A campaign launched by Nottingham Police, received extra support this afternoon, as 25 cyclists biked 200 miles in memory of James Hodgkinson, who died after being punched in Nottingham.
The campaign, One Punch was launched in December, prompted by the death of James.
They hope to raise awareness that one punch can prove fatal.
James's father, who joined the cyclists on their ride from Suffolk, is hoping to raise awareness of fighting.
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