The Real Man Cycling Challenge, details of which have just been announced in London, will be the capital’s first closed road corporate cycling challenge and will see 2000 cyclists taking to a 34km course around CanaryWharf.
The Challenge, which takes place on Sunday, September 14, aims to raise over one million pounds to help The Prostate Cancer Charity fight the disease through research, support, information and campaigning.
Celebrities including Neil Fox, Adrian Chiles, Graeme Le Saux and Phil Liggett, have all lent their support to the event.
Registration for the event is open now with places strictly limited to 2,000, made up of 500 teams of four offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information and to enter go to the Real Man Cycling Challenge website now.