12:30PM, Tuesday 02 September 2014
The 29th London to Windsor Bike Ride is ready for the 'off' on Sunday.
Last year 2,000 cyclists covered the route between Richmond Green and Alexandra Gardens, Windsor.
This year there will be a choice of three routes, covering 29, 37 and 55 miles.
Five charities will benefit - Greenpeace, Medical Aid for Palestine, CoppaFeel, London's Air Ambulance and Action for Children.
Cyclists will be able to choose their own charity for sponsorship once they have paid the entrance fee.
David Murray will be organising from the Windsor end. The ride sets off from Richmond at 10am with cyclists expected to start arriving at Windsor soon after 11am, where there will be a series of events and attractions.
He said: "We are aiming at a village fete atmosphere."
To take part contact Paul Hobbs or Emma Carne by emailing email@example.com, phoning 0117 989 7080, visiting the website www.bike-events.co.uk or by finding Bike-Events on Facebook.
Top Ten Articles
A tribute to John Spicer, who died in a traffic collision in Winkfield Road on Sunday, has been issued by his family this evening.
Taha Hussain, formerly of Langtree Avenue, Slough, was found guilty of seven counts of disseminating terrorist publications following a 15-day trial at the Old Bailey yesterday (Monday).