A 400 mile Children in Need Rickshaw challenge ends in Borehamwood this afternoon.

TV presenter Matt Baker and a team of six young people are in the eighth and final day of a countrywide cycle, which began in Holyhead in Wales.

This year’s route has seen the team ride to Flash, the highest village in the UK, and tackle the steepest street in the world in Harlech, Wales.

Today, the riders pass through St Albans and Shenley, before the gruelling ride comes to an end at the BBC studios in Borehamwood.

Matt and the team are scheduled to ride through London Colney at 4pm, before riding along Shenleybury and into Shenley.

The rickshaws will travel through the heart of the village before taking a right at Green Street for the final leg of the journey.

They'll ride past Hertswood Academy and down Shenley Road and past Hertsmere Borough Council's offices.

The end will be in sight at the Tesco roundabout at around 4.50pm.

This year, McLaren has created an innovative solution that enables visually impaired and blind riders to take part in the challenge. A recumbent guide-trike, which fixes to the front of the rickshaw allows steering and braking to be managed by a guide rider whilst a visually impaired rider pedals from the main driving seat of the rickshaw.

Since 2011, The One Show's Rickshaw Challenge has raised more than £25 million for BBC Children in Need.

In a first for the fundraising challenge, The Hunter Foundation (THF) has pledged to give 40p for every £1 donated by the general public to the Rickshaw Challenge.

Children in Need will be broadcast from the BBC Elstree Centre tonight.