The Cycling for Rangers team are closing in on their Lewa Conservancy finish after being on the road for over 114 days. During their journey through 8 countries, covering 6000km and visiting 10 national parks to speak with rangers across sub Saharan Africa about the job they do, they have so far raised over £25,000 for the organisation For Rangers.
Recently, while presenting a talk in Kigali, Rwanda at the Kiseki Authentic Japanese Restaurant, the team gave their first television interview when Rwandan TV spoke to Charlie Rose and Theo Bromfield about the trip and their take on conservation in Rwanda.
The British cyclists; Charlie Rose, Will Johnston, Theo Bromfield and Will Addison, recently left Akagera national park where they were filming with the rangers from African Parks, to head for their next stop at Biwindi national park in Uganda. Here, they are hoping filming with the rangers from the Ugandan Wildlife Authority.
Their aim in to enter Kenya on Monday (14 August), heading for the Lewa Conservancy where they will be filming with For Rangers.
If you would like to support their charity ride, you can do so via their Virgin Money Giving page.