It was a ride dominated by all four seasons of weather but a Charity Cycle ride to every rugby club in Norfolk has smashed it's original target of £50,000 and reached £135,000 and still climbing.
The event was organised by the rugby charity Wooden Spoon and came from an idea by Mark Loveday a keen cyclist and rugby fan.
Among it's backers was England World Cup winner and Wooden Spoon Ambassador Phil Vickery
Hundreds of well-wishers turned out to cheer on cyclists taking part in the 320-mile, three-day ride and helped swell the total raised for the children’s charity of rugby.
Wooden Spoon Eastern Counties chairman Séamus Farrelly said he was delighted – but unsurprised – by the incredible success of the event
You can find out more about the ride, its causes and supporters, here