The Tap It Out Cycle Club, based in Pyle, organised a team of 42 riders to take on the 550 miles Nice to Rome challenge over six days.
They did it and raised a staggering £35,000 for Prostate Cymru.
September was a mixed month for motorists at the pumps as petrol prices stayed flat but diesel climbed by another penny to its highest point for more than four years, data from RAC Fuel Watch shows.
Petrol held steady but diesel slightly rose, however there are concerns by RAC Fuel Watch that the production price is rising and could be passed onto forecourts in the near future.
Welcoming the freeze on fuel duty outlined by Prime Minister Theresa May, the Freight Transport Association said it was a missed opportunity to boost jobs and prosperity.
FTA policy head Christopher Snelling said a 10pp litre cut in duty would have been a major driver to boost British businesses and create a million jobs inside 12 months.
SsangYong has announced the longest warranty available in the market – 7-years and 150,000 miles.
It applies across its South Korean built six model range of hatchbacks, SUVs and pickups.
Kia’s scrappage scheme continues into Q4 with a 2.9% APR on selected models, a £1,000 saving on the hybrids and the new Stinger is priced from £29,995.
Current Kia owners also qualify for a loyal programme with up to £1,000 savings.
New drivers are three times more likely to crash in their first three months behind the wheel than in the last quarter of their policy, say researchers.
InsureTheBox also showed that inexperienced 17 year old are the most likely to have an accident through speeding on country roads.
A new 1.3 litre petrol engine is available in the Nissan Qashqai.
It comes in 140 or 160ps output and is joined by the first DSG transmission in a volume Nissan model.
A Ford Mondoe estate is being added to its hybrid range from spring 2019.
It uses the same 2.0 litre petrol and CVT with generator powertrain as the hatchback version and is part of a $11 Billion investment by the company in electrification with the objective of 40 models in its ranges in four years.
The Mitsubishi ASX range has been reduced to a single Juro trim level from £19,195 with new front and rear styling changes.
It comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED lights, privacy glass, air conditioning, heated front seats and cruise control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, DAB radio and reversing camera and the only option is £525 metallic paint.
About £119million of EU funding has been secured to progress work on the South Wales Metro.
The investment will go towards improving infrastructure to accommodate the doubling of the number of trains to the heads of the valleys stations from two per hour to four and modernise stations to further improve rail users’ journeys.
Drivers still demand branded quality audio systems in vehicles, says IHS Markit.
The analysis suggests fitment will rise from 12.4M this year to 14.7m over the next five years.