Chris Cayley is a busy man. A busy man with a bicycle! By day he’s Director of Cayley Coughtrie, a legal recruitment specialist, and by night, he’s training for cycling to COP26 in Glasgow with us on Ride the Change. Here he writes about his decision to cycle with us:
We’ve teamed up with Count Us In and the Round Britain Climate Challenge for this adventure and there’s a second record being attempted in tandem.
Alongside 140,001 (or more!) people taking climate action, Sacha Dench, UN Ambassador for Migratory Species will embark on her own record-breaking expedition to fly around Britain in a green electricity powered paramotor.
She’ll stop along the way sharing stories, meeting change-makers, and inspiring citizens to take action themselves. You can follow here.
What you can do
Who doesn’t want to say they’re a Guinness World Record holder, eh?
Ifyou’re new to Do Nation: Make a pledge between 18th June – 17th July.
Ifyoualready use Do Nation: Tell your friends and family to make a pledge on the Do Nation website. It’s that simple.
Every pledge made between 18th June – 17th July will be counted.
Is there a trophy?
You mean apart from the satisfaction of being part of a planet-championing, carbon-saving community?
Then yes, everyone who takes part gets a special Guinness World Record digital badge to proudly display on email footers, LinkedIn, social media profiles, zoom backdrop… the sky’s the limit!
Downloadable assets toshare internally and externally