FITNESS instructor Jamie Moseley will tackle a 1,200-mile cycle ride in memory of his father.
Jamie, 29, will ride from Barcelona in Spain to Leeds in 12 days, starting on August 26.
He will be raising money for the British Heart Foundation (BHF), in memory of his father Harry.
Harry, a well-known Huddersfield sportsman, died of a heart attack three years ago.
Jamie is tackling the challenge along with two friends, Steve Newell and Mark Whitwood, who work at Fitness First in Leeds.
Jamie, who met the pair through his job, teaches aerobics, step-aerobics and conditioning classes at gyms in Leeds, Pontefract, Wakefield and Huddersfield.
Jamie lives in Wakefield, but until last year had a home in Dalton and played crown green bowls at Waterloo Bowling Club for 10 years.
To generate sponsorship for his cycle ride, Jamie will be visiting nine crown green bowling matches in Huddersfield on Saturday.
He will cycle between the venues, collecting donations as he goes.
He said: "My dad was a keen sportsman in Huddersfield, with football, rugby and especially bowling.
"That's one reason I am visiting the bowling clubs, because everyone in Huddersfield knows him and it seems fitting."
Jamie's fellow fundraisers, Steve and Mark, are not raising money for the BHF.
Instead, their sponsorship will go to Cure Arthritis and Cancer Research UK.
To sponsor Jamie, contact him on 07834 486413.