Although it's not strictly diehard bikepacking, as they say in the film, you've got to pick your battles. As parents, and especially as as mothers it may often feel like adventures aren't possible when you have children. And whilst it isn't always easy, it is possible. Join three amazing Mums as they take their children on a bikepacking adventure along the Rebellion Way.
The film demonstrates what's possible with some planning, and the help of your village, or 'the mothership' these three women share. Join Kelly and two-year-old, Atlas, Phoebe and seven-month Torben and Vicky and her 17-year-old daughter, Cece as they navigate a bikepacking trip with additional challenges. That's not to say the challenges are a bad thing, but they certainly add to the journey and the highs and lows along the way.
"Families with disabled youngsters can easily become isolated and side-lined from everyday life. With the pull-along trike we are able to enjoy the same activities as other families and it’s an incredible feeling. Being able to adventure with good friends who understand what life is like with caring responsibilities brings a whole new level of comfort and enjoyment. Together we’re capable of anything! It’s so important that other families and young people see folk who look like them enjoying the outdoors so they know they can do it too.” - Vicky Balfour
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