GLOBAL WHEELING

One Man, one bicycle, 43 countries, 6 continents – an environmental pilgrimage to highlight the bike as a positive tool in the battle against climate change.

With over 53 000 carbon free kilometers around the globe on pedal power, Solo Adventurer & Filmmaker, Kayden Kleinhans has been raising awareness about pressing environmental issues and our over reliance on fossil fuels for over a decade now. Through his passion for conservation and the environment, Kayden has planted thousands of trees in South Africa through his charity the Global Wheeling Foundation in a bid to give back to the very source that inspires him so much. It’s this drive and passion for nature that has seen him reach the world’s most amazing natural wonders across six continents on human steam alone. Pushing the boundaries physically and mentally through some of the most challenging environments the world has to offer, from the likes of the Sahara Desert, war torn Ivory Coast, Death Valley and the Andes solo and unsupported.

Follow Kayden’s expeditions in the all new television series brought to you by Cooked in Africa Films – This is “Global Wheeling”

Kayden is on a mission to turn his mileage into trees. Support the cause by sponsoring one of Kayden’s carbon free kilometers cycled for the Global Wheeling’s around the world eco charity bicycle ride and plant a tree in South Africa.

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Director & Founder of BICYCLE SOUTH
Cape Town based designer & bicycle activist, Leonie is passionate about sustainability and green living. When she is not busy advocating for bicycle cities or blogging on Cape Town’s bicycle culture, you’ll find her adventuring beyond the city limits on her steel frame touring bike.
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Director & Founder of BICYCLE SOUTH
Cape Town based designer & bicycle activist, Leonie is passionate about sustainability and green living. When she is not busy advocating for bicycle cities or blogging on Cape Town’s bicycle culture, you’ll find her adventuring beyond the city limits on her steel frame touring bike.

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