Cyclists are being offered one last chance to sign up for The Stroke Association's Thames Bridges Bike Ride through the streets of London on Sunday May 11.
2,000 riders will take part in this fundraising event which follows the River Thames over 14 bridges, from Tower Bridge to Hampton Court, giving cyclists the opportunity to embrace the city from a new perspective.
Beverley Silke, Head of Events at The Stroke Association said: "Places are going fast and people need to sign up now in order to secure their spot in this fabulous event."
"Cyclists will experience an exhilarating 33 mile bike ride and a great day out. The scenic journey will take cyclists through the city of London and at the end of the ride, cyclists, friends and family are invited to stay on at Hurst Park near Hampton Court to enjoy the afternoon's entertainment of live music, food and games."
If you would like to take part in this exciting event, either as a cyclist or a volunteer on the day, please contact the National Events Team at The Stroke Association on 020 7566 0311 or email email@example.com, alternatively you can register on line by visiting www.stroke.org.uk. The closing date is Friday May 2.