The world's biggest charitable wheelbarrow race.
Since 2006 Pimp My Barrow has grown from humble origins at the University of East Anglia in the fine city of Norwich, to become the world's biggest charitable wheelbarrow race. Find out more about the glorious one-wheeled event here.
through the years
Pimp My Barrow has been a cherished event at UEA since 2006. Here's a selection of some of the finest photos over the last decade.
"A small cart with a single wheel at the front and two legs and two handles at the rear, used typically for carrying loads in building work or gardening." Oxford English Dictionary
The Chinese historical text of the Sanguozhi, credits the invention of the wheelbarrow to Prime Minister Zhuge Liang (181–234 AD) of Shu Han. Zhuge, we salute you.