dogs, they pose one of the highest threats to these extremely endangered species. #notopoaching #painteddog #wilddogs #hwange #zimbabwe #internationalanimalsday

Here’s a flashback to Bwindi Impenetrable Forrest in Uganda. After a three hour hike into the park, weaving under trees and passing through rivers we got a great insight into how tough the job of a ranger is in the Misty Mountains. #bwindi #uganda #rangers #notopoaching #conservation #conservationthroughpublichealth

Last month we were incredibly fortunate to visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. The park was special in many ways but meeting Sudan, the last male white rhino on the planet was extremely sad. Sudan is the last of the bloodline and the park rangers are doing everything in their capacity to save the species. #notopoaching #rhino #conservation #wildlife #Kenya #olpejetaconservancy

Thank you to everyone who came down and supported the Cycling For Rangers team at The Royal Geographic Society yesterday. It was awesome to have the opportunity to speak about the trip. If you didn’t catch us there then stay tuned on our Facebook page for future events we’ll be speaking at over the next few months. #steppestravel #royalgeographicalsociety #rangers #cycling

Here's a photo of a ranger @theobromfield took in #Kenya. It's made up of all the portraits he captured whilst we were on our journey from Jo'burg to Nairobi!
It's a month after our return and on the morning of our first ever presentation at the Royal Geographical Society (RGS), Waddi's has released his final blog taking us through the final episode of cycling across Uganda and into Kenya questioning whether or not anything has changed?! https://www.cyclingforrangers.com/single-post/2017/09/30/Whats-changed

Having been moved to a larger room at the RGS, there are now more tickets available on the link below! We are on at 15:30, look forward to seeing you there!
http://www.steppestravel.com/en-gb/about/event/cycling-for-rangers/

Tickets are selling out fast for our talk at the Royal Geographical Soceity, 3.30pm this Sunday (1st October.)
We’ll be chatting about some of the most challenging, enthralling and perilous moments of our 5 months cycle across Africa. There will be insights into interviews with poachers in Zambian prisons, running out of food and water in the middle of game parks and living alongside Rangers who protect the worlds most wild places and animals.
There may even be be some exclusive teaser footage from the documentary and some hilarious behind the scenes!
Buy your tickets here: http://www.steppestravel.com/…/a…/event/cycling-for-rangers/
#adventure #cycling #filming #conservation #talk #RGS

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