Matthew Fisher and Tom Kohler-Cadmore will be amongst a group of Yorkshire cricketers getting on their bikes for charity this June and supporting the prevention of male suicide.

The Cadence Climb, a 60-mike bike ride starting and finishing in Ilkley on Friday June 8, has been organised by Cadence Wealth and is supporting award-winning charity CALM.

The Campaign Against Living Miserably is dedicated to preventing male suicide, the biggest single killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK. In 2015, 75% of all UK suicides were men.

London rapper/singer-songwriter Professor Green, who lost his father to suicide, is their patron.

Fisher and Kohler-Cadmore will be amongst a group of White Rose stars helping with the fundraising on the day.

Early bird tickets for the ride are available until April 20.

Teams of four or individual places are available, with entrance fees including a commemorative cycling jersey, welcome refreshments, lunch and buffet tea.

For further details, click here

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