Epic cycle to raise awareness of suicide prevention

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After surviving a suicide attempt in May 2015, Josh Quigley is cycling around the world to raise awareness of suicide prevention and mental health.

On the 26th May 2016, exactly one year to the day after his suicide attempt, Josh will be leaving Scotland on a global mission.

With his second chance at life Josh will be cycling to over 80 countries on six continents, telling his story and encouraging people around the world to talk about mental health.

Before he leaves. Josh is embarking on a huge Scottish cycling challenge to raise awareness of these in issues in Scotland and is stopping off in the Western Isles at Stornoway and Harris on April 12th.

Josh will be cycling 1,500 miles around Scotland in 33 days and visit 29 towns and cities.

On the road Josh has organised 10 mental health events in towns across the countries where he’ll be speaking about his story and his suicide prevention movement.