Hundreds of cyclists have taken part in a bike ride in memory of two brothers who died in a crash on the A595. Christian and Nicholas Townend were keen cyclists, who died when they collided with a coach near Moota in 2010.
The ride through Loweswater in west Cumbria, was organised by their two surviving brothers, Richard and Robin Townend.
You can read more about Christian and Nicholas Townend here.
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