THE BRITISH Heart Foundation is looking for people to saddle up for a day of Peak District mountain biking.
Teams of colleagues, friends and family are needed.
Event organiser Helen Whitely said: “The Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge encourages participants to build their team working skills, while testing their own personal endurance.
“The experience is about having a good day out with friends, family and colleagues. Of course it is also open to individuals and we welcome anyone wanting to take part.
“So many people are affected by heart health problems and the British Heart Foundation offers a fun way for people to raise vital funds.”
The challenge is on Saturday, October 8, starting from Hope Valley College.
There are four routes, ranging from 14 to 42 miles. Entry is £15. Visit www.bhf.org/peakmountainbike for more information.