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Video: Computer Aid cycle challenge

In February, a group of 16 cyclists from the UK took part in a fund-raising cycle across Kenya to help provide technology for developing countries
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In February, a group of 16 cyclists from the UK cycled 400km from Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa, to Lake Victoria, to raise money for the IT charity Computer Aid.

Three employees, Will Sturgeon, Andrew Donoghue, and Helen Cooke, from ZDNet UK's parent company CNET Networks, were part of the team and managed to raise nearly £17,500.

Computer Aid takes donated PCs and refurbishes them for use in developing countries, which stops them ending up in landfill and provides much-needed educational technology to schools and other organisations.

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