Bike ride aims to raise money for a good cause

PUBLISHED: 13:22 30 December 2014 | UPDATED: 14:41 30 December 2014

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Picture: Getty Images/Ryan McVay.

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Some 3,000 cyclists will hit the streets of London.

The Stroke Association is offering people the chance to take part in the Thames Bridge bike ride on May 10.

The charity hopes to raise funds for its work supporting people living with effects of stroke.

Julia Selby, events manager from the Stroke Association said: “The Thames Bridges Bike Ride is one of the Stroke Association’s most loved fundraising events.

“Every May, cyclists take to the streets of London to complete the bike ride, crossing London’s most famous and beautiful bridges along the way.

“The event has grown year on year and in 2015 we are aiming to have 3,000 cyclists trying to beat the bridges!”

The bike ride will be sponsored by Vision Express.

Registration is now open. Anyone hoping to take part can contact the Stroke Association’s Events Team on 020 7940 1359.

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