A case load of cakes will help keep charity cyclists pedalling during a marathon challenge.
The Peterborough 5x5 challenge will see dozens of cyclists taking to the roads to raise money for good causes in April.
To help keep the fundraisers on the road, Tesco in Bourne donated dozens of energy raising cakes to be used at feeding stations on the route.
Store manager Mark Porter handed the goodies over to cyclist Terry Murphy earlier this week.
The challenge will take place on April 12 this year, starting at Bourne Grammar School, and this year will raise money for Help For Heroes.
There are three routes available for cyclists of various abilities, with a 50 mile, a 70 mile and a 100 mile track available.
The challenge will begin at 7.45am for the 100 mile riders, with staggered starts throughout the morning. For details visit www.peterborough5x5challenge.org.