Big Shakeout 2017 Speaker Line Up

We all like a good tale of daring-do, so we've rounded up Alpkiteers and award-winning adventurers to discuss their adventures

2017 Big Shakeout is hosting another packed schedule of speakers throughout Saturday evening . We're delighted and excited to have such a wide range of speakers come join us and give up their time so generously in aid of the Alpkit Foundation, as well as their pure love of sharing experiences and inspiration of course! Here's a little taster of who's coming along...

The Wyedale Room

Aleks Kashefi
A man who knows all about overcoming fears, Alpkiteer Aleks Kashefi left behind a stable life to run from the North to the South of Europe.




Wild Swimming Brothers
Jack, Calum and Robbie are three brothers with a penchant for swimming through whirlpools and exploring wild waters, they'll be discussing the 'how' part of their adventures.




Chris Sleight
Mountain Podcast persenter, Chris Sleight, hosts an informal panel chat with 3 DAring Deeds speakers about the whys, whats and hows of adventure.


The Daring Deeds Yurt

Harry Bloor
Fresh from completing all of the Wainwrights this summer, 15-year-old Harry Bloor will be sharing tales from the trails.




Tom and Rich
Never short of exciting stories, father-son cycling duo tells tales from their tour around France on two wheels




Steve Bate
Paralympic cyclist Steve knows all about balance. He'll be discussing finding the all important balance between training and adventure.




Ario Caves Project
Exploring Europe's largest underworld, join Ario Caves Project's expedition team to find about life below the mountains.


Lisa and Libby
Fell runners Lisa and Libby, from Beauties and the Bog, give us the low-down on their 80-day self-propelled continuous round of all 282 Munros.




Alan Monks
Reliving the dream, Alan Monks talks not-so-peaceful retirement and re-climbing to The Nose on El Capitain




Neil Cottam
Think Mountain Biking, think jungles? Neil Cottam talks travelling further afield and finding new perspectives on mountain biking.

03 02 2017

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