Ride through India for charity Nov. 11

Caudwell Children looking for bicyclists to ride 480km and raise money


Caudwell Children, a national UK children’s charity, is looking for bicycling enthusiasts to take part in the Rajasthan Tigers 480km bike expedition through Rajasthan, India.


Starting November 11 at the Taj Mahal in Agra, participants will bike for six days through some of the most remote and beautiful areas of the country. The trip goes through the Rajasthan region, where riders will experience desert landscape, exotic wildlife and a historic range of scenery.

The route also goes through Keoladeo National Bird Sanctuary. Participants will be staying at Maharaja’s Palaces.

To participate, applicants must raise a minimum of £3,062. Charity Challenge will donate £50 to each rider if they sign up before September 21st.

Caudwell Children is the only charity where its founder, John Caudwell, pays all the administration costs: every penny of every pound raised goes directly to help special children throughout the UK, providing treatments, therapies and dying wish holidays.

For more information, or for an application pack, call Susie at 01782 600261, or email her here. Visit Caudwell Children.


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