The cyclist (though not the HRH Prince of Wales) ran 400km in four days
Tim Weller, Chairman ComputingPublisher Incisive Media has completed a 400km cycling tour of the British Royal Palace and has raised over £ 1.2m for the British Asian Trust.
Weller joined more than 30 other cyclists and participated in a four-day penalized #PalacesOnWheels challenge.
The group left Prince Charles’ High Grove House on June 10 and accompanied him to Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. They finished their tour on Sunday (June 13th) at Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
Cross-Country Charity Ride was co-sponsored by Incisive Media’s market-leading sustainability brand Business Green and its sister business, Trusted Reviews.
The beneficiary, the British Asian Trust, is providing significant funding to help vulnerable people in South Asia, whose lives have been devastated by Covid-19. If you are interested in donating, you can click here to donate.
On previous tours, British cyclists have tackled challenges in Sri Lanka, India, Cambodia and Tanzania.
Computing Publishers Help Raise £ 1.2m After A Unique Charity Royal Cycling Tour
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