Over 300 riders of all ages will cycle 30 to 80 miles on Faringdon's Le Tour event on July 17.

The charity ride, sponsored by Bewley Homes and Faringdon Farcycles, has recently achieved a Queens’ Award for Voluntary Service.

Bewley Homes launched its ‘Bewley Backs Bikes’ campaign as part of its 30th anniversary to promote safe cycling, health and mindfulness.

Syoerd Vogt, founding member of the Tour de Farcycles, said: “We are very pleased Bewley Homes has agreed to become the main sponsor of our popular event.”

The Farcycles is a charity that lobbies for cycling infrastructure improvements and tries to influence policymakers on cycling investment.