Danny Bent definitely has a life less usual!
Trekking to the South Pole, bog snorkening, stair climbing racing in skyscrapers all seem tame after Danny's 9000 mile cycle ride from London to Southern India to help his students understand geography.
Now he’s trying to inspire more people in a UK-based international fundraising initiative - Oneoneoneone, that will raise over £1million for people living with, or affected by, HIV/AIDS around the globe, through the established charity Keep a Child Alive.
Danny's also written a book, ‘You’ve gone too far this time Sir’? [Buy from ActionAid - half profit goes to charity @ http://act.ai/dannybent or on http://amazon.com for £9.99 however the special Kindle verson looks to be on offer at just 72p!] about his decision to raise money for charity and his adventures along his journey.
Steve Chopper, host of Run World Radio, was joined by @Drusy (Toni), @Devoniain (Iain), @clewsy (Colin), @solshadow (Phil of Runcast.tv) and Roberto from Madrid, Spain as we chatted with Danny about his antics and charity goals. In the chatroom we had @Allterrain, Krister from Running the Narrow Path podcast and @Alcoupon
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