endurance athlete, triple world record holder, and all-round legend.
3x world record holder in static cycling, ex age-group world champion triathlete, positive activist adventurer, Reiki master and aerospace engineer turned Sustainability consultant. Even though all this is pretty impressive stuff, what stands out is how Kate has consistently overcome some pretty large challenges. After leaving an abusive relationship, Kate decided to make each moment count - for her own personal health and also for the health of our planet.read kate's story
"We are part of the climate. If the climate is hurt, I am hurt. If the climate is struggling, I struggle. If the climate can’t deliver effectively, I can’t do what I want.
I am part of the climate and that’s why we need to care about everything that’s interconnected within that."
On Monday 5th June 2023 (World Environment Day), Kate will embark on a 3,000 mile cycle around the coastline of England, Scotland & Wales, aptly named challenge 3000. Stopping at 30 different locations visiting sustainability projects, hosting climate talks and engaging communities, councils and companies in workshops to mitigate climate change.
As part of the challenge, Kates bike will be made of bamboo and using reused bike parts (when possible). As a passionate and positive vegan, Kate will also be eating 100% plant-based food. All partners, suppliers and sponsors share the value of leaving the world a better place.