Racing to do good in the BT Charity Challenge

Event raised $115,000 for its four official charities

[SINGAPORE] Eighty five cyclists raced in the third edition of The Business Times Charity Challenge yesterday.

Twenty-one teams of four and one individual cyclist assembled on the F1 track as early as 4.30am in a block stretching over 50 metres.

George Lee, head of global corporate banking at OCBC, flagged them off at 6.15am after a performance from local amateurs the Stomp Drummers.

Chris Robb, managing director at Spectrum Worldwide, and The Business Times' editor Alvin Tay took on air-horn duties...

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