Anthony Hoyte, 53 from Cheltenham. A cyclist known as the Pedalling Picasso, drew a 75-mile virtual moustached face across London to raise money and awareness for men's health charity Movember. See SWNS story SWNNpedal. Anthony Hoyte, 53 from Cheltenham, who earned his nickname creating similarly wacky, enormous doodles, cycled for 8 hours 27 minutes around the capital's streets to draw the charity-themed face using exercise route-tracking app Strava. The cyclist hopes the challenge will help him raise £3925 – a pound for every man's life lost to suicide in 2020 - for Movember. The charity, which is mid-way through its month-long fundraising campaign, aims to raise funds and awareness for mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Across the UK, 3 out of 4** suicides are from men, a statistic which has remained relatively consistent since the mid-90s.