A DORSET-based charity is seeking cyclists who want to ride on its behalf at Prudential RideLondon 100 this July.

Kennedy's Disease UK (KD-UK) has a few charity places left for the event.

Kennedy's Disease (KD) is described as an inherited motor neuron disease that affects men. There is no cure for the disease and no current treatment.

Kate Hopps from the charity said: "We are a small charity solely run by volunteers and suffers of KD which is a rare genetic inherited neuromuscular disease affecting men; females carry the gene.

"We have few charity places left for the Prudential RideLondon 100 on 29 July 2018. It's an amazing event and one not to be missed by any keen cyclists.

"There is a minimum fundraising target of £700, we will supply KD-UK cycling tops and sports bottles and support with fundraising ideas and set up."

If you are interested email hello@kd-uk.com or visit kd-uk.com The last day of registration for the ride is May 25.