The third annual Jo Cox Way bike ride in memory of the murdered Labour MP will pass through Buckinghamshire on at the end of this month during the fourth and fifth stages of its 282-mile journey from her West Yorkshire constituency to London.

The Jo Cox Way begins in the late MP’s Batley and Spen constituency on Wednesday, July 25, when the group of amateur cyclists sets off from Princess Mary Stadium, Cleckheaton.

On day four of the epic cycle, they will pass through Owlswick, Monks Risborough, Green Hailey, Great Hampden, Bryant’s Bottom, Great Kingshill, Holmer Green, Chalfont St Giles, Gerrards Cross and Denham before arriving at Brunel University, Uxbridge, for an overnight stop.

Jo’s sister, Kim Leadbeater, will for the first time be cycling the entire route of the five-day ride designed to highlight the resilience of communities that have been struck by acts of terror and raise awareness of groups across the country who work tirelessly to bring people together.

The ride also raises the profile of the Jo Cox Foundation, a charity set up to advance the causes championed by Jo, and the More in Common movement.

Kim said: “The bike ride is an opportunity to focus on the resilience of communities when horrific things happen such as Jo’s murder, the terror attack at London’s Borough Market and the tragedy at Grenfell Tower.

“These horrendous circumstances have a way of making people pull together to work for the common good.”

The MP died on June 16, 2016, after being shot and stabbed multiple times by a man named Thomas Mair. He was given a whole life sentence for the brutal attack, which happened as Jo was on her way to meet her constituents at a routine surgery in Birstall.