We caught up with Tony Rathbone, 81, and his friend Billy Skipper halfway through their 950 miles cycle ride.
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Over 140 people helped to cycle the distance of the Tour de France in Penrith to raise over £1500 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Carly Winder's 24-years old and from Aspatria. When she was 20, she was diagnosed with cancer. The charity helped her through. She's grateful for the cyclists' help.
Over 140 volunteers cycled around 20 miles each on spinning bikes at Penrith Leisure Centre to raise money for Cumbria's Teenage Cancer Trust.
Here's what some of the cyclists said about the 24-hour challenge:
The Teenage Cancer Trust's 24-hour spinathon in Penrith has raised over £1500.
Malcolm Logan's from the fundraising team. Our reporter Fiona Marley Paterson spoke to him half way through the challenge:
Over 140 people did their time on spinning bikes at Penrith Leisure Centre to raise money for Cumbria's Teenage Cancer Trust.
They cycled the equivalent of the Tour de France in 24 hours.
Their hard work has raised over £1500, which will be used to support more teenagers-only wards in cancer units.
Hundreds are taking part in a Spinathon for the Teenage Cancer Trust at Penrith Leisure Centre.
They'll cycle 3656km, the equivalent distance of the Tour de France on spinning bikes.
The Teenage Cancer Trust provides specialist units where young people can be treated together.
After a journey that covered 950 miles, 81 year old Tony Rathbone and his friend Billy Skipper have finished their cycle from Lands End to John O'Groats.
Tony, from Cumbria, cycled with Billy from South Shields to raise money for cancer care charities.
Tony may even be entered into the Guinness Book of Records for being the oldest cyclist to complete the journey.
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An 81 year-old man from Cumbria is doing exactly the opposite of relaxing.
Tony Rathbone is half way through a mammoth cycle ride.
He's pedalling more than 950 miles from Land's End to John O'Groats.
Our reporter Fiona Marley Paterson caught up with him as he approached his home town of Keswick.
Tony Rathbone is completing the 950 mile cycle ride from Lands End to John O'Groats.
The 81-year-old and his friend Billy from South Shields are over halfway through their huge challenge.
Tony stopped for a break in Keswick, his home town, to tell us how he's getting on:
Tony Rathbone, who is 81-years-old from Cumbria and his Geordie friend, Billy Skipper, are over half way through their 950 mile cycle from Lands End to John O'Groats.
They're raising money for cancer care charities in Cumbria and South Shields and are now travelling through the Scottish Borders.
Billy explains the challenges of Tony's traditional approach: