For Wyndham Williams and co, it was a case of 'balls to it'.

But in a good way, as the Haverfordwest County officer joined 23 other cyclists over May Bank Holiday in raising an amazing £24,000 for charity.

They embarked on an epic three day trek dubbed 'Le Tour de Balls Deux' to help raise awareness of testicular cancer. The ride began in Bodmin and covered 300 miles before eventually finishing in Tetbury - and it all concluded with a fantastic end of tour party at The Globe Frampton, Cotterell.

The group consisted of those who had survived testicular cancer, their families, and supporters of It's in the Bag - a charity that supports those with the condition.

"It was one of the hardest challenges I’ve ever done and the best challenge I’ve ever done," Wyndham told Telegraph Sport.

"I burnt over 9000 calories on the first day and spent 13 hours on a bike, and climbed over 10,000 foot of elevation - and that was pretty much the same for the other days.

“We were a band of brothers for the whole of the three days though - at times it was like a stag do on a bike but with no beer and just banter."

It wasn't all fun and games mind with Wyndham having to attend to three injured colleagues on route - one rider with a puncture wound which needed stitches, one who broke two bones in his arm, and one who encountered heart issues and needed urgent medical attention.

But thankfully everyone came through it, and for his part Wyndham raised £1400 of the final total.

Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer in men aged between 15-45 years, with around 2,400 cases diagnosed in the UK each year.