A group of cyclists took a tour from London to Paris in memory of their friend.

The group of ten friends cycled from capital to capital raising money for suicide prevention charity Papyrus in memory of pal their friend, Milan Radovanovic-Fuller.

Milan took his own life in July 2018 after three years battling against Crohn’s disease and clinical depression.

Mum Anastasia Fuller said the group picked the 280km route as it was one Milan completed in 2013.

She said: “Their journey began at London Tower Bridge, then south to Newhaven via the hills of East Sussex, across the Channel to Dieppe by ferry, then through the Normandy countryside, leafy villages and suburbs to the west of Paris, and finally along the River Seine arriving to their final destination at the Eiffel Tower.”

Although he was battling his own demons, Milan worked tirelessly before the end of his life.

Anastasia said he had big plans for his future, which were tragically taken from him due to his struggles with mental health.

She said: “Despite being unwell, Milan’s determination and focus allowed him to complete his master’s degree as he aspired to become a chartered surveyor.”

The cycling challenge has raised a total of more than £10,000 for Papyrus – more than double the group’s original target.

They are now planning another adventure to raise even more cash.