Isaac Kenyon – Founder of Pedal 4 Parks
Isaac Kenyon’s Biography:
Isaac Kenyon is the Founder of Pedal 4 Parks, the team’s campaign lead, producer of the film “14 Days South: Over Sea and Land” and an endurance athlete.
Isaac hails from Luton, where as a child, thanks to little access to safe outdoor green spaces and lack of educational resources at his school, he didn’t have an easy entry to adventurism.
Isaac spent much of his childhood indoors either swimming in an indoor pool, at school or at home. It was only at university Isaac started to learn about the outdoors and had access to plenty of green spaces.
He immersed himself in it and never looked back. Isaac started the Duke of Edinburgh award at 20 years old and reached Silver alongside his degree.
Since completing a degree in Geoscience Isaac has become an adventurer and outdoors ambassador working with social groups like the Scouts/schools in poor communities inspiring them to connect with nature and the outdoors.
Previous challenges have included a swim across the English Channel, Mt. Kilimanjaro Summit, Three Peaks Challenge twice and an unsupported row across the Atlantic ocean.
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