It’s time to dust off the cycling helmet; the annual Rennie Grove Cycle Challenge is set to make its return for 2015 next month.

Avid cyclists can enjoy a breathtaking ride through the Chiltern Hills whilst raising money for a good cause as the annual Rennie Grove Chilterns Cycle Challenge gets underway on Sunday, March 22.

Novice and experienced cyclists alike can join the challenge, with a choice of three routes; a 10k family fun ride around Aylesbury, a 35 mile route taking in the breathtaking Chilterns scenery on the way to Kimble, Longwick and Bledlow Ridge or the ultimate challenge, a staggering 75 mile ride through the countryside, passing through Saunderton, Stokenchurch, and Hughenden Valley among others. 

The challenge will start and finish at Kingsbury Square in Aylesbury.

Cyclists taking on the epic 75 mile challenge should register and set off between 8am and 9am on the morning of the event, those doing the 35 mile challenge should register between 9am and 10am and the 10km cyclists should arrive and register between 10am and 10.50am. 

The annual challenge, in aid of Rennie Grove Hospice Care, is now in its fifth year.

Last year saw over 500 people take part, including keen cyclist and TV star Fern Britton, to raise vital funds for Rennie Grove Hospice Care, who look after the terminally ill and support their families all across Bucks and Herts.

Keen cyclists can sign up to take part by calling 01442 820740 or online at