More than 1,000 cyclists converged on London today for Hero Ride 2014, after completing charity rides around the world. More than £1 million has been raised for Help for Heroes.
Cycling legend Mark Cavendish took part in the charity ride.
The cyclists met at the Cenotaph where they formed a human medal to pay their respects to those killed in previous conflicts. Veterans and family members of those killed in war placed wreaths at the Cenotaph.
Soldier Adam Cocks from London says it's special to finish the ride in his home town.