A group of nine lads will be cycling from Stanmore to Paris on Saturday to raise money for charity.
The dedicated team have been training rigorously hard for months, with each rider having clocked over 700 miles of training.
The nine guys taking part all know each other from their children's schools and living in and around Harrow, they will be raising money for a number of charities including, children's charity the NSPCC, youth charity, Shishukunj, the British Lung Foundation and Crohns & Colitis UK.
The team of cyclists, known as the Bombay Bicycle Club, are planning to set off on Saturday (August 23) from Stanmore and cycle 86 miles to Newhaven on the first day, from there they will spend four days cycling to the centre of Paris.
Praful Vagiani, 38, of Wemborough Road, Stanmore is taking part, he said: "We are really looking forward to it, everyone has been training really hard. The first day will be the hardest but I think we will be okay. We hope to raise £7,000 in total."
The other men taking part are, Binesh Miyanger, 43, of Weston Drive, Stanmore, Bharat Mepani, 38, of Wetheral Drive, Stanmore, Alpesh Patel, 41 of Greenfield Avenue, Watford, Mitesh Vagadia, 33, of Tintern Avenue, Edgware, Jigness Karamshi, 35, Anmersh Grove, Stanmore, Raj Varsani, 39, of Bellamy Drive, Stanmore, Anish Mistry, 42, of Wetheral Drive, Stanmore Manoj Nardani, 39, of Shooters Avenue, Kenton and Dinesh Mepani, 41, of Kynance Gardens, Stanmore.