Tim Barfoot, the managing director of CMD, is joining the Prudential Ride 100 London Surrey charity bike ride.
Along with accounts manager, Jenni and her husband Rick from Cross engineering, the team are taking on the challenge of the 100-mile Olympic route to raise funds for Prostate Cancer support.
Tim said "I'm proud to take on this challenge for the fight against prostate cancer. It's going to be tough riding 100 miles in the summer heat, but we're training hard and ready to take it on. Please donate what you can to support us as we hope to raise £2000 for this incredible charity.
To donate, please visit the fundraising page and show your support for the team.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. In the UK 129 men each day are diagnosed with the condition. Research is vital to improve men's health, and Prostate Cancer UK has an ambitious plan to tame prostate cancer in ten years, by improving diagnosis, treatment, prevention and support.
Created as the Olympic legacy event, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is a 100-mile closed road circuit through London and Surrey, inspired by the 2012 Olympic Road Race. It starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a route through the capital and into Surrey's stunning country roads, including the famous climbs of Leith and Box Hill, before an iconic finish on the Mall.