Palaces on Wheels 2021

Quincy Redmond

Hi, my name is Quincy, and I can't wait to take part in this awesome challenge.   

Growing up in East London within a working-class family, I had first-hand experience of what it was like to have very little. Having worked my way into a different position now, I grab any opportunity to give back and help worthwhile causes do great work around the globe. Whether I’m volunteering at schools in Rwanda or running to raise money for Sickle Cell research, I love a challenge and can't wait to saddle up for the British Asian Trust's ‘Palaces on Wheels’ challenge.

Quincy Redmond

This is my first time riding a cycle over this distance and while it’s a little daunting, I’ll have all the children in India (along with my wife and two young children) at the front of my mind, spurring me on with every shift of the gears, rotation of the pedals and spin of the wheels.

Please support us by giving as much or as little as you can to help the underprivileged children in South Asia. They deserve it!

‘History will judge us by the difference we make in the everyday lives of children,’ Nelson Mandela.

'All kids need is a little help, a little hope and someone who believes in them,’ Magic Johnson.

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