A 45 year old Nigerian adventure motorcyclist, business owner, and novelist Kunle Adeyanju lives in London and recently rode his bike from London to Lagos to raise money for charity.Kunle Adeyanju was born and raised in Nigeria. His exact age is not known.
Information regarding Kunle Adeyanju’s relationships or personal life has never been made public. He may or may not be married, and he may or may not have a girlfriend at the moment. In addition to motorcycling and cycling, Kunle Adeyanju enjoys outdoor adventure games and activities like skydiving, mountain climbing, and bungee jumping.
When Kunle Adeyanju was still a student at the university, he became a member of Rotary. He was determined to raise awareness about the polio virus in Africa. In Africa, polio is comparable to an epidemic. Additionally, a motivational speaker, Kunle has delivered his remarks at a number of occasions, including Tedz Oloibiri Road, Arm of Hope International, ABU Alumnus, and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.
He worked for Shell Petroleum from 2006 to 2009. Following the completion of his university studies, he started working as a management trainee at a British American Tobacco Company. He has now founded the Pelicians DNO, a private company where he serves as CEO.
He started his motorcycle journey from London to Lagos in April 2022 in order to generate money for basic healthcare, the Polio Plus Project, water, and sanitation.To raise awareness for the international “End Polio Now” campaign and to generate money to deal with local issues, Kunle has ridden a bicycle through challenging terrain and to isolated locations. He completed the London to Lagos route on May 29, 2022. Which shared a lot of his travel experiences, He traveled approximately 13,000 kilometers through 11 countries during his exploration.
Mr. Kunle Adeyanju, has intimated that his next trip will involve riding from Lagos to Israel and then from Israel to Tibet. The motorcyclist revealed that his destination is Mt. Everest and that he hopes to complete the expedition at the very latest by 2024.
In his account of his expedition, Mr. Kunle Adeyanju said, “Truth is that every kilometer of the 12,000km I covered was filled with hardships, pains and difficulties. I narrowly averted death four times.” I nearly passed away a number of times. In fact, I frequently witnessed death. When others claimed to have seen death, I never believed them, but after witnessing it at least four times in the Sahara and Mali, I now accept that it is real.