Charity officials have announced plans for a second fundraising cycle ride in West Norfolk next year to support disabled people and their carers.
More than 500 riders signed up to take part in the inaugural Cycle Together Sandringham event in June, which raised more than £17,000 for the Park House Hotel.
The hotel, which hosted the start and finish of the inaugural event, is a respite hotel for Leonard Cheshire Disability and provides respite breaks and support for disabled people and their carers.
Organisers have now announced that the event will again be staged for the cause on Sunday July 13, 2014 and they are hoping that up to 1,000 cyclists will be inspired to take part.
Park House fundraiser Phil Davies, who was involved in the organisation of this year’s event, said preparations were already well underway for next year.
He said: “There will be easier sign-up and better on the day registration; and other refinements based on the feedback we received from this year’s event.
“Above all, we expect a tremendous atmosphere, with hundreds of cyclists taking part in a day to remember, all for a great local cause.”
He added: “We are very excited about it.”
As this year, participants will be able to choose to cycle one of four routes around west and north Norfolk.
The distances of three of the routes, 10, 20 and 50 miles, will remain unchanged, although the longest route is set to be extended from 90 to 100 miles.
Entries are expected to open early in the new year.
Anyone interested in finding out more should either visit www.lcdisability.org/cycletogether or email Mr Davies at email@example.com.