Ash Dyke | TEDx University of Manchester
Ash has travelled across the globe successfully completing adventures unknown to mankind. Some of which almost costed his life! 2 years ago he spent 78 days alone walking 1,500 miles across Mongolia, whilst pulling a 120kg homemade trailer. In early 2016 he became the first person ever to traverse Madagascar’s length – he was even nearly washed away in a crocodile-infested river!
The famous English explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes praised Ash saying his journey in Mongolia is “an example of great determination” whilst FHM named him as "one of the world’s most fearless outdoors men”. Apart from being an adventurer, he is also a Muay Thai Fighter and a scuba diving instructor.