An exciting opportunity to venture along the rural backroads of India and experience the culture of this beautiful country. Cycle through the famous Golden Triangle of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra as you make your way towards one of the world’s most iconic sights; the Taj Mahal.
The Team of 2019 raised an incredible profit of £64,177.68 for Teens Unite. The challenge took place on 7th – 17th November 2019, where the team cycled between 40km – 108km each day.
Debbie Pezzani, CEO and Co-Founder of Teens Unite has said: “It was the experience of a lifetime! The team did amazingly well – it was a tough challenge, but we kept the young people we’re supporting at the forefront of our minds to keep us pedalling. The money and awareness raised will make such a difference to our work and we’re truly grateful to everyone who completed the challenge.”
Watch Dr Alex's vlog from this incredible trip:
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