Hundreds of cyclists pedal through Bath for British Paralympic Association
Seven hundred cyclists have ridden through Bath to raise £1 million for the British Paralympic Association.
The riders, including former England and Bath Rugby players Lewis Moody and Danny Grewcock, were taking part in the annual Deloitte Ride Across Britain.
The team from Bath Rugby, which also included president David Trick and business development director Matt Powell, had ridden from Okehampton in Devon on the journey from Land's End to John O'Groats.
Over the past two years the ride has raised more than £750,000 for the association, the charity which supports the UK's paralympians.
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During the ride from Okehampton, the cyclists tackled a number of steep climbs and descents as they skirted the edge of Dartmoor and crossed the Quantocks.
It is the third Deloitte ride, organised by the business advisory firm which is the official professional services partner for the London 2012 Games, and is due to reach its destination on Sunday.
The firm's choice of the association as the charity partner for the ride has emerged from Deloitte Disability Sport, a programme that aims to get disabled people active, competing and winning in sport.