Dozens are expected to turn out for a city cycling event to celebrate  World Bike Day.

Campaign group Bricycles is inviting people of all ages and abilities to join in the big cycle around Brighton today.

The “unforgettable” ride will be chance to take in the city’s “scenic streets” and promote a green method of travel with all the family.

"It's a very easy route, designed so that everybody can enjoy it, including novices of all ages." said a Bricycles spokesman.

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“Cycling is one of the best ways to explore our wonderful city. It's a healthy, safe and sustainable way to travel around.

“We're so happy to help some people with their first experience of riding around the city and what wonderful weather we're having to do it in.”

The free event will be marshalled by professionals to keep the cyclists safe.

Those wanting to take part should be at the Hove Peace Statue for 1.30pm today, Saturday, for a 2pm start.