A CANCER charity is urging people to get on their bicycles or motorbikes and raise awareness and money for the fight against prostate cancer.

Tackle Prostate Cancer has launched their 2019 campaign ‘Cycle to the Moon, Save a Dad’ – a major fundraising drive for people of all ages.

The public can show their support through their cycling or motorcycle miles on the roads, in the gym, at home or on outdoor trails.

It is designed to be a fun, healthy activity raising funds on behalf of Tackle Prostate Cancer as well as encouraging the next generation to participate.

Roger Wotton, chairman of Tackle Prostate Cancer, said: "We know how devastating the diagnosis of prostate cancer can be. Raising awareness and funds through this campaign will hopefully see more men being tested earlier, and help accelerate a reduction in mortality figures. Prostate cancer doesn’t just affect the man diagnosed – it affects his whole family."

To take part go to: https://cycletothemoon.tackleprostate.org/