On 10 June, about 30 riders will set off from Highgrove House on a 400km adventure to raise vital funds for the British Asian Trust. Spearheaded by our long-term supporters Rohit Chadha and Bobby Ahluwalia and including our Trustees and Founders Circle members, the ‘Palaces on Wheels’ event will see the riders take on 100km each day, stopping off at royal palaces on their way to Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.  

  • £50 could provide a young child rescued from child labour to receive much needed psychological support.
  • £250 could provide medical treatment for 25 children who have been rescued from trafficking and exploitation.
  • £500 could help a child be rescued from forced labour and reunited with their family.
  • £1,000 could help 700 children from rural areas have access to vital mental health and education support.
  • £5,000 could provide psychological support for 100 children rescued from child labour.
  • £10,000 could help rescue 20 children from forced labour and reunite them with their families.

Please support the riders and the British Asian Trust's work by donating

The Challenge

The Most Exotic Challenge started in 2016, and has so far, raised £1m thanks to an incredible team of donors and riders. Over the years, teams have cycled in India, Cambodia, Tanzania and Sri Lanka.

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Palaces On Wheels Palaces

Highlights

  • Palaces on Wheels Day 1 highlights

    Palaces On Wheels Video (3)
  • Palaces on Wheels Day 2 highlights

    Palaces On Wheels Video (2)
  • Palaces on Wheels Day 3 highlights

    Palaces On Wheels Video (1)
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  • Tower Of London
  • Buckingham Palace
  • St James Palace
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With special thanks to Wetherby School, Aldenham School, and Queens College Preparatory School for their special support!

Meet the cyclists

Thank you to the sponsors.