Participants of the Kampar Majesty Ride. Photo from The Star

Participants of the Kampar Majesty Ride. Photo from The Star

A TOTAL of 532 participants from Malaysia and Singapore took part in the Kampar Majesty Ride 2015. In its third edition, the charity cycling event was opened by Perak Tourism, Arts and Culture executive councillor’s political secretary Datuk Abd Rahman Md Som.

Many student volunteers from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Kampar campus helped in the event as well.

Kampar Majesty Ride 2015 organisers handing over a mock cheque of RM5,300 to Living Hope Malaysia founder Dr Peggy Wong (centre) to help underprivileged children. Photo from The Star

Kampar Majesty Ride 2015 organisers handing over a mock cheque of RM5,300 to Living Hope Malaysia founder Dr Peggy Wong (centre) to help underprivileged children. Photo from The Star

The event successfully implemented charity programmes to support the education of children who are less fortunate, raised funds amounting to RM5,300 for charity and introduced the Kampar Old Town Heritage Trail.

The event was sponsored and supported by the Perak government through Tourism Perak, Kampar district police headquarters, Rela, St John Ambulance and Cycling Ireland.