Ashes winning captain Michael Vaughan is off on his bike later this year as he undertakes a UK-wide bike ride to raise funds for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation and the Cricket Foundation’s Chance to Shine initiative.
YOU can join him as he does so. And what's more, you'll be following the route of the England Vs Australia ODI series with Vaughany and enjoy up to two matches as part of your ride with him as well.
It's the perfect bike ride for cyclists and cricket lovers. And by taking part, you'll be helping give young people access to sport by supporting the work of Laureus and Chance to Shine.
So, take a look at the four unique stages below. There's certain to be one you'll never forget.
Stage 1 - For die hard cricket fans
The first stage takes in two ODI matches. So if your love of cricket is a touch greater than your love of cycling, this is the one for you!
Headingley, Leeds to Old Trafford, Manchester (80 miles)
Friday 6th – Sunday 8th September
Stage 2 - For the Chris Hoy wannabees
If you dreamed of cycling in a velodrome yourself having watched the action of London 2012, this stage is a must! Not only will you get a chance to cycle around the track but you'll also enjoy BMX, Mountain Bike and Watt Bike sessions. This one is a truly unique stage.
Old Trafford, Manchester to Edgbaston, Birmingham (90 miles)
Monday 9th – Wednesday 11th September
Stage 3 - For those up for tackling the Beacons
For some riders, cycing is all about pushing your body to the limits. For those pain-lovers among you, this is the stage to join. Over two days' cycling, you will be tackling the Brecon Beacons and taking in the relentless Hill Climb Challenge along the way. Trust us, you'll be ready to watch some relaxing cricket once you're done with this stage.
Edgbaston, Birmingham to SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff (86 miles + 55 miles)
Thursday 12th – Saturday 14th September
Stage 4 - For those who love a night-time cycle
If you think London is beautiful, then wait until you see London at night. And with this stage, you'll see a lot of it. The final stage of the charity bike ride not only has a day of cycling and a cricket match like the previous stages, but also includes a unique Night Rider Challenge through London as the finale of the ride. It will be an iconic ending to a truly unforgettable ride.
SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff to Ageas Bowl, Southampton (80 miles) to London Finale (70 miles)
Sunday 15th – Tuesday 17th September
Guest cyclists will be able to join any of the stages and will be asked to raise funds for Laureus and Chance to Shine.