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06 February 2013 | 01:15 PM
Ex-Page 3 star Peta Todd has joined four 'Band of Brothers' wounded veterans to launch Hero Ride in bid to raise £2 million.
Peta Todd, 26, fiancé of cycling star Mark Cavendish, helped launch the ride at London’s Horse Guards Parade. Clearly cycling is a big part of her life and she was very excited about getting involved.
She is joining Paralympic silver medallist Jon-Allan Butterworth and TV host Lorraine Kelly and many other enthusiastic riders in London’s Blackheath on June 2, taking in some of London's top sights in a bid to raise the money.
Peta said: "Hero Ride gives everyone the opportunity to get involved with an incredible charity and the beauty of this challenge is that you can set the boundaries, whether you can manage 10 miles or 100 miles on the ride to Blackheath, Hero Ride is for everyone.
I would just say brush off your bike and get involved, it will be a once in a lifetime experience that you can get your friends involved with and be immensely proud of yourself at the finish line.
I’ve been supporting Help for Heroes for many years – I actually rode in their first ever official fundraiser back in 2008. I have witnessed the great work that Help for Heroes do to support those who have suffered life-changing injuries and illnesses and I want to do all I can to help raise as much as possible."
Help for Heroes has raised £156 million since its launch in 2007 to support servicemen and women injured, wounded or taken ill while serving our country.
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