Intrepid cyclists in 270 mile bid to support ECPAT UK (Update: This campaign is now closed) Lexis Nexis UK have organised a London to Paris Cycle Challenge to raise vital funds to strengthen ECPAT UK's work against child trafficking and transnational child abuse. Last year, a team of cyclists completed the 270 mile trek between the neighbouring capital cities on the way to raising more than £22,000 to be shared between ECPAT UK and two other charities. Can you help us surpass this goal this year? CLICK here to donate. ECPAT UK has been chosen for the second year running as the Lexis Nexis ‘Rule of Law’ charity for the cycle challenge. After the success of the 2013 Cycle Challenge, the riders will revisit the City of Light in 2014, this time travelling from Buckingham Palace to the Chateau of Versailles in an effort to finish the 270 mile journey in three days. The challenge starts in just over two months, on 26th June, so please donate today. One-third of all donations will help support our work against child trafficking and transnational abuse as we enter into the crucial stages of our campaigns to protect children in the Modern Slavery Bill and to stop child sexual abuse in tourism. Donations will be shared between ECPAT UK, Dementia UK and The Brain Tumour Charity.