HIGH Peak residents are being invited to sign up to a charity bike ride.
The Peak District 100, which takes place on Sunday June 30, will aid children’s charity Action Medical Research.
Cyclists can take part in either a 37-mile route, a 70-mile route or a 104-mile route.
The challenges set off from the HSBC Sports Club, in Dore, Sheffield.
They will take in awe-inspiring views throughout the Peak District including Froggatt and the Hope and Goyt Valleys.
Jonathan Tiernan-Locke, winner of last year’s Tour of Britain, said: “This is your chance to get on your bike and help sick babies and children.
“The route takes in stunning scenery and unparalleled cycling terrain.
“Places will be limited so make sure you register today.”
For more information about the Peak District 100 and to register, log on to action.org.uk/peakdistrict.