Nikki Bradley is an adaptive adventurer, speaker and mentor who was given a second chance at the tender age of 16. The diagnosis of a rare form of bone cancer called Ewing’s Sarcoma changed Nikki’s life direction.
She is now the owner of The Motivation Factory and the founder of fitness based awareness campaign ‘Fighting Fit For Ewing’s’ which involves participating in physical challenges such as an attempted Guinness World Record in Holland, climbing the route of the solheimajokull glacier in Iceland and completing the Fan Dance which is a gruelling 24km trek through the snowy Brecon Beacons in Wales all while relying heavily on crutches.
Nikki’s toughest challenge to date is due to take place on Saturday 21st of July where she aims to become the first crutch user to climb four iconic Irish mountain peaks in 24 hours. Nikki will be joined by internationally renowned mountaineer, Iain Miller who has been her climbing mentor since 2013. The duo will climb Carrauntoohil in Co. Kerry followed by Croagh Patrick (Mayo), Slieve Donard (Down) finishing in Co. Donegal with Mount Errigal.
Nikki has teamed up with three charities for this event; The Irish Cancer Society, Action Cancer and The Ross Nugent Foundation.
To support this worthy cause please visit https://themotivationfactory.ie/4-peaks