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Mission Malawi 400km, 10 days. A challenge like no other

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Mission Malawi

Mission Malawi is a ride set up by Les Pratt, who back in 2004 couldn’t find a ride that raised money for HIV/AIDS and wasn’t the usual boring route of London to Paris. As a result he set up his own ride that takes riders 400km on dirt roads through Malawi.

Riders get to see exactly where the money that they raise is going, because part of the trip visits the people and the HIV/AIDS projects that MM happens to fund.

Launch Party

To find out more about the ride and get into the spirit with a Malawi Gin & Tonic you can pop down to Look Mum No Hands on Old Street on 21 April. There will be music and a bite to eat.

You can also visit Mission Malawi’s website to find out more.

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