Ambassador: The Cycling for Rangers Team

Cycling for Rangers Team

The Cycling for Rangers team (Will Johnston, Theo Bromfield, Will Addison and Charlie Rose) are a group of four friends, adventurers and film-makers. They have just completed an unsupported +7,000km, 5 month, cycling expedition from Johannesburg to Nairobi raising funds and awareness for wildlife Rangers.  Whilst cycling, the team have filmed a documentary about wildlife Rangers, in 9 countries, cycling from park to park, from the All-Female Black Mamba anti-poaching unit in Kruger (South Africa), to the endangered mountain gorillas in the impenetrable Bwindi rainforest (Uganda).

Find out more about the Cycling for Rangers team and how you can help aid the anti poaching units on the front line here

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