PEOPLE are being asked to take to two wheels - or even three and four - to raise money for Kirkwood Hospice.
Staff at the Dalton hospice are holding the annual Bike and Trike event on Sunday, October 12.
And people are being urged to take part on their bikes, or with pushchairs, wheelchairs and trikes.
The ride has a variety of routes, suiting all levels and experience, from a 26-mile trek for experienced cyclists to a family fiesta fun route for adults and children.
Entrants can start either from Ravensknowle Park at Moldgreen or Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury.
In both parks there will be fun routes for younger riders, including a wheelchair route.
All the routes have been set by Kirklees Council countryside access officer John Gleadow, who said riders could raise funds while discovering the joys of cycling and making a positive contribution to their health and fitness.
Joanne Gledhill, events co- ordinator for the hospice, said: "The rides are pleasurable and suitable for everybody. We want people of any cycling ability to have an enjoyable day.
"We hope previous riders, as well as many more new riders, will come and enjoy a couple of hours of cycling."
The event is being sponsored by Timothy Wood ironmongers, with a mountain bike as this year's prize for the most sponsorship raised and goodie bags and certificates for all those taking part.
Last year's event raised more than £5,000 for patient care at the hospice.
Anyone interested should phone Joanne Gledhill on 01484 557911.