Three friends who have raised more than £150,000 to support youngsters with cancer are to embark on a new fundraising bike ride of more than 1,000 miles.

Richard Rosenberg, from Pinner, and business partners Laurence Finger and Charles Bradbrook are setting off on an epic 1,160-mile ride next week, with the aim of raising £75,000 for the charity Teenage Cancer Trust.

The trio, who are all over the age of 65, will visit towns and cities across the UK, starting on October 13 at Beatson Hospital in Glasgow.

The finish line will be at University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff on October 28.

Mr Rosenberg, who is a trustee at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: "Last year the three of us cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise desperately needed funds for Teenage Cancer Trust because as with numerous other charities the pandemic had a major effect on fundraising.

"This year in addition to continuing to raise funds, we wanted to show our solidarity with patients, their families, doctors, nurses and the wonderful Teenage Cancer Trust family. They are not alone."

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Paul McKenzie, director of fundraising at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: "The pandemic has been a huge blow for the charity’s finances and has been especially tough on young people with cancer.

"We have been so grateful for Richard’s support and guidance throughout this difficult time – and are absolutely delighted that he’s decided to take on this huge challenge with Laurence and Charles in support of the charity."

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