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India Cycle

India charity cycle challenge | Action Against Hunger

India Cycle

In October 2014, in the run-up to World Food Day, a team of intrepid food lovers, chefs and food industry experts embarked on a unique cycling challenge across India in a bid to raise over £100,000 towards our life-saving work around the world.
 
They endured blistering temperatures and rough terrain to cycle over 400kms across beautiful Rajasthan in just 5 days, before meeting communities supported by Action Against Hunger's programmes.

Our trailblazing cycle team was comprised of 21 participants, including Gizzi Erskine (Chef and Food Writer), Jose Pizarro (Jose and Pizarro), Daniel Doherty (Duck & Waffle), Pascal Aussignac (Club Gascon), Tom Hunt (Poco) and Alfred Prasad (Tamarind). For a full list of our amazing challengers visit our India Cycle team page.

 


Sponsor the team

You can support our challengers in their fundraising efforts today by making a donation to one of their sponsorship pages.

Every donation is hugely appreciated and will help to further the fight against hunger in over 46 countries worldwide, including India.

 


Our work in India

Action Against Hunger has worked in India since 2011, hoping to help turn the tide and begin saving the millions of lives lost each year across India. 

Read more about our work in India.


 

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If you’ve been inspired to take part in a similar challenge and would like more information about our overseas cycles, please don't hesitate to contact David Copsey on 0208 293 6196 or on Twitter @DCopsey

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