A team of 14 riders took to the roads from Worksop to Ripon last month in a cycling challenge in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust
And they have so far raised more than £5,000.
The ride was organised in memory of Worksop-born man Andrew Ellis who died suddenly last summer aged just 30.
Departing from Worksop and taking in racecourses at Doncaster and York before finishing at Ripon the 94-mile course was a homage to Andrew’s love of horse racing.
The ride took place on 27th June, which would have been Andrew’s 31st birthday.
The Teenage Cancer Trust was chosen as a charity close to the heart of Andrew, who suffered from Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma for a number of years.
Against the odds he beat the illness, and then supported other sufferers through their illness.
Donations to the charity have flooded with the current total standing at £5,322.
Andrew Nunn, ride organiser, said: “It was an honour to have taken part in a ride in memory of a much-loved son, partner, brother and friend.”
It is still possible to donate to the cause at www.justgiving.com/betwecandoitforandy