TEAR Fund is calling for Auckland businesses to step up and do their bit to raise funds for at-risk Auckland youth and children in Nepal, India and Ethiopia.
The Poverty Cycle Challenge will pit teams of five against each other to complete five laps of a 20km road circuit at the Tipapa Events Centre in Clevedon.
Endorsed by Triathlon NZ and Bike NZ, The Poverty Cycle Challenge aims to raise $200,000 on September 15.
New Zealand businesses already on board include Ricoh and Unlimited Potential.
If you can pull together a team of five people who can ride a bike, click on over to povertycycle.org.nz.
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