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Computing’s publisher helps to raise £1.2m after unique charity royal cycling tour

Computing's publisher helps to raise £1.2m after unique charity royal cycling tour

The cyclists – though not HRH Prince of Wales – covered 400km in four days Tim Weller, chairman of Computing ‘s publisher Incisive Media, has…

Tuesday, Jun 15

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The cyclists – though not HRH Prince of Wales – covered 400km in four days Tim Weller, chairman of Computing ‘s publisher Incisive Media, has completed a 400km cycling tour of the UK’s royal palaces, raising more than £1.2m for the British Asian Trust.

Weller joined more than 30 other cyclists taking on the punishing four-day #PalacesOnWheels challenge, which required them to ride 100km a day.

The group set off from Prince Charles’ Highgrove House on 10 June – accompanied by the Prince himself – before riding to Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. They finished the tour on Sunday (13th June) at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.

The cross-country charity ride was co-sponsored by Incisive Media’s market-leading sustainability brand BusinessGreen and its sister business Trusted Reviews .

The beneficiary, the British Asian Trust, provides critical funding to help vulnerable people in South Asia whose lives have been devastated by Covid-19. Anyone interested in donating can still do so by clicking here .

Previous tours have seen British cyclists tackle challenges in Sri Lanka, India, Cambodia and Tanzania.

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