Jack Tweed and friends set to cycle from London to Brighton in honour of Big Brother star Jade Goody
Jade Goody faced death in a forthright style

Ladies' man Mark Wright and TOWIE star James "Arg" Argent are joining Jade Goody's widower on a charity bike ride in her memory.

The reality TV stars are teaming up with their pal Jack Tweed, who plans to cycle from London to Brighton in June to raise cash for Macmillan nurses, according to The Sun.

Goody died from died from cervical cancer in March 2009, seven months after being diagnosed with the disease at the age of 27.

The former Big Brother star's high-profile battle with cancer helped dramatically reverse the downward trend in women going for screening.

Her children, eight-year-old Bobby and Freddie, seven, currently live with their father, reality television regular Jeff Brazier.

Tweedy, who married Goody a month before her death, said he hopes to make the 54-mile ride an annual tribute to Jade.

He told The Sun: "All my mates, including Mark and Argy, have said they'll take part.

"Hopefully, I will get about 50-plus people involved and we'll be able to raise lots of money for the nurses."

The lads are expected to wear T-shirts with a picture of Jade's face printed on them for the bike ride.