Race track riders help cancer cause
Two wheels on the Donington Park race circuit normally means the British Superbike Championships.
But at the weekend cyclists were invited to pedal their way around the famous circuit to help a good cause.
Leicester charity Hope Against Cancer held its Ride the Curves event to raise cash for its research programmes.
Cyclists of all ages were asked to tackle the two-mile circuit, with entrance fees going to the charity.
Among them was Jason Brown, of Shepshed, who said: "There was a very good turn-out – about 200 people were there. It was a lot of fun and the kids enjoyed it.
"We went round the national course. It's a lot steeper on a pushbike than it is in a car, I can tell you."
Tim Hughes, of Hope Against Cancer, said: "This event was something the whole family could enjoy and helped promote not only the charity but also a healthy and active lifestyle among people of all ages."