Incisive Media's chair Tim Weller embarks on unique charity royal tour

For the British Asian Trust

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Incisive Media's chair Tim Weller
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Incisive Media's chair Tim Weller

Tim Weller, chair of Professional Adviser’s publisher Incisive Media, will tomorrow embark on a 400km cycling tour of the UK’s royal palaces to raise money for the British Asian Trust.

Weller joins more than 30 other cyclists taking on the punishing four-day #PalacesOnWheels challenge, which requires them to ride for 100km a day. They set off from Prince Charles' Highgrove House on 10...

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