A DOZEN cyclists raised at least £1,500 for charities in memory of Jo Cox by riding to London.
They arrived at the Houses of Parliament last Sunday after a 260-mile trip which started out from Liversedge last Wednesday.
Other riders joined for part of the route, including Mrs Cox’s sister Kim Leadbeater and 85-year-old Mirfield Tour de France legend Brian Robinson.
The cash will be donated to the Royal Voluntary Service, Hope Not Hate and the White Helmets, the three charities chosen by Mrs Cox’s family.
The ride was organised by Sarfraz Mian, a company chief executive from North Yorkshire.