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Happy Christmas 2018 from Equal Adventure

As the Equal Adventure team start to wrap up for another Calendar year, we would like to thank all our customer’s suppliers and supporters safe journies and many happy times for the festive season.  We look forward to seeing you all in the new year for more training, expeditions, equipment and clear thinking about inclusion. With […]

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Inclusive Expeditions and Training 2019

As I travel back from another fantastic Explore, I am full of conversations and thoughts of plans for future inclusive expeditions and projects to support the full, safe and meaningful inclusion of disabled people in expeditions and fieldwork. Thank you to the Young Explorers Trust for bestowing the Stephenson Award on me for services to […]

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Boma 7.75 Rambling for All

The team at Equal Adventure has been busy bringing the Boma 7.75 to life. New features and products make the Boma even more adaptable to the needs of disabled people. The range is suited to anyone using a Boma as part of their rambling, trail riding, mountain or journeying activities. The Boma is unique in its ability […]

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Archery Equipment for Archers with Upper Limb Injuries or Disabilities

Equal Adventure has a range of inclusive archery equipment, designed with wounded and injured service personnel and disabled archers who have upper limb injuries or impairments. The archery equipment was originally designed with wounded, injured and sick service personnel at The Royal British Legions Battle Back Centre. It is now used there on a regular […]

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Equal Adventure at Sailabilty 2017 Wyboston Lakes

It must be February, boats for most are out of the water and plans are being made for the year ahead.  Equal Adventure believes like you, that all people can get on the water and sail.  So we are looking forward to coming and finding you at the Sailability National Conference at Wyboston Lakes on […]

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New Home for Boma All Terrain

Equal Adventure takes on Boma off road all terrain powered wheelchair. Equal Adventure was saddened to learn that Molten Rock Equipment Limited had gone into liquidation and set about inquiring if there was anything that could be done to ensure the great Boma off road all terrain powered wheelchair might continue to be available. Award […]

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Excited about the forthcoming course at the Royal Geographical Society 8th March 2015

Thanks to the continued support and encouragement from Geography Outdoors at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).  Equal Adventure is proud to be delivering a course for Expedition providers wanting to work with disabled people in an expedition and fieldwork setting.  Please help spread the word.  Inclusive Expeditions and fieldwork The one-day course looks delivered […]

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EA Product Information System 1.0 Goes Live

After many hours of coding and typing the Equal Adventure Team is proud to announce that the EA Product Information System is now live.  The on-line resource allows you to access manuals for products, technical advice and support on the safe and appropriate use of EA products.  If you would like to register then please […]

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How to size your products

Equal Adventure products have been designed to provide a healthy, effective and comfortable fit when used appropriately. Where products are provided in a range of sizes it is important to consider a variety of factors, to ensure their safety and effectiveness. Products must be sized based on the dimensions of the individual. In general, products provided in more […]

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It’s the little things!

Sometimes it is the quiet things, the simple gestures and acts of faith which make all of the difference. I first made contact with Chris at Chill Cheater during my time on the Canada Alaska Sea Kayak Expedition.  Chris was generous enough to support the Expedition with clothing and encouragement, something we needed bags of. […]

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Getting Ready for Paddle 2013

Our work in creating resources and techniques to support inclusive paddle sport range from Expeditions, Research and Product Development.  The early days of our work in this area were informed by conversations with Dave Manby and Geoff Smedley along with support from the Paul Vandermolen Foundation and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).  Long days testing prototypes […]

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