Following a fantastic day with the Prostate Cancer Charity Tour Ride and the Tour of Britain in London, we have been sent some photos by the Charity to share with you.
Entrepreneur and former Dragon’s Den judge, Richard Farleigh, said: “I absolutely loved the ride – it was really good fun. There was an amazing camaraderie between the riders and there was something for everybody; young and old, serious and not so serious!”
Above, veteran EastEnder Rudolph Walker, who plays Patrick Trueman in the popular soap, powers away from 700 riders including Dragon Richard Farleigh and Apprentice winner Michelle Dewberry. 72 year old Rudolph showed more enterprise than either of them, opting for the Spencer Ivy electric bike, which saw him leading the field of riders who had to rely on pedal power.
Owen Sharp, Chief Executive of The Prostate Cancer Charity, said: “Everyone who got on their bikes today is helping the Charity fight this disease on every front. We are here to fund research, raise awareness and address inequalities. All those who took part today are showing their commitment to supporting us in this activity to improve the lives of the 250,000 men affected by this disease.