The reason for the "Dead set to Empower - Sri Lankan Charity Cycle Tour March 2015" is to raise reserves for AEF to proceed with their philanthropy by helping the underserved rustic schoolchildren and minimized and underprivileged country groups.
The philanthropy ride will cover Colombo, Gampaha, Kurunegala, Polonnaruwa, Matale, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, Badulla, Monaragala, Matara, Galle and Kalutara Districts more than ten days, finishing on the 30th of March.
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This shiny gold-vinyl Ferrari 458 Spider is turning heads in London and is worth £200,000.
It belongs to kickboxing world champion Riyadh Al-Azzawi, who wants it to match the colour of his medal collection.
The fighter remains undefeated in all 47 of his career bouts and has retained his world champion title since winning it in 2008.
Despite the hefty cost of the motor, it is believed the colour makeover came in at a somewhat more affordable £4,000.