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Suffolk and Norfolk are hosting the prestigious opening stage of the Tour of Britain next month.
A group of British and American military amputees are continuing their 250 mile cycle ride challenge through Suffolk today on their way to London.
The cyclists are all serving or veteran soldiers, who've been injured in the line of duty. As Kate Prout reports.
When a police constable in Cambridge chased after a man who had assaulted a Big Issue seller - the offender jumped on a bicycle and it looked like he would make his escape.
But PC James Thorne didn't give up - he borrowed a bike from a passing cyclist and gave chase.
More than 100 cyclists have bought lights after being caught in the first two weeks of a police crackdown in Cambridge.
The East is looking forward to the economic benefits of Olympic gold medallist and winner of the Tour de France Bradley Wiggins competing in next month's Tour of Britain.
Hertfordshire's Olympic champion cyclist Laura Trott has helped to launch the cycling equivalent of the London Marathon alongside London Mayor Boris Johnson.
The double gold medal winner has helped launch an annual cycling event weekend for London which will include a 100-mile "Marathon" bike ride.
The Ride London event will be held for the first time next year.
"This will be a great way of getting people involved with cycling," said Trott, who took gold in the cycling team pursuit and omnium.
Trott has "owned up" to dating fellow double Olympic gold medal winning cyclist Jason Kenny, 24.
Mr Johnson, announcing the new cycling event in Westminster, joked that Trott and Kenny, adding their medals together, were 16th in the world Olympic medal table.