Sky Sports News Presenters Julian Walters and Rob Wotton will be in Newcastle on July 14, after cycling to the city from Exeter.
Both Rob and Julian were inspired to take on the huge bike ride to raise money for a colleague whose daughter was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome.
Suffering from the illness means two-year-old Dylan Souter, who can no longer walk, talk or use her hands, will also lose the ability to eat, drink and even breathe.
A lab breakthrough has seen Rett Syndrome reversed and both Sky Sports News presenters are raising money to help fund research into developing treatments for sufferers.
They began their ride on July 8 and have been supported along the way by colleagues and friends.
They have been riding with Andy Stevenson from the Rett Syndrome Research Trust.
Wotton and Walters are scheduled to arrive at St James' Park for 3:30pm where they will ride around the pitch and can be cheered on by those who wish to attend.
If you would like to support them on their journey, click here.
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